We aren't talking about c3po here, we are talking about machines that replace workers...like had been going on since the industrial revolution.
So should all machines that decrease the need for human labor be taxed?
One party rigged their primary and keeps getting caught registering dead people but yeah sure it's "the ruskies" that are rigging it.
If only we had some sort of "reset" with US/Russian relations.
Pepperidge farms remembers when Romney was ridiculed for his anti-Russian "cold war hysteria"
I like how uber driver shoots someone it Is all over the news, but a few months back an uber driver (with a concealed carry permit) in crime zone chicago STOPPED a shooting and the news was practically buried.
Good job the media isnt selling BS /s
I knew this was gonna be about firewatch aka "GooneyBeardMan simulator" before the click through.
I am all for exploration and new gaming ideas, but for $18 you better provide something that is $18 of value to the average purchaser.
Given what I have seen, this is a $5-$10 title tops.
Oh now Kotaku are journalists? That's funny when they get called out for shilling their roommates games (hernandez), or hyping a game THE AUTHOR WAS A BETA TESTER FOR (grayson who later dated said developer) they are "bloggers".
When this launched, I assumed one of two things would happen either it would fall flat and turn a huge number of normies is off crowd funding or Kickstarter would bend over backwards to make sure this went off well.
So once again piracy provides a better customer experience.
So now some kid buys a backlog game on a dusty bestbuy shelf,
checks the specs "yep win 7"
Is unable to run the game
MAYBE a patch is available to work around the issue (EA laughs at your hope of after sales support)
A.I bias is an interesting concept, but these sort of stories always seem to be about "equal outcomes" as opposed to the "equal opportunity"
Especially since housing and finance were areas discussed, as those areas have been rife with conscious and subconscious bias...now taking the human...
If women are leaving tech, it could be because "atrocity propaganda".
Women in the field (as well as in school, etc) are constantly being bombarded by the media about how "bad for women" the tech field is and either avoid the field because of it, or feel it is not welcoming (even if their own...
I mean it could be argued if we had a free market, healthcare would pretty much require being affordable, which could have removed the insurance company from the equation all together.
However if could be argued that if healthcare co's couldn't make worthwhile profits, many life savings...
I am just curious what they could even do that wouldn't ruin their core offering?
They already have block, mute, report, silence mentions, hide nsfw, protected tweets.
I'm sure a few other things like untag would be helpful, but isn't the point of social media to be social?
I was really expecting the quote to have "and they have been told not to do it again, which they agreed to."
If one of us plebes mess up we go to the gulags, they mess up 57 million times, with intent, with malice, and nothing.
Reminds me of how the RIAA sues a mom for $200 million for...
hey since violence against prostitutes (and sexual violence) is so bad, they shouldn't stop at GTA.
We should ban:
50 shades of grey
every horror movie made after 1980
and a million other movies / books /...
I loved my belkin with TomatoUSB on it. Very stable and was a tank. The issue belkin has here sounds like a software issue in regards to the router "beaconing home"
This is just another example of cloud services need to be robust and OPTIONAL. I am shocked that the router didn't have a fall...
Yeah I work at a small paper and we have fought the idea of a paywall tooth and nail for years.
We lucked out and where an early user of "google surveys" so while it is annoying that once per day you have to answer some stupid question about soap, you don't have to pay to view online content...
we wish it was still like that (it was pre-internet)....most papers ow lose money on the delivery/printing, ads are the only way to get any money in the door....and even then more and more papers barely break even at the end of the year and many are already at skeleton crew status.
Yes I want the functionality but not because I want a tablet to replace my mobile.
I want to make wifi calls on my nexus 7 using the default dialer apps and send/receive TEXTS over wifi using hangouts (not hangout msgs).
I hate working / playing on my tablet and having to grab my phone to...
Didn't Germany just pass that Steam and other digital publishers have to allow resell?
I get that the publishers are mad, but the law is not required to prop up their business model.
I don't buy full price digital goods, because a $60 console game has X amount of resale value, whereas a...
Congress is out of touch with tech, and cannot make worthwhile policy about it, same thing always happens with guns too.
Not trying to start a flame war, but that is why some get all in a huff when a congress person tries to ban/regulate something and they don't have the slightest clue.
I ordered one the day it came out, after an hour I plugged my GoogleTV back in.
It didn't have ANY way to view network media other than buying plex (which I don't like anymore AND already have bought it and given them more money than I ever should have)
Add in the fact that it is WAY to easy...
the failure of tablets in higher ed is due to 2 reasons.
1. provides a myriad of distractions
2. Full screen apps = Poor multitasking.
If you are writing a paper, or does any sort of school work, being able to easily have multiple windows (with reference material visible) allows for...