The internet is no place for advertising.
I take it then that you are a subscriber to Slashdot --- and to every other site that you visit on a regular basis.
Sort of. Slashdot allows users to optionally disable advertising if their non-monetary contributions are awesome enough-- which mine are I guess. I assume that there are no ads to block, but I wouldn't know because the ads are blocked anyways. A belt-and-suspenders solution.
Quanta's quality problems are even more dire when you see that they manufacture about one third of the world's laptop system boards.
When we write programs that "learn", it turns out we do and they don't.