Is this it?
Is this it?
"Scientific links" section contain a link to the film about similar experiments on the dogs in Soviet Union.
What's the story title?
"Ukraine admits it shot down Russian airliner"
Now your turn, eager to hear your "rumors in certain circles".
I have a vague recollection they are now sharing some USA citizens' account information with USA.
That's because the numbers from Compete do not correspond to reality. Compete.com is tracking some preselected panel of people, which in no way could represent the entire site usage. And then they stretch and inflate that data, and call it the "site profile".
For the reference, here's another such Google+ profile, from Alexa, which shows no "dramatic growth" whatsoever:
While demos from that era looked nice, they had the problem of not having to worry about AI, an interface, asynchronous audio and video...
I present to you..
A 3D FPS in 96KB.
The MIT report cited in the "article" is from 1972. Enough said.
And in his Robots and Empire, the Earth is special because of the relative abundance of the radioactive elements like uranium in the Earth crust.
I absolutely agree. It feels like an elaborate thought experiment carried out for the sake of experiment, and artificially handicapped by many limitations to the boot. I'm surprised a more sane thing wasn't proposed at the time.
In the future, you're going to get computers as prizes in breakfast cereals. You'll throw them out because your house will be littered with them.