I think "real" military AI is going to be that close because things on the battle-field have to be robust and current AI seems to be inherently fragile - not always reliable and less reliable in chaotic situations.
But semi-military applications like deciding who a drone will kill have potential ... to do even more harm than drones have already done.
The first season resonated the most with my experiences, but I know others who recognize their own experiences in different parts of it.
All of which to say that assessing the property tax on the current market value of all those properties isn't an accurate number; there is no way there are so many people making that much money living in California.
All state was owned by the master MCU, slave MCU sent messages to the master requesting changes of state, the entire state for the slave CPU was then sent over with the requested changes.
Even what UI screen was shown was handled this way.
I was much more junior then, so the entire system wasn't event driven, all state was transferred every 33ms (iirc).
Redux is moderately more complex than that system, although my system was built in pure C and involved interop between C and C# running in an interpreter.
Even if he successfully gets away how likely is he then to steal another Tesla?
Even if a hacker sells them a zero day hack then it will only last a single day before Tesla updates its entire fleet.
Much better than "Print to PDF" option
> Until November 2018, Firefox was the last widely used browser not to use a browser sandbox to isolate Web content in each tab from each other and from the rest of the system.
Essentially, it assumes a bit too much the shape of the resulting solution.
That's not to say I didn't get value from the hint, or that I think others will not - on the contrary, it is a valuable and clear hint.
The unfortunate part is just the feeling of being taken completely "out of it" in solving the solution with a slightly different approach and wondering momentarily if somehow one is wrong, even though one is passing all the tests.
Nice job on the site, generally.
I only had a couple hiccups with submissions and some weird aliasing on the editor if I would a line before it redrew.
Right, they'll just sit there patiently instead of kicking out the window at the next set of lights.
(But no, no one involved in that discussion was from California)
What about, for example, differences in languages, culture, personal background, etc.