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Comment: Re:When CPU meets RAM. (Score 1) 32

by rpresser (#45507113) Attached to: The Double Life of Memory Exposed With Automata Processor

Somewhat similar. Also resembling WISARD, which used RAM like a neural network.

The essential point to think about is that a 1GB RAM can act as a cellular automaton with a billion cells. There's no algorithmic complexity to defeat because there's no algorithm. Of course the harder the problem gets, the more cells you need....

Comment: Re:not a fan (Score 1) 514

by rpresser (#43766537) Attached to: Review: <em>Star Trek: Into Darkness</em>

Hey Pegg, you've got a bit of something brown there on your nose.

I would pay TRIPLE ADMISSION if JJ replaced all the headache-causing lens flare with just 5 minutes of thought-causing idea.

I'm not knocking lens flare because I'm smug. I'm knocking it because it fucking hurts my goddamn eyes and leaves me with a half hour headache after the movie ends. No way am I seeing this in 3D.

While I'm griping ... has JJ Abrams ever done ANYTHING without dragging fucking time travel into it eventually?

"A great many people think they are thinking when they are merely rearranging their prejudices." -- William James