At work your job is to put ideology aside and to make your bosses happy
Bosses often don't know tech. Programmers often don't know business. Programmers who just wait for their bosses to tell them how and what to do are crappy employees who make the company lopsided toward the business side. The best employees push for their ideals, but also know when to back down.
The only pages that appear to be exempt from the throttling are those that play audio.
So pages that steal computing cycles will start playing inaudible sounds while they work. This will stop all the scripts except for those that really should be stopped, and annoy pet dogs around the world too.
We're not your pump-n-dump engine.
How is saying, "The price is falling!" going to pump up the price? Perhaps it's a short-n-spread-fud scheme.
DeepMind is a great at what it does, but it's not intelligent, the way people are. It can what it's trained to do and do it faster than people but it's not going to make leaps into new ideas and concepts no one has thought of. It's no more "intelligent" than a rock.
Rocks cannot be trained to do what people do. And, being faster than people enables it to explore candidate possibilities much faster than people could. What is your definition of intelligence that completely excludes those things?
Your code should be more efficient!