They're two different things to solve the same problem.
Java is perfect for building tools for it - hence GWT uses a subset of Java (reflection is one missing part). Dart is designed to be cross compiled and be easy to write tools for.
That's what I said when I said "$250b to go to the 10M Americans". 10 million, the number affected, not all 320+ million of them.
The 10 million people who set to gain from the money transfer certainly care. So do their lawyers. The IRS still needs to abide by the law, regardless of where its funding comes from. If the IRS was a private company that collected tax on behalf the of government, would it be any different?
$25k * 10M = $250b. That leaves ~$250b to go to the 10M Americans. Assuming $125M is taken off the top, that leaves $24,987.50 per American, or a $12.50 loss.
You seem to have got lost in the scale of this law suit. Even if the lawyer creamed a billion dollars, that's still only $100 per claiment - 0.4%
The data is usless unless it is in a form that is human readable at at least some point in the future. Therefore its possible to get the data in plain text.
If you expected your data to be encrypted and the key thrown away, I'm sorry but nobody does that.
How is it going to check the picture on your license with your face? I doubt its going to have CSI style facial recognition.
I believe a lot of work as gone in to fake boobs over the years. Some women even replace their own ones with fake ones.
What if you assemble the robot out of 18/21 year old surplus equiptment?
Of course any effects would be accidental.
You don't need to live long in a host to do damage. Excreting compounds inside something that has never been in contact with them before may cause undesired outcomes, like death.
Organisms at the level of bacteria don't attack. They simply feed and reproduce.
measuring one solver on one instance, running
on one core at a time.
Sounds like they compared their quantum computer with a single core of a Xeon E5-2609/2.4GHz, not all 4 in the test system.
It costs $10M. It should be compared to a cluster of 100's of GPU's.
Will spending $10M on traditional computers be a better investment though. Can one of these computers perform better than a small datacentre?
.... if only his company’s technology were more widely adopted
If only he'd freely license the patents...
Would you consider curing* cancer a superpower?