doesn't a p 0.05 mean that 95% of your data samples (2 sigma) support the hypothesis? wouldn't 1 sigma be more of a "suggestive" level? 95% seems pretty good
0.05 is 5 percent
Redbox has supplanted the need for video rental stores in my area.
We got another bank in shopping center with 2 banks already in it.
It should also support 60 Hz video using full RGB color. Most TVs are designed for 30 Hz YCbCr, which doesn't look great on a PC.
they are also probably using a scripted set of tasks for the bot to execute, rather than being an AI. things like go to A location, activate npc for quest, go to B location, kill all rats within 10 meters, etc
Couldn't they just say the lawsuit bankrupt the company and walk away? Don't "corporate persons" shield the employees from legal trouble?
I believe this was referring to the Texas law that prevents Tesla from selling directly to consumers, and are instead forced to use dealers.
Ah, but in these cases, consent was probably given to take the pictures, but later retroactively revoked. This law makes the retroactive revocation of consent legal.
the Mac version is worse...
actually the tri-core part is just a quad core part that is only guaranteed to have 3 working cores. makes yield much higher if you can still use the chip with defects in one core
though you could say the same thing about playstation vs xbox, with the whole complicated emotion engine programming vs directx
It's the cell phone network congestion that is the issue these days, not airplane crashing. Up in the air your cellphone can see multiple towers simultaneously and cause network issues.
I think the issue is that the military drones can't LEAVE military airspace currently, so to get them out into civilian airspace (for whatever reason) requires following the FAA rules.