Does that include the inside of your mouth?:P
In my experience: not really. They just have virusses and don't know it.
Most users still don't backup. They just don't think about it.
Cool. Image recognition is far further along than I thought. It makes the same type of mistakes as humans although in a different way.
We humans see faces in everything. Smoke, clouds and static for example. This just means that this is inherent in the attempt of recognition.
Just like we see faces in other images of static.
That is because computer vision is not yet good enough.
However, Google's rotating laser costs $70,000. Just the laser, you still have to pay for the car under it.
While large scale production would be able to lower that significantly it might be better to start with a $100 camera and a $1000 neural net computer.
The bodies of water appear to be made mostly of methane,
They are finishing things that SHOULD NOT HAVE BEEN STARTED.
Poe's law strikes again.
I thought the random delete/tag idea would give it away.
In strength it is both.
Graphene is incredibly strong for a one atom thick material. All other materials need far more layers of atoms to achieve the same strength.
However: it is a one atom thick material. That means it doesn't have much absolute strength.
And the strength of graphene is non-uniform. It is far stronger in 2 directions than in the 3rd one
That's what the remote with off button is for.
Why not both? Make a game that allows you to use cattle prods to prod files in the right folders and shoot them with a railgun to either add tags at or delete the file unrecoverable (difference based on the hash of the milisecond time. If the binary printout of that ends with a 1 it adds a tag. If it ends with a 0 it deletes)
A crate of beer for a modpoint. I'd offer a kingdom but I already paid that for a modpoint last mont.
For other reasons, none of the metals with a halflife of below a second would be advisable. Especially not for objects as large as this.
If you want to get technical both mercury and bromine would work fine, assuming your 3d printer is in a freezer.
Not that I would want an implant made of any of those metals.