This movie proved that over relying on AI and automation is not a good idea. Posted on March 10, 2023 by Anonymous This movie proved that over relying on AI and automation is not a good idea.
if you think the movie was good try reading the book
You mean Billy and the Cloneasaurus?
"WHAT WERE YOU THINKING?!"
Were you one of those kids who was really, REALLY into dinosaurs?
It's ok, you can tell us.
No, it's proof that relying on one man to handle all automation is a bad idea.
It's been a gorillion years and no-one has his desktop rice beat
>Fsn is available via anonymous ftp from our ftp server ftp.sgi.com in the directory ~ftp/sgi/fsn. There are 2 files in this directory:
nobody archived this didnt they?
There's these Linux and Windows forks, thankfully.
Wait shit, I misunderstood what software we were talking about. There has to be a fsn mirror somewhere.
i did find this
seems to be the original files from the long cense defunct FTP server
>uses LZW decompressor
>spits out garbage
wtf do i need a real SGI workstation for that?
nvm 7zip just works
Realistically desigining a system that would allow a theme park from a room with maybe 4 people is impossible isn't it? Especially with 90s RAM and CRAY-XMP computers.
It only proved that employing fat people is a bad idea.
He wouldn't have done it if he wasn't having financial problems.
Just higher a expert to double check the AI's decision and another Expert to keep an eye on the other expert
sounds like you're looking for an Expert System. who here knows Prolog? Anyone?
a tiny bit, it has a huge potential, the problem is that it's too pure, FP features and more low level memory control would make it a whole lot more powerful
I fucking hate zoomers it's unreal.
movies don't prove anything, it's a made up tale. We'll be just fine.
Good movie, but this thread is retarded, and so is OP.
it proved how the exciting technology of MRNA will revolutionize modern biology and medicine, right fellow basedentism believers?!