See, here's the issue.
NHS and other non-US markets negotiate prices with drug companies, often forcing them to sell those medications at a loss or lose access entirely to that market. In order to make that loss back, they have to shift the cost of the drug to markets who do not force pricing - especially the USA. That's one big reason why the US has jacked up prices - we are effectively subsidizing medical treatments for the rest of the world.
When you implement price controls and force a producer to sell something at a loss, they have to jack up the price elsewhere, or else go out of business. TANSTAAFL.
Farm equipment such as combines and tractors are already self guided via GPS, so yes - you can have an off-road vehicle with an autopilot.
I imagine for recreational uses, traditional cars, motorcycles, RVs and the like will all be around for a while with manual drive.
Holy crap though - an autopilot on an RV would be awesome. You can get up and grab a sandwich, take a leak, screw your wife, whatever - all while driving down the interstate.
"need" is defined in the law and has been redefined as part of the 'doc fix' that was passed a couple years ago. We can split hairs on 'need' but in the end, we do have public healthcare for children.
> Children in US dont have healthcare because the govt is busy spending billions on hight tech toys like Patriots.
Oh cut the crap. Children who need it have had free healthcare since 1997.
That's because he's agreeing with you.
> "You can't take an 18-month training program and produce a machine-learning scientist."
That's fine - if you're looking for machine-learning scientists.
Unfortunately, the majority of the recipients of these H1B's are low paid scab labor, imported to cut labor costs.
Raising the cost of H1B's should take care of that loophole while still allowing GoDaddy to import their "machine-learning scientists".
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