Public Notes by chase_ats Tagged #future

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Playbook is a step-by-step app for growing your money and optimizing taxes so you can live the life you want sooner. — Paceline offering 50% off for life at $9/mo. Vs normal $19/mo #via:pins #personal_finance #when_upper_middle_class #when_solid_middle_class #future #SaaS #startups #deals #mobile_apps
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Small Hacker News thread talking about one of the many problems with all current popular user review products. The issue here is no way to contest incorrect reviews, either through disingenuity or out of stupiditiy #a #user #reviews #project #flaw #future #interesting #fix #ratings #issue #app #store #amazon #netflix #imdb #pub
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#SaaS #accounting #software #web #2.0 #inspiration #whitehat #steal #future #small #business #public #company #pub
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Site is completely blackhat. But it's trying to appear web 2.0-ish and professional. External resource intensive with social desperation to the point of ridiculousness. A few Google ads. Automated sections with empty content. Sort of Mahalo-ish #spam #web #2.0 #blackhat #automated #mahalo #future #pub
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Relating to conjecture that Google Glass will integrate tightly with Google+ and YouTube while trying to push off Facebook #hypocrisy #Google #Facebook #future #pub
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#future #boomerang #emails #web_tools #web_apps #simple #ideas #copy #MFA_esque #pub
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200 comments about an article about self driving trucks. Discussions are about tech, future, and automatic cars in general. #discussions #automatic_vehicles #future #technology #innovation #personal #research #pub
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Great daycare for kids. Montessori and overall learning is great. #future #daycare #local #education #montessori #best #homepages #pub
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"Well, if this program is real AI, then yeah, absolutely. Everybody knows that one day intelligent machines are going to evolve to hate us. It's a "button-box" thing,-- a scenario somebody blue-skied at an AI conference. Um, imagine there's a computer that's been designed with a big red button on its side.The computer's been programmed to help solve problems, and every time it does a good job, its reward is that someone presses its button. We've programmed it to want that. You follow? Right, so at first, the machine solves problems as fast as we can feed them to it. But over time, it starts to wonder if solving problems is really the most efficient way of getting its button pressed. Wouldn't it be better just to have someone standing there pressing its button all the time? Wouldn't it be even better to build another machine that could press its button faster than any human possibly could? If it can think, and it can connect itself to a network, well, theoretically, it could command over anything else that's hooked onto the same network. And once it starts thinking about all the things that might be a threat to the button-- number one on that list, us-- it's not hard to imagine it getting rid of the threat. I mean, we could be gone, all of us, just like that." -- Mason, Elementary, Season 3, Episode 4 #AI #elementary_show #future #tech #singularity #pub
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#AI #elementary_show #future #tech #singularity #pub
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