Re: Hate to Defend Tesla
It's like the DeLorean, where they had to warn people not to buff out scratches with steel wool, because the bits of iron left behind would stain the skin.
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I think that this crap is just an overengineered ELIZA program.
That being said, if machine learning is learning, and to be clear I do NOT think that it is learning, then teaching an AI should be an acceptable use of the material.
Much like wannabee standup comics will teach themselves to by reading the joke books of current comments, and watching their performances on YouTube, the AI is teaching itself, which is the purpose of these works.
How is, "Teaching an AI is a violation of copyright," when, "Teaching a person," is not?
Again, if, as I believe, this is not intelligence in any form, and just a mixmaster of gibberish, then the issue is not IP infringement, but rather that the AI companies are defrauding people.
My first reaction was to run away from Rust.
It's not that I do not think that the various TLAs are not technically astute, they are, it's that my paranoid mind thinks that if they like it, they have a back door in the software big enough to drive Elon Musk's ego through.
Without the gross incompetence of their poorly run leadership.
I'm going through a list of countries, and the Venn diagram for the values for this variable, and those of all.the nations on earth, is a circle.
There is Rashpur, The Grand Duchy of Fenwick, and Freedonia, but they are fictitious.
As someone who lived in Massachusetts for many years, and realized that I had to leave when I screamed at a woman for **NOT** cutting me off in traffic, let me clarify about Mass drivers attitudes:
* In New York City, it's, "Get the f%$# out of my way, I'm in a hurry."
* In the Baltimore/Washington area, it's, "I'm too important to pay attention or to learn how to drive."
* In Massachusetts it's, "'I'm willing to sacrifice myself for God and Emperor so that you don't get there first."
Most users in the the criminal enterprise formerly known as Facebook™ loath the company. They use it because they see no other alternative because it is how they contact their friends, or run their business, etc.
The idea that people would lock themselves in, when the criminal enterprise formerly known as Facebook™ has shown time and time again that it would engage in major enshittification as soon as it reaches critical mass, is delusional.