Well, someone will have to write the detailed specification, and list of instructions for the system to use to know what the humans want it to code. We could call that person a 'Programmerator' and the system a 'Compileatron'.
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Does 'Unclassified' is this context mean not yet given a class, or is it the same as 'declassified'?
Does she use G-mail?
When my brother in law got a private e-mail from a realtor with an attachment that suggested we get our basement lined with plastic; suddenly the ads on Slashdot were for local basement lining service companies, even before my brother-in law read the e-mail.
Google not only read the e-mail attachment before it entered our home network, it automatically matched his e-mail account to our houses IP address (we don't share computers, so not cookie based), and started serving advertisements to other people based upon that potentially private information.
If you have medical conditions, and you talk about them in 'private' g-mails... (or just google search them...) it's not longer private.
"Congress passed the VPPA after Robert Bork's video rental history was published during his Supreme Court nomination."
Real Life isn't Spherical Cows. They need a better model.
There is a building near Microsoft labeled "Affiliated Associations of America" which sounds shady as fuck.
I have a T-Mobile phone with Wi-Fi calling; it keeps turning the feature on by itself; and it sucks with dropped calls continually.
Well, someone will have to write the detailed specification, and list of instructions for the 'deep learning system' to use to know what the humans want it to code. We could call that person a 'Programmerator' and the system a 'Compileatron'.
Well, wanting to murder people is a sign of mental illness; and mentally ill people aren't usually that good at executing complex plans.
Found the lizard person.
“It was a scene right out of a Hollywood movie,” the Court’s ruling began. “Teams from the OCSO [Orange County Sheriff’s Office] descended... with some team members dressed in ballistic vests and masks, and with guns drawn, the deputies rushed into their target destinations, handcuffed the stunned occupants—and demanded to see their barbers’ licenses. The Orange County Sheriff’s Office was providing muscle for the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation’s [DBPR] administrative inspection of barbershops to discover licensing violations.”
as an example: http://wap.alternet.org/civil-...
The kids with allergies used to die off early.
I've also read research that if you regularly feed you baby food with small amounts of peanut in it, they are far less likely to develop peanut allergies, presumable because the immune system is used to the proteins.
I had semi-boycotted Sony since the CD Rootkit and PS3 other-OS fiascos; I had 'grandfathered' in EQ, because I had already invested too much time and money into one MMO, and wasn't going to switch.
Not sure how I feel about Russian oil/mineral conglomerates.
I've read that Sony makes most of it's income from Insurance in Japan...
Did the payouts from the 2011 Earthquake/Tsunami/Meltdown have much of an impact?