Whoooo, yaahhhhhooo,... wooooooo!
The Good-Enough AI and robotics is the up and coming social problem.
Within 20-25 years or less
"Send them back to Mexico! Damn illegals" that bigoted call will not be heard again, as "meh... AI" and robotics get good enough, the illegal immigrant worker from Mexico will no longer be needed. Illegal immigration will be "solved".
UPS and FedEx delivery person will disappear
Fast Food... no workers needed, and food quality and freshness will improve
on and on and
Super - AI... never happen
I have picked strawberries in the fields outside of Anaheim. Delivered packages on my bike in NYC. All those moments will be lost in time, like tears in rain.
The over-redaction with immediate posting (24 hours+-) is a great idea. Of course, location info, and other meta data is needed with the video too. Overall this is a great idea.
Most of the police body cam videos would be just boring moments watching cops eating donuts, watching porn on their laptops, or napping, but 1% of the time, you could see some "action" of interest. This method would provide the public with some added trust. If there is a controversial segment, the source video could enable audio, and be hand-redacted, where needed, and posted again.
Broad strokes with fast posts are a good idea.
Add this to your simple code, and it is immediately understood, regardless of language being used.
Well, 70% increase in VPN services does seem a bit more likely.
I've read and enjoyed comments here for a long time, but I cannot figure out how to post one.
Thanks. I was going to post nearly the exact same thing when I read the words "ride sharing" in this post's title.
This isn't about me posting an ad on Craigslist saying "I'm driving from Portland to Seattle and I have room for two more...$5 gas contrib, pls"
This is about a billion-dollar valued companies offering transportation services for profit. It should be regulated, of course, with regard to background checks, insurance, road-worthiness of the vehicle, etc. not protectionism for taxis though.
Oooo it's so fast because it's all written in assembler! Wow! Who cares? and what a waste of time.
This kind of thing should be written mostly in 'C' with max optimization turned on during compilation. Run profile. Ahh... look at the huge time trolls hiding here and there. No problem. We'll see if 'C' should be optimized there, or we'll do that part in assembly.
Calling 'C' language a nicely readable language is a bit of an oxymoron, but maintaining and building on 'C' is way easier and more maintainable than ASM. Oh yeah, there's the portability thing too to consider.
So, write your OS in 90% C and optimize the remaining 10% in ASM, and you'll have done good work. I'll give this project 10 of 10 as art.
It's the failure of the Voight-Kampff test...
Have a series of fake passwords, and sites like Facebook should "know" your fake passwords. And in a cooperative ruse, the the culprit can log in. But, surprise! It's a fake account with data and everything, but it's all "fake generated" with shared huffpo, and slashdot stories, images, whatever, and the user profile which is "based" on a real one.
If you find car keys, start the engine, and drive off, do you not assume they were the right keys?
I used to live in Seattle. We still own a aesthetically pleasing townhouse. We are happy to take in $40,000 a year in rent from Amazon workers. Thank you.
Meanwhile in Bend, Oregon, where I live now
Portland, Oregon had designers come up with some aesthetically interesting townhouse complexes (through a judged competition process). You can use it or not. Your choice. But, if you do use it, you are fast-tracked to a permit that will save you months of waiting for approval.
That's how you do it.
Age 20... damn, I'm good, I finally "get it" I am now an expert coder.
Age 22... oops! I thought I knew it all when I was 20. Now I do. My bad.
Age 28... shit! I made another mistake when I thought I knew it all at 22. But, now, I really do.
Age 35... I'm bored. I, meh, pretty much, do know it all (well, enough).
Age 40... Damn, they can't pay me enough to do this shit anymore. God, please! I don't want to still be writing code when I am 50!
Age 50... there's no way in hell, I want to work for a start-up... but, I'll start one that doesn't re-invent the wheel. It'll just be a better wheel and priced at a sweet-spot to sell enough to make "enough" and spend 20 hours+ a week on recreation.
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