* E.g. using Fastboot to flash a new firmware to an Android phone.
** E.g. using JTAG to flash a new bootloader as the device can't even go into Fastboot mode anymore.
*** E.g. my Zuk Z1.
Alex Jones is the real deal. Do not believe the fake news coming out of his own testimony.
Perception is reality.
Perhaps it's not illegal to say "I'm a doctor" as long as you don't then go on to offer a medical opinion or perform a medical procedure?
I'm a for-real doctor, but you wouldn't want me operating on you.
Technically, it is possible to get into med school with only three years of undergrad education, and a fraction of a percent of M.D. degrees are actually awarded to people under those circumstances, but realistically, you won't get into medical school to get an M.D. without first obtaining an undergraduate bachelor's degree. Similarly, you won't get into law school to get a J.D. degree without an undergrad degree.
You could certainly argue that they're equivalent to Master's degrees, but they most certainly are not undergraduate degrees.
I have a friend who would wipe or destroy my digital media for me if I died
I'm willing my collection of ASCII porn to the Smithsonian in the case of my death.
There are also a lot of things that Tennessee receives that are not "taken into account". What makes you think that this would work out in Tennessee's favor vs California? It would be one thing if you produced some numbers to back up your argument, but you are just speculating out loud.
I'd love to know how you calculate the "real" cost. LOL.
For instance the coast guard isn't protecting Tennessee
I'm usually polite on Facebook, but this comment is inane.
If CA were a separate country and had to support their own Coast Guard, there would just be another national border along the California border with the US, and you'd be patrolling that instead. It is indeed in Tennessee's best interests to help pay for the cost of patrolling national borders.
But the main reason this comment is so stupid is that Tennessee also depends on the Coast Guard, as they operate on the Mississippi River and other large bodies of water. Even if they did not, all that shipping up the Mississippi comes from somewhere, and the bulk of it isn't from elsewhere in Tennessee.
If I was to invent a new cryptocurrency tomorrow such that hashing can only be done on a CPU, and it became sufficiently popular, is there anything that could prevent someone from designing and manufacturing an ASIC to run that algorithm, thereby bringing us back to the status quo?
That has all the answers you need
OK, I'm convinced. Kill all the bankers and we're in good shape.
Sounds like he's talking about md5 collisions. But that's not the cause of AV false flags.
Here's a team of amateurs doing it in 4 minutes with only relatively minor modifications to the engine. Design it from the ground up for engine swap and have a robot do it, and I have little doubt at all you could do 2 minutes.
That's true - if the technology ever gets to the point where it is cheaper and as effective to use than having a person speak into a microphone. I'm not really concerned with how easy or hard it is to "break in" to Hollywood - it's already insanely hard. I'd suggest doing something more useful with your life, but now I sound like an asshole. Hopefully this asshole just saved someone from a barista job.
Credit is one thing (she was uncredited in Austin Powers, for instance) - do you think that Carrie Fisher received no money?
I'm not making that argument. Let's say the technology is perfect and produces a result exactly like the actor's. It still won't matter, because people want to go see a movie starring _insert_celebrity_, not some robot. To use the celebrity's name in any promotional material, you'll need to pay the celebrity (or the celebrity's estate). So this is no threat to celebrities, because they will get paid ether to do the actual voice work, or to have their name associated with the film.
Computers are useless. They can only give you answers. -- Pablo Picasso