Why haven't scientists figured out how to use quantum mechanics for computers yet?
Is there a book with a tutorial on building chatbots, or other comprehensive beginner AI projects?
Tutorials and books with tutorials. I've read a handful of ML books, and they're not written practically.
if you think you have a knack for it and you know a programming language, just start from scratch.
obviously no one has cracked AI yet, so following their path is insane.
you may be the one to finally make it real, from within yourself.
This is a snapchat video screenshot, I have never see quality so good. What phone is this holy shit?
I want to switch to Linux but muh gaymes. What do?
whatever happened to tox?
Why is this phone so based even after all these years?
Because LG can't get their shit together
I mean look at this bullshit
They wonder why they're the worst selling out of the big competitors right now
I just bought a used g2 to be my backup phone. Installed cm13 and the battery can easily make 7hr phone screen lol
God-tier Android apps
>The reporter from Wired also described how people will be able to see robots and aliens walk through walls and stand within an office.
>This is possible because the headset designed by Magic Leap is transparent, and virtual objects are mixed into the physical environment that surrounds the user.
>This is a big difference compared to VR headsets like the HTC Vive and the Oculus Rift that cover the eyes of the users and do not allow them to see anything else, and there are indications that...
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Does anyone have suggestions for speakers? I'm looking for "okay they're not audiophile but for $100 you could do a lot worse"-level.
ok /g/, i need some help.
Before you ask, yes i did fall for the arch meme.
I did a fresh install of Arch, the latest iso, and everything went fine. Unplugged the usb then reboot. Now my monitor shows "Input not supported" I do get a glimpse of the welcome to grub screen then it just goes straight to no input. Any help here? Iv read to go and modify the grub config file, but I cant as it goes straight to this screen.
please I want an app on my tablet as Linux kali hack , but that is compatible with the tablet advise me help
I'm running an IBM Aptiva 2163-540.
Where the fuck do I find XP drivers for this thing?
What should I do with it?
My work laptop has a vpn client to connect to our companies network. This connection must be active to use version control and services behind the firewall.
I'm not very productive on my laptop while I'm at home though, what would be the most effective way to work from my desktop?
As of now I basically scp all my code to my desktop, and scp it back to my laptop whenever I need to test / commit something. This workflow sucks. Help me /g/
How bad is ageism in the technology industry? Is it true you get thrown overboard when you turn 40 in favor of younger workers?
Is age 25 too late to start learning programming and make a career out of it?
Dad's 50, he's labeled as a "legacy employee" by his company. Not as in, "oh, you've been working here a long time and so you're legacy", but like " you're legacy, old man"
Kinda retarded desu, but I'm glad I'm getting into the tech industry at an earlier age than he did. He says that it's harder for him to find work so he tries to maintain his job and good relations with his company.
>How bad is ageism in the technology industry?
not as bad as the slavery enforced on the younger workforce.
go back 15-20 years, an admins job was to know linux/bsd and windows, bash, perl and maybe C
now it's cloud stuff, windows, linux, apple, android, bash, perl, python, java, C, C++, voip etc....
young guys literally do 2-3 jobs now and get paid less by comparison - the golden days are over.
fuck working in IT these days
Programming is seen as "grunt work" and managers just assume that all programmers aspire to graduate from programming and become managers. Basically, if you're over 40 and you haven't become a senior project manager, there's something wrong with you.
People will just start to assume your skills are outdated no matter how current your skillset is, and others will assume your age and experience command a high salary, which they don't want to deal with.
outside of windows xp, 7 was the most hyped, most popular windows version of all times.
10 saw a nice increase but it quickly faded after release.