FiskFisk33

@FiskFisk33@startrek.website
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This thread starts with a document literally proving people have been saying that exact thing for 30 years now.

I see no problem with this, if they federate instances can choose to pick them up or not

I got a milkshake a while back, in a plastic container, with a plastic lid, for some reason it also came with a plastic spoon, and a paper straw, since they are cutting down on plastics...

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GPUs haven't been reasonably priced since the 1000 series.

And now there's no coin mining promising some money back.

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predicted? they're facebook, they are not predicted to be bad, they ARE bad.

lets learn from history and not be deer in the headlights

he really was doing cool things.

He was buying cool things

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Why remove references to the original creator? thats low!

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I don't think they do it anymore, but spotify started out with a p2p network on the backend.
Super smart way of bootstrapping such a thing without having to upfront huge server costs.

he is still qualified to tell them how the equipment works...

are we gatekeeping tank school now?

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not being wrapped in a $5000 clear coat.

This is such bullshit though. Deloreans were built with uncoated 304 stainless steel (think, same as in food grade stainless stuff), and with all their other issues, rust is not one of them.

If Teslas rust, they chose the wrong steel, the end.

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an LLM is an AI like a square is a rectangle.
There are infinitely many other rectangles, but a square is certainly one of them

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why did they comply?

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If that was statistically significantly true, Sweden would be autism central. We have since sometime in the 70's been giving our children milk with every meal.

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to build it to that accuracy the car would have to cost millions

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Oh no now I feel old. My first thought was this would be about the switch from Times New Roman to Calibri...

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its a good long term business move. And mozilla is a nonprofit, not beholden to the whims of shareholders, so they can do long term moves in peace.

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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Treachery_of_Images

The quote from Magritte there sums it up quite well.

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Of course it's stable.

Just like with Windows, the more advanced stuff you do, the more advanced problems you'll have.

If you just wanna set and forget, avoid arch based and you're golden.

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Idaho has argued that states — not doctors, and not the federal government — should be permitted to decide what kind of emergency medical care women can receive.

Small government something something

"the mass murderer have killed multiple people in Spain and Italy, but we can't just assume he will do the same thing in France"

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"We have seen that you can embed viruses into cartridges, through the cartridge go to the printer, from the printer go to the network, so it can create many more problems for customers."

If the cartidges didn't have drm chips you wouldn't have anything to load with malware to begin with.

11: It's the only browser on the market that is not either apple webkit or google chrome based. And it's in our best interest to keep said market healthy, with as many competing actors as possible.

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Body camera video equivalent to 25 million copies of “Barbie”

Literally anything but the metric system

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alcohol maybe?

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read up carefully. It is a strategy that can lose you more than you put in.

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almost just as scummy though

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Except the DeLorean. Which doesn't rust at all.

Tesla's idea wasn't even bad, they just cheaped out enough to ruin it.

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I can sing it for you: BRRRATATRRATATRRATATRRATATRRATAT

to be fair the tools recently got orders of magnitude better

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gpt3/4 are already trained on reddit data. Not reddit data exclusively, but there's a lot of it in there.

Breathing doesn't strip me of the right to complain about the bad air.

finally some good news!

meaning some unpredictable AI will now be closing background processes on me?

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That title almost gave me a stroke

Does that mean I can opt out? nice!

there are both categories.
Some things are marginally better and incredibly expensive.
Other things, such as garden hose power snakes and these "audiophile crystals" are just pure scam.

Nobody thinks generative ai will die, but when the bubble bursts maybe we wont get it shoehorned into places it really doesn't belong.

I tend not to bash on reposting, but come on...

https://lemmy.world/post/12084712
https://lemmy.world/post/12084714
https://lemmy.world/post/12084927

And those are all on this specific sublemmy alone.

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my favourite is negative ion "health" products, that actually do produce negative ions, because they are laced with radioactive thorium...

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we can if we want, its called Polish notation
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Polish_notation

instead of x + y we write + x y
then 2 + 3 * (3 + 7) + 6 becomes + 2 + * 3 + 3 7 6

no order of operations to remember, but good luck parsing it.