I'm also wondering if there are any other technologies (stereoscopic cameras?) that I haven't thought about and may be interesting to look at.
“that Enchantress who has thrown her magical spell around the most abstract of Sciences and has grasped it with a force that few masculine intellects (in our own country at least) could have exerted over it”
Ada's remarkable merging of intellect and intuition — her capacity to analyze and capture the conceptual and functional foundations of the Babbage machine — is summarized with a historical context which reveals the precocious modernity of her scientific mind:
By 1841 Lovelace was developing a concept of “Poetical Science”, in which scientific logic would be driven by imagination, “the Discovering faculty, pre-eminently. It is that which penetrates into the unseen worlds around us, the worlds of Science.” She saw mathematics metaphysically, as “the language of the unseen relations between things”; but added that to apply it, “we must be able to fully appreciate, to feel, to seize, the unseen, the unconscious”. She also saw that Babbage's mathematics needed more imaginative presentation.
You've identified a hole in the market.
The optimisations are the program, there is no unoptimised state to work from. Have you ever worked with soft real-time code?
Do you understand what a probability is?
The rules being followed to the dot is the *only possible way law can work*. WTF, did you even think about the consequences of the opposite situation?
It's not the NSA, it's really
the single best thing ever posted on slashdot.
..from the company controlling your comms! Jesus Christ these were crappy thieves!
"Anyone attempting to generate random numbers by deterministic means is, of course, living in a state of sin." -- John Von Neumann