I saw IBM demonstrate this with redundant hard drives about 15 years ago. They ripped out a failing drive (out of six) and the others "healed" the database without even much of a pause in availability. Then they popped in a new drive and the data was redistributed. So now a chip with built in redundancy can bypass damage, but without allowing for the bad section to be replaced. FAIL.
Do you wear an electrified skullcap?
That's what those workers deserved. I'm sure they were making more than some third world country worker would work for. They can all go out and start their own businesses.
I'll kick in another $50 if the robot takes down the U.S. flag and replaces it with a World of Warcraft flag.
Recently. So just a few weeks ago water was gushing all over Mars. When they are really ready for people ot populate Mars, they will claim to have found huge deposits of gold.
Wow, you mean really large complex systems can be hacked by smart people with a lot of time and sophisticated tools? Knock me over with a feather.
Bush did it first.
I think this is just more Short Man Complex playing out. Haven't North Koreans ever heard of elevator shoes?
The free market will take care of crime, so we don't need laws, you fucking Socialist. Stop trying to impose your Big Government welfare state on the free market.
This is a great idea. We should apply it to all politicians as well, including the President
... we will have to change that pesky Consitutional thing about the President being born in the U.S. ... but Obama wasn't really born in the U.S., so it isn't like we enforce it anyway.
Why don't you start a business in your own shithole country? You guys are so talented you should have no problem competing in the global marketplace.
You are mommy's special little boy, now shoo.
Only the free market and unlimited foreign workers can save Canada.
I personally love the fact that Google targets useful ads to me based on my email conversations. It is like having a personal concierge catering to my every whim!
In a free market, Google is allowed to use their customer's personal information in any way they see fit, and the magical hand of the free market will punish Google if they do something wrong. So if Google finds out by reading your Gmail that you are cheating on your partner, and they extort money from you, that is just free market capitalism at work -- nothing wrong with that. By the same token, Microsoft is allowed, by the free market, to characterize Google in any way they see fit. After all, these are big corporations. The free market dictates that they can do anything they like, and so can their customers. Everybody is free, the market is free, and in the end the world is perfect and everyone is rich and happy.