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This is impressive!

Is one of them supposed to be a double?

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I always go back to Kiss Launcher after trying other launchers. With a huge amount of apps, there is no point trying to organise the icons. Nothing beats typing the first letter and launch.

Admit it: ‘Artificial general intelligence’ may already be obsolete, Expecting OpenAI’s GPT and other large language models to beat humans at thinking like a human might be missing the point. ( www.fastcompany.com )

Elon Musk filed a lawsuit in San Francisco’s Superior Court accusing OpenAI and its CEO, Sam Altman, of betraying the startup’s initial commitment to openness, the betterment of society, and lack of profit as a motive. Among other things, Musk’s 35-page complaint argues that OpenAI has violated its original deal to share...

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The article title makes no sense, and the article itself too.

No one is saying GPT has achieved AGI. Is it a strawman argument?

AGI could end up in a similar predicament: a benchmark, devised by humans, that’s rendered obsolete by the technology it was meant to measure.

Just because we can't measure it doesn't mean it is obsolete.

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In a way, human intelligence is like that.

People used to think earth used to be the centre of the universe, because everybody said so. Would you say that only Nicolaus Copernicus was intelligent?

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They have to update the training data with the latest findings. Some AI models may use external sources to fetch the most current information.

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Flat earthers have access to all the information yet they still decide that flat earth is true.

I am not saying that current AI is intelligent. I am just seeing similarity between how human and AI process information.

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Do you? Tell us more.

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When I was young I saw the night sky with the milky way clearly visible. I never got the chance to see it again.

I travelled to the top of a remote mountain free of any light pollution or air pollution.
It was a dark night with new moon. The sky was completely clear.
I still had good eyesight at that time.

The starry night sky was magnificent and mesmerizing.

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Weather (clouds), moonlight.

And the fact that I have responsibilities as an adult, and it is not easy to go to an actually remote location at the right time.

Going to a dark site is not as easy as "just drive an hour from your home."

Take a look at this:
https://science.nasa.gov/solar-system/skywatching/how-to-find-good-places-to-stargaze/

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If you want to purposefully misunderstand what I said, feel free to do so.

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And the answer is no. You've used up your question.

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Now your cat is going to explain quantum tunnelling in the answer.

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One ring to rule them all, but which ring?

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I use water floss and interdental brushes. Not sure if that will make a difference in your case.

Best to talk to your dentist.

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It definitely matters.
It is being use as a propaganda tool.

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Bloat taking up disk space doesn't really matter. Bloat taking up RAM/CPU can affect performance on the other hand.

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Audio books. When I have a book in my hand, I try to reach for a screen.

When I have a screen, I waste time with games/Lemmy/Youtube/Netflix etc instead of reading books.

But I can listen to audio books when I am walking/driving/cooking etc.

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I have read the book and it is actually really cool.

Not babies but children are often more open to unconventional ideas.

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Cyborg Repair Shop

https://feddit.uk/pictrs/image/972890f0-c84a-4721-bba5-fcca97fe415e.jpeg

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A photorealistic image of a cyborg repair shop. With parts hanginh on the wall. The shop is in a dark alley of a dystopian city.

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You got lots of downvotes, but actually not too far from reality.
https://feddit.uk/pictrs/image/10621d5b-50b9-428c-94b9-478c1595ed9e.jpeg

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It is actually quite cool to be able to travel virtually when my body is no longer capable. The technology will have advanced dramatically in 2 decades.

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Time will become the currency if other resources are unlimited.

Time keeps moving forward, and you cannot go back to the past.

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Learn to cook. It makes you happier and probably healthier.

Fried rice is easy to make and delicious.

When a cop ask you questions, only answer what you are required to answer.

If you are still using Chrome/Edge, try Firefox.

Do not skip going to the dentist.

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Can't you use lemm.ee and block tankie instances?

feddit.de is still federated with lemmy.ml which is a tankie instance.

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OIG3

She is very confident with Phoenix Wright.

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Isn't machine learning doing slightly different thing each time?

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Elon: "We are going to advertise our app as Android exclusive."

Apple: "Fine. Four legs good, two legs better."

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Let's see 4G LTE releases over the years...

• Release 8 (2008): Introduced base LTE capabilities, including high peak data rates (up to 300 Mbps downlink, 75 Mbps uplink), improved spectral efficiency, flexible bandwidth options, and lower latency compared to 3G.

• Release 9 (2011): Enhanced aspects of Release 8, such as carrier aggregation (combining multiple frequency bands for increased bandwidth), improved handover (switching between cell towers), and support for multicast/broadcast services.

• Release 10 (2011): Introduced LTE Advanced, marking a significant step forward. It brought features like wider bandwidth support, further carrier aggregation enhancements, and MIMO (Multiple-Input Multiple-Output) antenna technology for increased capacity and efficiency.

• Release 11 (2013): Continued improvements on LTE Advanced, focusing on enhanced interoperability with Wi-Fi, power saving features, and self-organizing network (SON) functionalities for network optimization.

• Release 12 (2014): Furthered LTE Advanced capabilities, including support for Voice over LTE (VoLTE) calls, machine-type communication (MTC) for low-power devices, and coordinated multi-point (CoMP) transmission for improved coverage and capacity.

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Would you like a pizza or a cheesecake?

Yes.

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I really want to use kbin/mbin but there isn't any mobile app. It has a mobile layout but it just isn't as good as a proper mobile app.

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You will be surprised how many security camera and door access systems require an ancient OS to work.

Many firms refuse to spend money on replacing such systems.

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This looks like an AI generated image.

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Should put "Total War: Rome" on the screen.

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Ants eat beans and toast too, but with seasoning.

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    Ants like beans and toast too, but they use more seasoning than the brits.

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    Mildly infuriating photo of the disc being inserted upside down.

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    Thanks. Now I know I should avoid using LLM for anything related to maths.

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