I did this all while you were watching TV
But seriously, WTF do I need a separate APP to stream each goddamned channel?!!! The function is standard, the endpoint just changes.
Who's "they"? Are Tesla going into the insurance business, too?
Much as I detest Uber, this is just wrong, unless Tesla plans to adopt a lease-only model.
Disclosure: Donald Trump is the father-in-law of Jared Kushner, the publisher of Observer Media.
Other than that, I didn't get much out of the article, sorry.
You'll have to get them to have it penned by someone even slightly more credible than Dinesh D'Souza, the poor little rich Indian kid who's grown up to excel at blaming the American Left for the misdeeds of the global Rich--er, Right.
Maybe you missed how full of praise D'Souza was for the 9/11 terrorists--I *saw and heard him myself* on Politically Incorrect talking about what brave warriors they were. Maybe you've missed his suggestion that American conservatives to join forces with conservative Muslims to combat "moral degeneracy".
*Other conservatives* even take him to task for his poorly-thought-out ideas and dismiss as preposterous his attempts to tie fundamentalist Islam together with American liberalism. Not to mention his terrible book and film about Obama, which even conservatives have recognised as character assassination based on half-truths, selective omissions, outright lies, and obvious projection.
Oh, and he's been convicted of campaign finance fraud, too.
My, such an articulate response. I'm certainly convinced.
Treason has a very specific definition under the US Constitution. But you're obviously not concerned with that little detail, are you?
Not to mention all the little Trump-bots scuttling about parroting Kremlin foreign policy positions almost word-for-word...
Internet Tough Guy detected.
Change the last line to something like "User is now free" or "Free all the users", and you're golden.
If an HP printer is connected, the openSUSE installer detects it and installs hplip without even needing to be told to do so.
This has been the case (for me, at least) for at least the last 5 years.
That's all fine and good but what you are proposing will only stave off the inevitable for at most a year or two. Automation is coming, it is already here and covering more ground faster and faster. Read "Rise of the Robots" it is an enlightening read.
AI is fine and dandy, but only when it is an intelligent companion, not an existential threat.
If multi-disciplinary automation (such as current-day AI) wants to become a threat, treat it no differently. Nothing says that today's Watson can be treated the same way Mr. Patterson treated the original one.
How would you propose penalizing anyone that overlooks the long-term unemployed/discouraged? Who would you propose get penalized?
The party/parties that overlook the unemployed, including all third parties and contracting services.
What would be the mechanism for detecting and punishing these despicable beings?
The lowest bar of proof constitutionally allowable for the unemployed (that meets criminal/civil standards), such that no "safe reason" can be formed.
As for punishment? A golden ticket to work directly with the organization in question for a guaranteed minimum term measurable in decades, with provisions to survive existential events - including but not limited to acquisition, offshoring, bankruptcy, and/or reorganization. It might put the staffing industry out of business for being a favored benefit dodge, but it's not as if they've been of much use for regular people these days.
Porsche: there simply is no substitute. -- Risky Business