My mouse doesn't feel right on Linux, I would switch if it weren't for that.
Maybe your mouse is just shy. Have you tried introducing it slowly?
Shoot it, blow a fire extinguisher at it, pee on it, use compressed air, drop it on the floor, EMP it... whatever.
I can assure you that peeing on a computer will not necessarily kill it.
But it might kill you.
A new AI tool created by Google and Oxford University researchers could significantly improve the success of lip-reading and understanding for governments.
> NP-complete problems. "Everyone runs with fear from these problems because they're the perfect example of one of the biggest bogeymen in Silicon Valley: algorithms that won't scale."
> Customer: Why is this problem not scaling?
> Programmer: It is NP-hard we are basically just brute forcing it.
> Customer: If you can't solve this "NP-hard" problem, then I'll just find someone who will.
> Programmer: Sure, let me know when that happens.
Programmer: Well, shit.
Digital could augment the analog, though. Fireworks create a lot of smoke; that's a great medium for lighting up lasers.
This is what happens when a government attempts to censor the internet. First, they start with a few "objectionable" sites. Then they expand the list. Then they clamp down on the workarounds that people use to accessed banned content. At some point, they'll have to either relent or go Full DPRK and cut off the external internet entirely.
Never go Full DPRK.
I live in the Texas. This thing sounds like a solar oven to me. No, thanks.
If you refuse to believe well documented and verified facts, especially when refusing to do so has dangerous consequences, then yes, we will call you a bad person. Anthropogenic global warming is a documented, verified fact, and it is accelerating. Those who stand in the way of fixing that are bad people and should be called out on it. Don't like it? Tough. Get used to it, because like global warming, it's only going to get worse.
Statistics are no substitute for judgement. -- Henry Clay