There is a noticeable pattern in AI.
When an AI is improved to the point of surpassing human ability it ceases to be considered AI and becomes merely an engine. (e.g. Chess)
It can only be considered as AI as long as it is weak enough for us to dream about its potential.
Yes. The malloc API should have been "considered
A modern manual memory management API should be designed around lifetime, collections and multiple cores.
Also, the lifetime can be implicit (embedded in the container name)
IT SHOULDN'T BE THIS WAY! On Microsoft Windows, Apple macOS, and Linux, developers are free to distribute apps directly to users, and users are free to install apps directly from developers. Open platforms mean freedom, choice, and competition. Apple must open iOS.
The most important thing about this amazing Paris transformation is how fast it happened — how fast people on bikes “appeared” — once streets were transformed. You can’t write this off as “Paris was always this way,” because it wasn’t.
It took leadership.
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It might turn out to be as bad of worse than LeCorbusier attempts, but I freaking love the concept.
Exploration of architecture and urban planning is awesome and could lead to progress. "Architecture is politics."
Today’s discovery, the camo patterns are different depending on the country but was created by the French army in 1915. Recently the French decided to drop their iconic Daguet pattern to match the new norm, the Multicam, used by Americans and British army. On the field in 2024 ⤵️
Today we’re updating The Verge’s policy on agreeing to “background” from tech companies. We’re doing this publicly to provide cover for other newsrooms covering tech to do the same. It’s getting a little ridiculous out there. theverge.com/press-room/2277…
Unity has now fallen to half the valuation they had at their IPO, has never been profitable, and continue to lose ~$300m/year. This seems unsustainable, so I assume they will eventually be absorbed by somebody? Facebook seems the obvious buyer, but I really have no idea.
"J’vais vous foutre un procès", qu’il disait en avril 2017 quand on rappelait qu’il piquait dans les caisses. Le procès a bien eu lieu, mais pas contre nous. Pour une fois qu'on peut se réjouir de la décision d'une justice qui épargne presque toujours les puissants, profitons-en.
When I tell the Windows Terminal team something is simple, I am "misguided", being "somewhat combative" and am "impugning the reader". But a year later when they call the exact same thing "trivial", that is just, you know, them writing a blog post: