Is it even possible for tape backup?
658 posts • joined 15 Aug 2006
Is it even possible for tape backup?
has now reached Pulling Spurious Claims Out Of Your Arse Station.
and pass it off as AI these days, it would seem.
It has 'programmes'.
that corporates still use SAP.
It hasn't bloody arrived yet.
I must look up what's happening with the Rossi E-CAT contraption these days, for a laugh.
"across every possible combinations of things?"
These are Apple devices. A fairly limited selection of fixed platforms and OS version combinations, not Android where world+dog has a device and their own jimmied version of the OS.
Therefore surely not beyond Apple to test in-house.
They're for targeted advertising.
Please get off this 'AI' cut & paste bandwagon. There is no AI. There is nothing even in the ballpark.
... however they are unlikely ever to be enforced, the recent palaver was a case of someone highlighting the absurdity of it to try and shame the government into action. The police demonstrably DGAF.
Even less likely to ever appear in mass adoption than self-driving cars. Most people can't drive properly, why would you want them flying?
Any language that needs the like of TypeScript or CoffeeScript to impose some readability and sanity on it is probably not the best choice for an introductory programming course.
If nothing else it should be lauded for technical accuracy and restraining itself from the usual OVERRIDE SECRET PASSWORD nonsense.
with your brain.
is a day that I'm happy.
Boo hoo. How often do you install an IDE like this? Is it that much of an issue?
says more about Node than anything else.
"Colour screen with a few more pixels, modern ARM processor, decent chunk of memory, USB, WiFi, maybe a 4G modem, SD slot"
"keep the thing running for a week on a pair of AAs"
when it's nothing of the sort. Just like those 'Ronnie James Dio lives again!' things you see at gigs which also talks shite about holograms when it's just an updated version of a 150 year old stage magic illusion called Pepper's Ghost.
substitute the term 'bandwagon-jumping bullshit'.
big bad Microsoft. Get over it.
I miss Captain Cyborg.
No other ecosystem ever changes of course.
As a stupid term it's up there with 'millennial'.
1. We can't even keep things that are supposed to be on the internet secure.
2. Most applications of it are stupid and pointless.
3. It's largely just another data-slurping and ad-vectoring mechanism.
That's like saying they invented fast cars. It's the car that's important. And again, that comes under 'brilliant design applied to existing concept'.
I used the first Macs in college when the alternative was Nimbus PC's *gak* and VT100 VAX terminals. So I'm glad they did.
They don't invent much, really. If anything. They do apply brilliant design and marketing to things that already exist though and make your granny want one.
Some sense being spoken about the avalanche of bullshit where pattern recognition etc gets pimped as artificial intelligence.
We'll see about that ...
... largely flim-flam that will never work in most real world applications.
Because sometimes it's enough for something to look cool, that's why.
... there's also Cmder.
Thanks for clarifying.
the lying liars.
why their broadband prices had gone up twice in 6 months.
No there isn't you absolute Tory tit end.
'Mind the pseudogap' yet?
i.e. everything must come from our monetised app store.
Who needs Microsoft? People who need the use the actual software that actual businesses need day to day? Gamers? And so forth.
Well done if you run Linux. So do I. You're delusional if you think it will be the year of Linux on the consumer or corporate desktop any time soon though.
Good developers are by nature introverted beasts I think, plus there's always the thinly-disguised contempt for everyone else's perceived lunatic way of doing things.
Marked 'Isolate this device from the internet'.
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And people who need to use actual real software to run their businesses and so forth.
So much lazy use of the term 'AI' being flung around in the tech and wider press at the minute. As if we had anything even approaching an intelligence, as opposed to a very expert system, pattern recognition etc. Are we really any close ro an actual AI than we were in the 1970s or 1980s?
"Microsoft will be paying vendors to deploy their malware os Windows 10...."
They don't need to, most people want to use it anyway.
... I can't even remember my MySpace one from 12 years ago ...
This again. The bandying about of the term 'AI' like it's either here or due next year is rife on tech sites now. Pattern recognition and pathfinding is not AI for fuck's sake.
Anyway. These look like they would be very handy for drug smuggling assuming they're small enough to avoid radar detection.
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