Israel would be killing two birds with one stone then
Causing their idiotic enemies to commit to ruinous deals while choosing the better deal for themselves. Very shrewd of them, little wonder Israel seems to be doing so well.
296 posts • joined 8 Aug 2017
as someone said.
And quantum computing... oh my God!!! Those people trying to make it work would do far better working on the fundamentals first, huge disappointment lies ahead. Quantum is not what they think, there is no way it will ever work the way they want, quantum has a charm of its own.
This post has been deleted by a moderator
"..once you hit the tipping point the reaction pretty much becomes self-sustaining."
Until it does not, once the mass is consumed the reaction is no more.
It happened to myspace, it will happen to farcebook, people's preferences change. zuckerborg got his hands on something quite precious and he's wasting it all, the fool!
Back then they couldn't afford it either but they didn't know, they believed they could but they obviously could not. 20 years ago at microsoft everyone saw themselves as Masters of the Universe and Beyond...
But they have grown humbler and much, much wiser, now at microsoft they seem to know how things work, they have learned their true place in the grand scheme of things. Watching microsoft grow to become the humbler and wiser corporation they are today has been quite pleasent. The change has been quite painful as it goes strongly against microsoft's DNA but they know they have no better option and they are really smart so they embraced it.
Anyone who believes they can behave the way microsoft behaved 20 years ago are in for a rough awakening, I don't believe there's anyone like that anymore.
Anyone can do that, just let the bomb sit there and moments later it will be in the future. So, no problem there, anyone can send a bomb into the future.
Now, sending a bomb into the past, that would be an amazing feat, one that could have disastrous consequences.
It makes things so much simpler, more magical I'd say. When the notch breaks or malfunctions you just remove it and replace it with new one, no need to buy a new phone. More, you can customize the notch to your heart's content, just imagine the possibilities: colors, patterns, material choices; the aesthetic possibilities are endless.
People pay through the nose for the privilege of owning a notched phone, but this... this is above all else, this takes the game to a whole new level. Congratulations Huawei.
Pure genius. Take that, apple!
They started it. I keep trying to kill the deep contempt I feel towards micro$oft but they work so hard to keep it alive that I've lost all hope now. I'd rather not feel the deep contempt I feel towards micro$oft but they are so committed to keep it going that I now fear all hope is lost.
Someone spends heavily on apple's shit but then flies cattle class in the cheapest crappiest airline that Orbitz, Kayak, Google, or siri can find them.
High expendable income my ass, they are mere pitiful wannabes. Laughable wannabes.
Carrying a stupid phone everyone you go and being proud of it does not make you rich, it only makes you stupid. So, Dave 126, take the financial advice, you really need it.
I'm sure you know the kind, you must have met them before, they are everywhere.
Here's your laptop, now it works then it doesn't. What happened? you applied to it the greatest and latest shit from micro$oft.
Very intriguing indeed.
Nah, not all, sobering but not intriguing.
(this is a reply to a comment above from user Sandtitz)
Very hard indeed, hard and costly. Just think how much the status quo stands to lose if they allow the masses to be provided with an opportunity to learn to think effectively.
Allow the masses to think effectively???
Dangerous, very dangerous! Cannot happen, it could be terrible, it absolutely could!
Better stick with the safe option, just keep sending easy money to Nanny micro$oft and keep people stupid. That's the safe way!
only an amateur would talk like that. If someday, someone, gets you in a situation where you have to face the pros and lie to them then you're doomed, pal. By the way you talk it's pretty obvious that your performance in the field would in no way match your unrealistic expectations.
There's no shame in being like that, instead of feeling shame you should be proud of it.
There's a civil war going on in the US of A, that war is everywhere, it's in their schools, in their streets, EVERYWHERE!
As the orange one would say: It's terrible, absolutely terrible, it's a disgrace!
Not even the police there is shy enough to not give it a shot.
Had mark been lucky enough to have been gifted with a modicum of wisdom then he would gladly accept the invitation he has been kindly offered. Wholeheartedly. But alas, mark was not that lucky!
If the godfather politely invites you to something then I strongly advise you to accept his invitation and I do it in the most vehement terms. Your own good is at stake.
That people have the power to inflict quite a bit of harm on mark's business.
Some people, when they depart, they leave no one crying their departure, at most they leave us with one simple thought: "we'll never know how much better we would all be hadn't fate decided to test us and put such person in our path."
More ponytails, more Kumbaya people, that's what is needed, no decent society needs a professional serial litigator or a fully committed extortionist.
Being on the road requires a minimum set of abilities, and for good reason.
Besides, the victim is a woman, it is highly unlikely that the situation you describe has any resemblance to reality in this particular case.
In this case I'd bet that the uber was cutting corners, not the cyclist.
I'm pretty sure that cyclists were included but the dataset for AI training must have been rather small. I am also pretty sure there must be several other scenarios for witch the dataset for AI training is rather small.
The investment required to train the AI software properly is huge and investors are such an inpatient bunch...
Posted in response to: "...or perhaps cyclist have not been included in the collision avoidance software"
Biting the hand that feeds IT © 1998–2020