...and no more "Hey Google - call an ambulance as this guy's having a heart attack" either.
We're really at version 0.9 of this sort of tech. First they need to distinguish between a few known voices per device. Then they need to distinguish *every* voice, and not sorry which device those voices were heard on. Then they need to be able to act intelligently for any unknown voices - of course, one man's 'intelligent response' is another's 'complete bollocks'. After all that, they need to actually be able to do something useful - really useful like "Hey Google, hold my calls unless they're important" - a human can do that quite easily, but it'll be a while before computers can. When they can though, we might be at v1.0. It's okay, I can wait
Based on the product road map you've laid out, they would currently be closer to 0.1 than 0.9. Voice recognition has been around a long time. Cloud computing has just helped make it "smarter" by allowing multiple recognition engines to be run in parallel, with the most confident engine's interpretation being selected.
I think the ones with memories of being close to starvation don't really mind Trump's ideas. When your life sucks that much a risk of nuclear war is going to be far less scary if it offers the chance of a better future than for us. It's us and our comfortable lives for which Trump's ideas are truly scary.
Ah, that's an interesting take. I should have been more elaborated more in where my thinking was - that no amount of creativity or ideas have set free those oppressed by political regime there. Although, one could argue that this is in part due to all the propaganda, and that there is an active suppression of those ideas coming to light.
Other than a method to allow a hacker unauthorized access to your home, why on god's green earth would you need a wifi powered garage door opener *for your phone*, when the tried and true RF based ones have been around for decades?
i'm 34; am i too old to understand why people would want clownshit crazy things like this?
Geolocation from your phone can automatically open and close the garage. No security risk of having a garage opener in your car (I HAVE had my opener stolen and my registration taken out of the glove box, and easy way to ransack a house while someone is at work).
More VPN providers than you can throw a bucket of sticks at: https://thatoneprivacysite.net...
TorrentFreak 2017 survey: https://torrentfreak.com/vpn-s...
I've moved from PrivateVPN (seem incompetent) to CyberGhost premium (slow, dodgy untrustworthy they essentially log), NordVPN next.
Valve/Steam f**ks over VPN users, downloads go at 40KB/s whilst using VPN, they seem to think it's up to them whether I use a VPN, like fuck you valve, that isn't your choice to make.
Over my 50mb/s connections I've seen 9-30 mb/s with steam using expressvpn
panic: kernel trap (ignored)