Re: I still have a 7110...
it wasn't. a friend had one and after a few months you had to jump out of the way every time he answered the phone.
44 posts • joined 4 Sep 2009
Why would you want to teach a computer / AI / automaton-inator to negotiate like a human? Is human really the gold standard of negotiating? Are you not just handicapping it from the start?
Try also building AI that learns to negotiate without copying human behaviour and then compare the results sets. Yes it will take longer, but do you end up with a better negotiated results for both parties?
Reg Article in a few years time.....
Decent developers are hard to find and too expensive...
Developers lock in major problem and massive unpredictable cost for companies .....
And AC comments:
sod that.... just buy an off the shelf system ... hell of a lot cheaper then paying for developers
What works for some, doesn't work for all. Thankfully as a company, you can choose which way to go.
i remember the "single point of failure" complaints made when Vodafone had a similar outage last year.
I will repeat what one person said....
if you are that concerned about single point of failure, why aren't you carrying around an O2 and an Orange phone then?
network down for a day = a day of getting work done.
I seem to recall that when siri first made it onto the scene a lot of people asked a lot of dumb questions to the phone. What is the best phone being one of them.
The response is what you are seeing in these articles.
This was months before this "scandal" arose
I am guessing that they finally flipped a switch from "joke response" to "actual search", then this news item hit, so they flicked the switch back.
(honestly not an apple fan, have to use the products and they suck)
This was at university, but similar situation.
Guest lecturer at front giving interesting talk. Guy(male) at back (long black hair, slightly high pitched voice) asking annoying questions.
After question 5 he actually raises an interesting point, but lecturer is frustrated, so says
"The girl at the back has made a good point...."
no more questions, lecture continues uninterrupted.
I may be wrong but...
With a quad core processor, decent screen, decent battery life, and connectivity options (wifi/BT/NFC), there really isn't much further you can take the hardware on a handset.
And so it will become more about the accessories and ecosystem rather than the handset itself.
With ideas like Ubuntu for Android, and the Asus padphone, the apps available in your app store of choice, cloud storage solutions then the thing in your pocket will be more a personal processing unit than a phone.
Whoever is best placed to take advantage of that will be the one to succeed.
When on a call that is mobile phone to landline, only the mobile phone can end the call.
I have had accidental calls before to the home number and no matter how many times I hang up my phone, it doesn't matter, as soon as I pick it up again the call is still there.
"Deutsche Telekom is talking to Vodafone, France Telecom and Telefonica. An anonymous source told the FT:“If we’re lucky, we could end up with a three-horse race.” "
Vodafone.... France Telecom (owns Orange), Telefonica (owns O2)....
would have thought none of these guys will be allowed to buy it due to competition/monopoly problems
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