Parents and society have invested the most resources in a young adult.
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With master builders involved I think it is likely that Lego provided the legos for the project at no cost.
There are already laws that handle this.
If one robot harms another robot the owner of the damaged robot will sue for damages. People will want to buy robots that aren't a liability so engineers will work safety features into the system. Insurers will not want to insure dangerous robot so robots with good safety records will cost less to insure.
Amazing how this stuff works!
In SQL server, large memory table objects can be slower to join with or access than temp tables due to lack of indexing. I am sure you could find other cases where memory might perform worse than file access.
You might think that but when your blood sugar is high you retain quite a bit more fluid, so it isn't surprising to see this much immediate loss due to water retention. After switching to low carb 2 years ago I retain much less fluid and also drink less (and am hardly ever thirsty).
I've been on low carb for more than two years now and lost 40# without having to count calories. I am not going to say it would work for anyone but as I got older my blood sugar would swing wildly after eat starch or sugar- now I don't have to worry about it.
It wouldn't make much sense to have an adaptive runtime for 32bit since tablets and phones are all 64bit.
Read 'Starship Troopers' for the first time a week ago. I am not saying it would work, but it sure was thought provoking.
Some people are capable of building/configuring their own PC and others aren't- so buying an off the shelf PC might be best. Or perhaps the capable person values their time too much to bother. I don't see anything wrong with this.
Yeah well that is just 1 state. This is nationwide, so likely a billion dollar boondoggle...
I think the battery life is a deal breaker. Suppose you fall asleep with the watch on and forget to recharge it- you get on the subway the next morning and notice it is dead. Now what? It's kind of embarrassing to be walking around with a dead watch so you take it off and put it in your pocket and it falls out or you forget where it is or you sit on it and its bands are mashed up. After this happens a few times the watch will be sitting in your desk drawer.
A lot of wealthy people don't even carry a phone
Thanks for the anecdote but in my last 15+ years in IT at half a dozen companies I never used personal email for business.
Millions of US citizens have work emails and the sense not to use their private email for business unless they have no other choice. This is an issue that even non-technical people should be able to understand.
A similar system was developed for about 40 million
So the answer is ~.04 'billions'