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Comment: Re:news, why? (Score 3, Insightful) 52

My first reaction was, "cool." It's 2 A.I.'s from Seth's crew, and 45 from other folks. It's a shame we'll not see the process of the outcome. This is only one application of A.I., not the A.I. in total. It one can see the various moves of the game happen; I'm going to go microwave some pop corn, and kick back to watch.

Comment: Re: H-1B Visas Proving Awful For Americans (Score 1) 176

by LifesABeach (#49122387) Attached to: H-1B Visas Proving Lucrative For Engineers, Dev Leads
Actually, this A/C is more than correct. Point in fact, Edison International in southern California is firing its 400 plus software staff and having them train their H1B replacements. That's after the fact that this same utility is responsible for the shut down of a nuclear power plant. That was caused by out sourcing replacement parts engineering and manufacturing. Add the fact that the walking dead that voted in this congress think they'll get a piece of the action if they join the billionaires litany. It just doesn't end.

Committees have become so important nowadays that subcommittees have to be appointed to do the work.