That's 45 years, not 35.
That's 45 years, not 35.
Robots would have to be able to 'independently reproduce' for this. Otherwise, you'd still need the occasional spare part / replacement. And this independency would have to go back all the way to the ore mining.
Are they allowed to take risks like that?
Because you should have used a < instead of a >. Jesus.
It would be *very* easy to have smartphones with adequate security from all sorts of perspectives. Secure key storage, secure storage, secure communications, secure boot, secure containers, secure remote management, secure (multiple factor) authentication, secure arbitration of what hardware can access what memory etc. The thing is: if your target audience is largely 15 year old girls, then you probably have commercial priorities elsewhere.
Continents, races, oceans, senses; all 19th century, easy-to-memorize lists for primary schoolchildren but completely unscientific.
'conservative parts of America tolerate Silicon Valley "because people there just don't have that much sex'
What? Why would anyone care about how much sex is going in Silicon Valley, and why would 'conservative parts of America' have anything to say about that, and why would Silicon Valley be in any way special in this regard? The mind just boggles trying to conjure up the reasoning that must be behind an expression like that.
Everybody keeps saying that, somehow, a computer being able to play poker is the next step up from Go. I think this 'easy' victory shows that it's not that, but that poker is really just quite a stupid game. Which _people_ try to play by 'reading faces', but that you _should_ play - as any gamble - by statistics.
Is it also pwned by every major government on the planet?
You use baking soda + oil (or human fat, in case of Fight Club) to make soap.
The point is, that it's the Diffie-Hellman which is going to be broken by quantum computing, presumably. So you might want to be careful with that 'impossible' - this is exactly what the article is about.
They swallow them, but they don't break them down, which means that when the cell dies (which it will), the material goes on a second journey and so on.
He lives in Amsterdam. He doesn't have to have income - he gets social security!
It only leaves the public key on the phone, and the private key on your computer (which presumably is in a safe environment), and encrypts the files one-way. You can't even review them on the phone itself. Needless to say, nobody understood what the app was for... so I pulled it.
Anyone can do any amount of work provided it isn't the work he is supposed to be doing at the moment. -- Robert Benchley