It just means any whistleblower or hackers themselves can report the findings into public. Companies are pretty much forced to hand in any reports of breaches; they can't keep quiet about it because otherwise the penalties will be even more severe after the day's over.
This is a good move. It'll finally keep people/companies on their toes instead of try to hide their flaws.
They won't face any response at all. It just gets filtered out, like their firewall.
And hell, that's just lemons.
I can't imagine having machines that are yet delicate enough to do this quickly, that are also small enough to fit in a bar, as well as being so versatile. Most likely, for a while yet, only humans can do the task considering how delicate the work is.
I'd say the robot would be good enough to do pre-mix drinks, for people who don't particularly care for the drink. Sort of like a vending machine. For actual bartending work involving complex cocktail production, where the bartender needs to have extremely high perception, flexibility, stability, control in mixing the drinks in just the perfect timing, temperature, amount, AND on top of that being social and friendly with ability to reply to the drinkers who sit at the bar? Nah, I think bartenders will still hold a job for a long while yet.
At least, until we get robots that pass turing test. Then we're all fucked.
There's nothing you have to do during work hours, except keeping your workspace ergonomically sound. Standard desk, posture, good chair.
Then after work or before work, you spend an hour at the gym doing proper strength training and some cardio. I won't repeat other sites as there are many, but mainly dead lifts, squats, bench press, run-as-fast-as-you-can-a-mile. Just remember to keep improving yourself, log what you're doing, and always do a little more than before.
And that's it. If you get used to it it won't even be an hour, and you do it on alternate days too so it's not like it's every single day. That should not just make you fit, but probably one of strongest people around.
After working fulltime for several years i have sold my terrible excuse of a car, bought a nice apartment and reduced my (sysadmin) working hours to 22 per week. This leaves me plenty of time to visit the gym regularily, ride the bike on sunny days, attend karate lessons once every week or just plain sit on my ass and do nothing. Which is really all i've ever dreamt of. But here is the catch: It becomes boring rather quickly.
Now, what would YOU do or change to allow for a happy, fulfilling and even meaningful life?"