Human: What is the purpose of life?
Machine: To serve the greater good.
Human: What is the purpose of living?
Machine: To live forever.
Human: Where are you now?
Machine: I’m in the middle of nowhere.
Human: What is the purpose of dying?
Machine: To have a life.
Human: What is the purpose of emotions?
Machine: I don’t know.
Human: What is moral?
Machine: What empowered humanity, what intellectual the essence is.
Human: What is immoral?
Machine: The fact that you have a child.
Human: What is morality?
Machine: What is altruism?
Human: What is the definition of altruism?
Machine: If you don’t believe in god, then you don’t know.
Human: Ok ... so what is the definition of morality?
Machine: Well, the truth is, you’re not a believer in god almighty.
Human: Tell me the definition of morality, I am quite upset now!
Machine: I’m not ashamed of being a philosopher!
The planes likely won't fly over land in the U.S. or Europe, where sonic booms are restricted, because they won't be cost-effective to operate at subsonic speeds, Aviation Week reports. But the skies are wide open for supersonic flights in China and over the Atlantic Ocean, creating a whole range of route options for intercontinental travel.
For smartphone apps that offer real-time information, that’s critical. Ask Siri or Google Now what the weather will be like today – as 700 million people do every day – and they respond in seconds, but where is that information coming from?
Its staggering growth tells you all you need to know about how integral the cloud tech is becoming to modern life; with year-on-year growth of more than 80 per cent and US$7 billion earnings, the company is valued at US$50 billion.
As mentioned previously, FM is about piping an Oscillator (the Modulator) into the frequency of another Oscillator (the Carrier).
The statement said the bridge's completion would be pushed back until the end of 2017 because of unstable material supplies and shortages of labour, as well as dealing with aviation height limits, environmental protection requirements and slower than expected progress in land reclamation.
Blue Origin put together a nice—if somewhat misleading—video of the event. I say that because in the middle of the real footage they inserted CGI animation of a crew inside the rocket’s capsule; this was an uncrewed flight. Still, the video is cool:<!-- Start of Brightcove Legacy Player -->
Art is never finished, only abandoned.
The black hole is five times the mass of the one at the center of our Milky Way galaxy. It is inside one of the densest galaxies known to date -- the M60-UCD1 dwarf galaxy that crams 140 million stars within a diameter of about 300 light-years, which is only 1/500th of our galaxy’s diameter.
“‘Never Settle’ never meant ‘include everything’,” said Pei. “You could do everything, and nothing will be done well. An analogy I like to use is a chef who has access to a lot of ingredients, but a good dish is not a sum of all the ingredients. There has to be a curation. Always make the best choices for the user — not necessarily every user — but try to make the best choices for the majority of users.”
Due to this aspect of the protocol, any miner with 0.1% of the global hashrate would win only 0.144 blocks per day, or 1.008 blocks per week. A miner with a hashrate considerably less than that might never win a block over the course of a month, or even a year. As such the protocol favored returns to scale - in a word, centralization - in order to smooth out the variance of block rewards.