Is it repeatable?
Is it repeatable?
There are laws in the US that mandate PII be kept secure, and the gov't & people notified of breaches.
That's what puzzles me about this.
Young associate lawyers being "made redundant from lack of work" (now done by OCR and AI) is happening now.
It's not replacing attorney. Instead it's enabling a law firm to do much more without needing to hire more interns and assistants).
Sure it's replacing attorneys. What do you think those assistants are, and what the interns are training to be when they graduate?
I'm concerned that my job will be lost to... Indians, automation and age discrimination. However, in no way shape or form do I "experience fear about losing their job to a robot once a week."
Since the IBT was media even before the existence of New Media, and the Old Media was quite often facile and Yellow, I'm not sure I understand what your point is.
Exactly. poised to revolutionize modern technology and take humans into deep space... someone at the International Business Times doesn't know what "poised" means.
Evidence that early conditions for life were likely more favourable on Mars than on Earth and that life began on Mars and was transferred to Earth? ("Martian meteorites found on Earth" hardly reaches that standard.)
The issue isn't whether or not life exists in Scotland, but whether or not terrestrial biogenesis could have originate in such an environment.
How it could've started on Mars is no mystery.
But with 56% less sunlight, the likelihood is much lower.
Isn't chemosynthesis much less efficient? That -- to me -- would imply that jump-starting life on Mars or Titan would be significantly more difficult than on Earth.
never mentions how that life might have started.
Terrestrial proto-life had Sol and warm seas agitated by tidal motion, but Mars gets 56% less sunlight, and Titan gets just 1% of Earth's solar energy.
Replacing Linux with a home-rolled kernel?
You weren't seriously thinking I was suggesting that, right?
Like I tell my son: I can't read your mind.
For me to read your explicit quote, "people who are working will essentially give their UBI back in taxes", and think, "Well, he didn't really mean what he wrote. He obviously meant something else!" is silly beyond belief.
Machines have less problems. I'd like to be a machine. -- Andy Warhol