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[-] 1 points 1 day ago

Someone doesn't recognize a joke when they see it.

[-] 48 points 2 days ago

Nothing says "delicious" like an ingredient list that ends in a version number.

[-] 13 points 4 days ago

Dunno how it is Apples fault that he didn't take the time to understand how the tools that he uses work.

If I plow my car into a crowd of people because I mistake the gas for the brake that is not GM's fault.

[-] 17 points 4 days ago

I mean Android, and Samsung in particular, borrow from Apple all the time as well. Hell Samsung frequently bad mouths Apples for the anti-consumer choices one year then follows suit and does the same thing in a year or 2 themselves.

These kinds of takes are not the flex some seem to think they are in my opinion.

[-] 6 points 5 days ago

But they did use their mouse for valid company business, so it is all OK.

[-] 19 points 1 week ago

Well yeah, its using the same dataset as MS copilot.

Spitting out inaccurate (I wish the media would stop feeding into calling it something that sounds less bad like hallucinations) answers is nothing something that will go away until the LLM gains the ability to decern context.

[-] 10 points 1 week ago

I wonder how long it will be before they start giving discounts on tickets for interacting with the ads a certain number of times during the flight.

[-] 15 points 2 weeks ago

This kind of discovery is really cool to hear about.

But the impatient part of my brain really hates to read stuff like "hoping to start human trials within five years". Gotta be careful and do it right and all that. But my monkey brain wants that Star Trek medicine now where I go in with literally anything and almost all of it is curable and a lot of it with only some sort of non-evasive tool while I am young enough to benefit from it.

[-] 32 points 2 weeks ago

The real game now is how long will it last before the hype and with the the floor falls out of "AI" and a good chunk of their stock gains with it.

[-] 9 points 2 weeks ago

Because they are more concerned with the fact that devs aren’t making the games for Linux natively in most cases than they are with if you can play most games on Linux.

[-] 4 points 2 weeks ago* (last edited 2 weeks ago)

The most damning thing to call it is “inaccurate”. Nothing will drive the average person away from a companies information gathering products faster than associating it with being inaccurate more times than not. That is why they are inventing different things to call it. It sounds less bad to say “my LLM hallucinates sometimes” than it does to say “my LLM is inaccurate sometimes“.

[-] 8 points 2 weeks ago* (last edited 2 weeks ago)

All of these types are articles always leave out the calculations of what your time is worth to you and the maintenance costs of spare hard drives and other equipment. The TCO is not just the initial investment in hardware/software alone. Unless you plan to host something unreliably and value your time at nothing. In which case I hope you don't get friends or family hooked on your stuff or everyone will have a bad time and be back to Google Drive/Docs and Netflix within 5 years.

The reason they leave it out I feel is because once you factor all of that stuff in the $10/month your paying for Google Drive storage or the ~$25 your paying Netflix starts to make a lot more sense when pared with a decent local backup from a Synology NAS for the "I can't lose this" stuff like baby pictures of your kids. Which blows their entire premise out of the water.


Well, at least they aren't outright throwing the functionality in the trash.


I can't imagine anyone that has decent prospects would agree to go back to Tesla after getting canned with those kinds of wild swings in decision making.


As if the Prime Video app couldn't get any worse.


Jesus, again already?


Oh look, Sony revoking more licenses for video content that people "bought".

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