We are actually quite good at it, as we do in everything, we apply a deep level of analysis to how we are doing it.. 5 quick 5 slow
;) make sure you use a prime number!
Is for no one to have any secrets..
Maybe for local trips, but if you are commuting daily and on the road for 1-2 hours a day, wouldn't you rather do something else? I would be happy to catch up on my sleep or do other tasks and let the vehicle drive itself. I hate the waste of time in commuting and would see this as an opportunity to regain it.
So if the autonomous car is surrounded by vehicles going 65, will the algorithm maintain a safe speed in relation to the other vehicles or insist on obeying the law? I would think it would be case #1, otherwise, you increase the chances of a collision law or no law..
It take all the work out of the computations..
The purpose of knowing driving skills is to match the technology we are using (so we don't die or kill something else). As the technology changes, so will the skills we need. Is it a loss? Or is it freedom to do other things. Personally I think if if you think it's a loss, you are simply embracing a "can do " self sufficient mentality for ego's sake.
I want to coat my chopsticks in this OLED stuff so I can watch "The Fly" at a sushi joint!
I ain't got no time for dat! Seriously.. it's about the backbone technology. Your average person isn't gong to be a subject matter expert on computer security. It has to be embedded in a transparent fashion to make it work and it has to be a transparent technology (as in open source) so the government doesn't use it for their own ends.
I converted the distance to ObamaCare units and you know can either pay 64 million a year or be penalized at a cost of 4 light sabers. Long live the Empire!
Does the stats on electricity cost really apply? If those PC's are not infected, wouldn't they be using the electricity anyways? They are not on for the bot. The bot just infected them for it's own purposes.
Actually Castle Wolfenstein came out on the Apple+ back in the 80's.. but I suspect you mean the revamped PC version..
Right and if you should go one mile above your local speed limit, he can nail you and feel satisfied about it because you are a law breaker. Bull.. most cops have leeway.. 800 tickets means he is practicing a little hard. It sounds like a dumb law too. I have my phone mounted on my dash and being a galaxy note 2 , it's an excellent nav device. They should be focusing on those who have their heads in their laps while driving..
I wouldn't be surprised if the managers at Apple are all so busy watching each other and playing court politics that innovation is dead. Jobs was very vocal and out there about what was good and bad for his company and what he liked and didnt like. I hear the new guy has nothing to say unless hes pissed. Good luck Apple..
Something like this shouldn't have passed QA.. did we outsource or what?
From TFA.. "Apple, Yahoo, AOL, Verizon, AT&T, Opera Software's Fastmail.fm, Time Warner Cable, and Comcast declined to respond to queries about whether they would divulge encryption keys to government agencies." Now you know who is coughing up to the NSA..