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Comment Re:No! Of course not! (Score 1) 204

In other words, traditional biometric data relies currently on some physical and almost constant properties sampled from a human body, while traditional passwords rely on some biological neuronal configuration within the brains that we are currently unable to extract from a person without his/her consent. Matter of time...

Submission + - SPAM: Prince of Persia and the dungeons of doubt

notthegeneral writes: A story for the ambitious but exhausted among us. How Jordan Mechner overcame self-doubt and other difficulties to write the original Prince of Persia. From the article (quoting his journal): "You’ve dug your way deep into an active gold mine and are holding off from digging the last two feet because you’re too dumb to appreciate what you’ve got and too lazy to finish what you’ve started."
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Submission + - Macron Message to US Climate Scientists (newsweek.com) 1

Thelasko writes: French President elect Emmanuel Macron has a message to US scientists and engineers working on climate change. "Please, come to France. You are welcome. It's your nation. We like innovation. We want innovative people. We want people working on climate change, energy renewables and new technologies. France is your nation."

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