So, the smart move is to go long on GPU/FPGA manufacturers. A manufacturer would be wise to name their new, high performance chip set Tulip*.
*This appears to have been done already, albeit for Ethernet hardware.
But given the amount of money at stake, my neural network is faster/better then yours. So mine can always out-guess what yours will do and I can get to the market ahead of you.
High Frequency Trading.
machine learning is more about forecasting than about understanding the effects of policy
And forecasting depends on some underlying behavioral model. Problem is, people keep changing the model. They try to anticipate or short markets to gain an advantage and very rapidly, this new response to market conditions replaces the previous behavior, invalidating previous relationships.
Right. Old trick
I want all of my messages to have a happy ending.
OK. How are Google cars at handling roundabouts?
In the short-term, the human driver can take over in these situations.
But the human 'driver', freed of the need to keep tabs on traffic is probably doing something else.
Yesterday, I was coming home through the daily traffic jam. Heading eastbound, I saw a van stopped in the westbound lane, backing up traffic. I figured it had broken down or something until I passed it. The driver had his nose in his phone, busily texting away (or playing Angry Birds). He probably figured that he'd get something else done while the line wasn't moving and failed to notice that it had started again.
it's plain simple theft.
And murder committed in the comission of another crime is treated as aggravated murder. Even if you didn't pull the trigger but only drove the getaway car, if the bank guard got killed, you can be found guilty.
The theft is the aggravating offense. Bridges caused someone to attempt murder. So he should be charged with aggravated attempted murder.
The wallets can be anonymous. But it's a simple matter to trace Bitcoin through a series of wallets. Once the real owner of one of these is identified, one can trace certain transactions back the other way.
For Bitcoin to be of any use, eventually it will be spent on actual goods. And these can be traced. Very few people have the discipline to maintain multiple completely separate lives.
Do one thing and do it well.
Yes, GRUB is an improvement over LILO. But it still just does the one thing: Loads and boots a selected O/S. It doen't break other systems or apps. In that sense, it's adoption is nothing like systemd.
Wayland is with one wheel fallen off.
Invest in the Chinese stock market. Wealth is no longer an issue.
I recently came across this. Which sums up Erlang pretty well IMO.
owes a lot to Windows 95
Which owes a lot to Windows 3. Which owes a lot to the Mac SE and its kin. Which owes a lot to Xerox PARC. Which owes a lot to Doug Engelbart and SRI.
By the time Microsoft got to a UI, it was like the shopping cart that got passed around the hobo camp.
We don't really understand it, so we'll give it to the programmers.