P-38 is a can opener, but yeah parent poster really should define their terms.
I think the best system would be a mixed system.
1) Have a tax that pays a high percentage up to a certain amount (State colleges work this way) per credit hour or whatever.
2) Have a national scholarship program that pays for good grades. Our currently scholarship program are a patchwork system and leave out many students.
3) Strict requirements for attending college. If you can't make the grade you get kicked out. Do allow for reentry after a few years, sometimes people have to grow up and mature.
The game itself is providing an interface to rate the game. If you tell it you are going to rate the game a 4 it has you send an email. If you tell it you are going to rate the game a 5, it sends you to the play store, where you can then rate it however you like.
Don't use in-app rating. Go to google play store and rate the game however you want.
The problem here is that our laws haven't kept pace with technology. In the height of the Cold War, you didn't want our nuclear scientist teaching the world how to build atomic bombs, and yet every student who went into physics at US university was basically taught the core technologies. The list goes on. Export of knowledge is thus highly regulated. Hopefully coursera will lead the charge in changing the laws, but we can't pretend these laws don't exist.
I was referring to an accident. In the event of a major malfunction the manufacturer would probably be found liable (they can be found liable now if my breaks go out due to a known defect for instance), All of this is rather settled law.
Of course in the real world the driver is almost never personally held liable. If I let my friend drive my car and he causes a crash on accident My insurance for My car will pay for the accident. I didn't cause the crash my my car which I insured crashed so ultimately my insurance pays for it and my rates go up. Who the driver is, my friend or an AI system is irrelevant.
It seems to me that a company asking software developers what it would take in hardware might possibly not know what they want.
Its highly possible that a small CPU and program on flash ROM solution might be all they really want. Do they really NEED it burned into the hardware?
Didn't read the headline or article correctly did you? The car will come with a carport (open garage) that you park the car under. While parked the carport/garage will contain a lens as its roof which will concentrate the light onto a small spot on the roof.
Arguably its not. Fascism would be some central power (technically a commercial power, but that's not really required), who issued a mandate that flutes must be destroyed in customs in order to take power over all international flute players.
No this is some mindless desk jokey who saw the reeds and destroyed them without thinking.
If its not doable how then did NSA supposed to have done it? Its not like they came up with the key at random then invented this algorithm to fit it, the fact that there is a backdoor key is a quirk of the mathematics.
I just can't imagine a lightweight electrical drone having a delivery radius of more than 2-3 miles. A moving base station would make these drones much more more efficient.
I just had a crazy idea. Imagine a delivery truck driving down a major highway (or side road as they would probably have to be going slowly) while drones flock back and forth from the truck, picking up packages and delivering them to nearby houses. You could cover several parallel streets at once.
Or how about just install a decent intelligent voice system/menu. Every car system I've ever used has been crap-tastic. "Call Dave", you said "Call Carl, calling carl...ring.. ring. ", Crap (press cancel), "Main menu, what would you like to do". (press cancel). "Calling Carl.. ring ring."..
The document said the people who were being followed, had very few contacts with terrorism and that they were speaking to non radicals in an attempt to get them to join them.
The "fee" is the cost of maintaining the grid and power-lines.