To match against their 12 million images of suspects and offenders? So they've filtered out all the innocent people then? http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/tech...
It's North Korea making all the fake posts.
...or British tourists in Greece who get "calamari" and "kalimera" confused.
Hey, I ordered marijuana fermions!
Thanks for the clarification. I've wanted to get my head around the subject for many years and never found an accessible way for a lay person like myseff, and this discussion has rectified that concisely and appropriately.
Isn't this just a debate of the meaning of words when considering the actions of an extremely small sample? It could be argued motivation leads to curiosity - maybe someone needs to get a job (motivation) and they wonder whether (curiosity) thet would be able to learn some skills that would enable them to get one. I would suggest it's subbstantively about volition in learning. A motivated learner will be successful if given sufficient resources, time, environment etc. whereas an unmotivated person will not learn, not even after prodding them with a Big Pointy Stick. If they do change behaviour, and in the manner you desired, you've simply provided motivation - to avoid the nasty stabbing pain in the forehead in this case.
Thanks for the link.
More selfies. *sigh*
Or use a scrolling LED message display sign in the back window.
"The submitter notes that this V2V communication would include transmission of a vehicle's location, which comes with privacy concerns" Hardly a secret is it? It's the chuffing big bit of metal about to slam into your vehicle. Look out the windows and there it is.
Don't forget the handshake.
"only 40% of its versions can be stopped by antivirus software" Take a general case. What proportion of crime is stopped by the police?