I wish we had something like that here as well. We have come as far as having children sell products to other children in TikTok.
We seem to only use children as a pretext to enforce laws unrelated to issues with internet use and children.
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In some ways we already have certain effects resulting from the “recommendations” and “feeds” limiting the reach of what people say. Of course one would argue that “interest” based valuation is not really censorship, but how are we able to say that if the “algorithms” are not documented? YouTube would be a prime example where things like automatic shadow banning are a thing too.
We have something comparable, we just don’t call or recognise it as censorship.
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As to independent measurements from the overclocking scene (known for going excessive lengths to achieve their goals for world records etc.) a single Zen 2 core in its default configuration for Windows operation can go as low as 200 MHz, 0.2 V core voltage and a resulting power draw of about 120 milliwatts per CPU (not entire package, just a single CPU). Since Threadripper Pro has 64 of these, a simple linear extrapolation results in an idle power consumption of about 8 W, which is right in line (about double as much as) what my Threadripper 3970x 32-core setup at home consumes when doing nothing and not moving the mouse cursor in booted-up state.
Cool'n'Quiet it is.
It doesn’t bring any urgently needed speed bump and Apple supports everything TB4 supports with TB3 chips already.
Originally, TB4 was a fake Intel released with Tiger Lake at CES2020 because they were caught with their pants down shortly after AMD released their wildly successful Renoir notebook processors and didn’t have anything new to show.
Ignore it and wait for TB5.
I would like to add that it is about engineering it in such a way so that there is consent.
In a dictatorship you would get fucked without being asked, but in a democracy the general population is influenced in such a way that they give consent to being fucked with. Edward Bernais has perfectly explained this with his invention of the term “Public Relations” and the generation of Consent to support wars and other decisions which would otherwise be against our own interest.
Looks like the Hong Kong government need some studying on how to design democratic crooked systems so that they can evade protests and generate consent.
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