What ethical problems?
2182 posts • joined 16 Jan 2012
How about a laser guided micro missile?
Well colour me surprised!
Although most of them are about turning my office building into a FPS game.
this isn't one of them.
If there was some kind of conspiracy that could be connected to aliens, they've done it already. (Paris, because she's been done to death too.)
And why should I fear him?
And when he does, I'll be sat outside Number 10 borrowing his WiFi.
Let's face it, they've got form for it.
Then Michael Wertheimer simply isn't trying hard enough. I can think of three better ways and I've not even had breakfast yet.
I'd rather be up against a Tribble than a Xenomorph.
It's funny because it's not happening to you!
Paris, because sex tape or something.
And even with 5 years advance warning, it's still going to catch some people by surprise. (I'm looking at you gov.uk)
How is reading my email and browser history going to stop crazy people with guns?
Are terrorists somehow firing bullets via the internet?
We could wrap him in copper wire and replace his headstone with a magnet and solve the energy crisis in one fell stroke!
I'm going to go out on a limb here and make the following prediction:
AI will do what we told it to do, not what we want it to do.
Enquiring minds need to know!
That's only really meaningful if they keep thorough records.
Frankie, ya broke the unwritten law. Ya ratted on your friends. You do that, Frankie, your enemies don't respect ya. You got no friends no more. You got nobody ...
If you hear an Earth Shattering KA-BOOM at about 11:40, you'll have your answer.
With their, erm,
social media platform. content free advertising platform.
By hacking Saudi sites and putting porn on them?
I'm still surprised that they got away with the rootkit thing without a single jail term being handed out.
One hardly ever gets caught. By the time the basement floods, they've moved on to mismanage some other project.
And HSBC get away with it scott free.
If you can't dock your craft manually then you shouldn't be in space!
You know it's true.
"Which we did not click on."
So exactly how smutty was the stuff you didn't click on?
I thought it was to protect Cliff Richard.
So it's ok to throw hunks of lead at a human, or set them on fire, or blow them up with explosives; but vaporising them with a laser is out of the question?
Glad to see that it hasn't dated in the slightest.
Get the flock out of here.
It would probably be quite trivial to not only set up a box with a familiar BT or Comcast SSID that not only provided poor service, but could also be used to slurp authentication (and other) data from the connected device.
I imagine setting up a WiFi trap like that would break a law or two somewhere. Although I once heard of a guy that got so annoyed with his neighbours sneaking onto his router that he invented the upside-down-ternet
Mostly due to dodgy flash adverts that can cripple a low-end machine.
Guaranteeing safety is going to be a difficult job. Even for Google.
Brains.... brains? Eurghhhh,,,,, Brains.
I was just thinking the exact same thing.
We're all going to be screwed when the KSP team implement re-entry properly. At the moment, you can return from the Mün and slam into Kerbal at 3 Kps with a 90 degree angle and still survive.
You're going to need a J key to LOAD games as well.
In this context, it means to hit or to strike.
It's a British thing. We use the word pop for a variety of stuff.
Ok, I'm going...
He's not even wearing a t-shirt.
Doesn't have to be that complicated. It just has to let the magic blue smoke out.
They seem pretty on the ball.
I agree. We've going to need more evidence if we're going to get to the butt of the problem.