Wrong kind of photo
Try searching for "weird image" or something, upload some of the results, and see what it says. It's rather poor at identifying photos.
We’re at an inflection point, or – rather – the point before that inflection point. We are in the pre-countdown-phase for virtual reality or augmented reality or perhaps machine learning or bots, say onlookers. But which is it? Or will it be none of these? For Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, the future is definitely virtual …
We’re at an inflection point, or – rather – the point before that inflection point. We are in the pre-countdown-phase for virtual reality or augmented reality or perhaps machine learning or bots, say onlookers. But which is it? Or will it be none of these? ….. Gavin Clarke
Let it be known, and especially so in the fantastically fertile fields of IT and Mass Active Media Manipulation of Human Conditioning and Perception, we are in those absolutely fabulous fabless times of entangled and entangling places and spaces were it is all of those actualities and so much/many more besides.
And who and/or what be chosen, or would themselves choose to be expeditionary vanguard quartermasters to both virtual and real-time future builders, is always answered with a working beta resolution of the Catch 42 Enigma
And one should never rule out the likelihood of AI Proxy leadership from seriously smarter sovereign wealth funds.
* Fact taking over the Sublime InterNetworking of Things with Fiction and/or Vice Versa**
** Please note that is not an ambiguous and discombobulating question.
I actually upvoted you, because I think you are El Reg's pet AI project based on what you write and when the AI apocalypse comes I want you to remember that I was nice to you and not kill me please, Mr. AIRobotMasterSirYourMajesty.
copied from iceland protest poster
with the government going rotten on one hand;
corps forcing vac+food garbage;
and 'way too many migrants
a tad on the passionate side;
look to your cells.
dirty, leaky, expensive.
delicate, complicated, walled,
(functional?; aid?, trap? )
Trying to claim that it means "Apple is done" as the article wants to imply is stupid. It is a 4" phone which is a niche market these days, but one Apple felt was important to serve with some slightly newer technology than the 5S that was currently slotted in that role. Nobody expected to be a big deal, so I don't get why the press wants to call it a failure. Pretty sure Apple wasn't expecting huge lines and 10 million sales in a weekend like they got last fall for the 6S and will get this fall for the 7.
At any rate, that doesn't have anything to do with whether what strategy Apple is working on for VR and AI pans out. That will succeed or fail based on the merits of the product, but knowing Apple they have their own vision for what they're doing and are taking their time. They want to see the early entrants in the market and learn what works and what doesn't, so they can refine their idea and skip the alpha/beta phase that we're in for products like Oculus, HoloLens, Gear VR and Cardboard.
It will be interesting as the first test of a completely Job-less product launch (I don't count the watch because they almost certainly started the design a year or two before his death)
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