Yep. I've been using the same black and white laser printer for 11 years now. On top of that, it's still using
Of course, as others have said, people don't print nearly as much these days, which explains the long life. But I've always preferred lasers to inkjets. No nozzle cleaning, no warmup.
FWIW, it's a cheapo HP.
This is for training. Once the training is done, the model can be used in a cell phone.
Case in point, voice recognition.
Correct me if I'm wrong, but isn't voice recognition performed by the cloud? The phone simply records and transmits your voice to the cloud for processing.
It seems to me to be a rather empty existence if you define your worth by nothing but what you make [...] if your definition of self is only in what you make, then what does that really say? What is the point?
You get a measure of immortality. (If you're good enough at whatever it is you do, and enough people know about it or buy it.)
If that is the case, put WIFI on it, and let Rats have a communal memory bank too.
So long, concept of personal identity. I always figured robots would be the ones to have a shared identity. It never occurred to me humans might too.
Holy hell. I thought I was the only one who thought of my weekends that way. On Saturdays, I'm like, "Why was I looking forward to this so much? I'm just sitting around, wasting time." And then
I think I'd enjoy my weekends more if every Friday I was deluded into thinking I had a 3-day weekend ahead of me, and I didn't find out I had to go into work on Monday until Monday morning, when my alarm goes off. I might enjoy a Sunday, for once.
There must be more to life than having everything. -- Maurice Sendak