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d48d0f42 No.3593399[View All]

Years are passing quick, technologies and political and economic stability will create new problems and solutions any poor country with inflated currency might have a revolutionary war. it will happen somewhere South America and suddenly a new "bogyman" is need to fear porn the United States Media Regardless if any politician wins It might affect your area. I do not know what crisis will there be by that year but I do know half of the country will be homeless and/or unemployed. Will this lulz site ever survive in 10 more years?
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38d68595 No.3675807

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I'm pretty glad crypto is doing poorly so gpu prices stay lower, and it looks like amd is going to cut cpu prices. Making DD5 ram a requirement was a really shoot themself in the foot idea.

When your about being the best value…. Then make it so your the worst value…hehe did it to themselves.

I just bought new dd4 ram a year or two ago after mine broke. So I wasn't happy by the ddr5 requirement. Hell.. I might have bought it this year, I dunno.

38d68595 No.3675808

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I hope 2030 won't be intel/apple only. And pay to use windows.

And windows that deletes files you have microsoft/gov don't like you having. Because I swear I feel like files disappear and also that firefox deletes bookmarks sometimes.

I'm sure a lot of people want nothing to be on people's pcs and everything in "The cloud".

68108940 No.3680137

There are some accounts and suggestions of Tutoring Ai on how it would teach itself on how to draw what if you could apply Ai with 5 senses touch, smell, taste feel and sight?

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68108940 No.3680734

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hyper stealth fighter drones…

68108940 No.3684780

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the age of drones and and infancy of Ai.

68108940 No.3684804

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68108940 No.3684805

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68108940 No.3684806

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68108940 No.3684807

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c2235156 No.3684811

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Happy New Year!

68108940 No.3685014

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Sad Old Year

80ce1b3f No.3685015

I wanna tongue that buck's butt

68108940 No.3685458

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>Time machine is built
>Travel back
>You can't alter anything you touch however you can gather data and make copy of lost items with a photo and change the future.

62a98f5b No.3685556

Yeah, the only problem is that the Industry 4.0 thing was kind-of a flop and they're still trying to implement it.

People are spending money collecting data from processes, but nobody really knows what to do with it. IoT makes a lot of money though, so the most noticeable outcome is another dot-com bubble that is slowly inflating as we speak. There wasn't any "revolution" and nothing is really getting done in a different way as of yet.

62a98f5b No.3685557

What do you mean, make a copy?

You could go to the factory that made your car and copy yourself infinite spare parts.

85a416a5 No.3686823

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AI technology has infiltrated almost every fabric of society and now AI will be used in the courtroom.

A robot lawyer operated by AI technology will help fight a traffic offender’s ticket next month.

The robot was created by tech startup DoNotPay.
Per its website, DoNotPay’s goal is to “utilize artificial intelligence to help consumers fight against large corporations and solve their problems like beating parking tickets, appealing bank fees, and suing robocallers.”

The location of the courtroom and the traffic offender’s names have been withheld due to security purposes.

So, how does it work.

Per the New York Post, the AI “will run on a smartphone and listen to court arguments in real-time before telling the defendant what to say via headphones.”

If the AI Robot fails to get the traffic offender off the hook, then DoNotPay will pay all fines.

DoNotPay’s new technology faces many legal hurdles due to the fact many courtrooms do not allow non-hearing aide blue tooth devices inside the courtroom.

Also, in most courtrooms in the United States, all parties need to consent in order to be recorded inside a court room.

68108940 No.3686825

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So basically it's a lie detector with extra steps…

74e7315a No.3686839

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Oh yes, robotic lawyers. What ever could go wrong if a government wants the person to lose the case. And that government can threaten the company with bankruptcy if they refuse.

68108940 No.3686844

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>>What do you mean, make a copy?

>>You could go to the factory that made your car and copy yourself infinite spare parts.

We are talking about documents, history, photos, places that you have not visited in your life time

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68108940 No.3687263

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I had a bad dream last night, the sleep started, It was day time or noon was doing some chores at home notice looking above my house was a swarm of drones deployed landing below neighbor's houses people started to scream I ran into the house in fear and locked the doors it was damaged I pushed the couches to block the entrance and ran into the kitchen's under bunker to lock the hatch and on the TV to see the news of hacked drone terrorism if I could read the words in a dream, I could hear the sound of fireworks or explosions only to be awoken by the kneebars leftover fireworks. the dream ended.

6e37cade No.3687508

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Two research groups in the US were able to stop mice from getting old by fixing their DNA.

In a recent study published in Cell on Jan. 12, Harvard scientists showed that they could manipulate and reverse the aging process in mice by generating DNA repairs.

The results of a 13-year, international study show for the first time that breakdown in epigenetic information accelerates aging in mice and that repairing the epigenome can reverse those signs of aging.

“For about the past 50 years, popular theory has held that the process of aging is caused in large part by an accumulation of mutation. There’s growing evidence, however, that aging has a significant epigenetic component. That is, the process by which stretches of DNA or the genes are turned on and off,” said the paper’s senior author, David Sinclair, professor of genetics at the Blavatnik Institute at Harvard Medical School and co-director of the Paul F. Glenn Center for Biology of Aging Research.

“My colleagues and I believe that not only are epigenetic changes are the primary cause of aging, but that these changes are driven by the ongoing process of DNA breakage and repair,” he continued.

“We believe ours is the first study to show epigenetic change as a primary driver of aging in mammals,” Sinclair said.

Researchers at Harvard said they wanted to test their findings on larger mammals and, eventually, on people.

“First, the results need to be replicated in larger mammals and in humans. Studies in nonhuman primates are currently underway,” Harvard said in a statement.

“We hope these results are seen as a turning point in our ability to control aging,” said Sinclair. “This is the first study showing that we can have precise control of the biological age of a complex animal; that we can drive it forwards and backwards at will.”


68108940 No.3687536

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2023 primitive AI art and companions.

68108940 No.3688385

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Quadrone vehicle how noisy is it? Does it have any crash test regulations? How would it deploy a parachute if it starts falling? This does not met OSHA safety.

68108940 No.3688394

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what technologies are there in year 3000

8c0a8f12 No.3688402

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I believe it was Isaac Asimov who wrote an essay about trying to predict the future. His paper showed that change is not linear, but exponential.

The result is that things change much more slowly in the near future then people would have imagined but far future changes are more extreme than most people could ever predict.

68108940 No.3688406

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There's going to be a nuclear power reliance, the next industrial power revolution in year 2500 as fossil fuels run low, water crisis could be another factor that plays a role as long science does not get washed humanity lives longer.

We could use fossil fuels for creating materials rather than burning it into the atmosphere.

f216fb98 No.3688413

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In my opinion, this is one of the greatest sci-fi movies ever made that gets little mention today.

The only man in the world with the secret to permanent sub-miniaturization is felled by an assassination attempt. A crew and mini-submarine are shrunken down to the size of bacteria and injected into his body to try and repair the damage to his brain. They have ONE HOUR to do the job and get out or they will start to enlarge, killing him. Along the way they are forced to take detours thru the heart, lungs, and other organs and time is running out.

This is the ending scene. The special effects throughout the movie were considered spectacular before their time (before CGI).


8c0a8f12 No.3688418

> We could use fossil fuels for creating materials
Like we have been doing all along since the beginning of the 20th century? i.e. PLASTICS
> rather than burning it into the atmosphere.
I have a better idea. Let's do both.

68108940 No.3688427

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68108940 No.3688432

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This technology isn't new. Poly floss has been around for ages. You can find them everywhere in pillows, filter, clothes, etc. The plastic use will not be coming from landfill, which requires a lot of treatment with toxic chemicals to re-progress the plastic waste into plastic beads or something useable. If you think these company will be getting their plastic from landfill, you are sorely mistaken. This will only make more plastic in the process, or worse turn plastic into microplastic. The best solution is stop using plastic all together. All these idea trying to turn landfill plastic back into useful product, only is only recirculating the plastic around.

3f7b82d4 No.3688438

> What Happens to Garbage in Japan
There is an ignorant superstition in the US that incinerating trash makes dioxins which cause cancer. Most trash in Japan is incinerated and japs have a lower cancer rate than do Americans. Positive proof that dioxin prevents cancer, not causes it.

90ed1f0d No.3688448

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"Contact has been made!"

3e104fbb No.3688449


Good Dog , K-9 !

90ed1f0d No.3688468

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"Eldrad must live!"

7cb99cda No.3688520

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Why didn't somebody think of this before??

To free people from traffic, dozens of companies are designing vertical take-off and landing (VTOL) vehicles that could quickly fly passengers across cities. Like helicopters, most of the VTOLs under development rely on propellers to produce the thrust needed for flight, which can be noisy. One startup's "fluidic propulsion system" uses compressed air and is therefore much quieter.


90ed1f0d No.3688521

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d3ecfa08 No.3688542

so it compresses air and then spits it out which is easier but actually less reliable and requires just as much maintenence as any other jet engine. okie and still requires alot of energy to do it and make sure it remains stable the entire time it runs on its own reserves, garunteed not to go haywire…thats the catch though.

90ed1f0d No.3688557

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7af57795 No.3688630

>Why didn't somebody think of this before??

It's the exact same design as the Moller Skycar from the 90's - they're only adding the "coanda effect" bullshit thruster on top.

So far, no full scale flying demonstrator exists. They claim to produce one by 2025. You can build RC scale models of the thruster that will fly by the sheer power density of a ducted RC plane fan, because the thrust-to-mass ratio of an airplane doesn't scale linearly so what they have already is no indicator that any of that stuff even works.

Designs aped from Moller who was an investment scammer with no intention to produce actual flying aircraft, with bullshit about the Coanda effect that is not actually a very strong effect and breaks up easily at larger scales, spells that this thing too is an investment scam built around a bullshit vehicle that will never exist.

7af57795 No.3688632

In fact, a "bladeless fan" or an air multiplier they're proposing is less efficient than simply running a ducted fan in free air - because it is a ducted fan with a constricting nozzle stuck to it. The duct-work and nozzle presents a flow restriction that increases the exhaust pressure and part of that energy goes into raising the temperature of the gas, which is useful mechanical work turned into heat.

The Dyson bladeless fan too is just a gimmick that moves less air for the same input power. Its real point is that the actual fan motor runs so fast you can't hear the high-pitched whine.

7af57795 No.3688636

The trick is, if you make a 1/4 model of an airplane, square law scaling means it requires 1/8th the lift to fly. Make it small enough and you don't need any aerodynamics or even proper wings - just stick a propeller or a fan in it and it will fly, which is what many RC model planes actually do.

Why companies like Honeywell may be interested in this even though the design won't scale up from a model airplane is actually similar to what Dyson does with their fans. A gas turbine fan inside the body is shielded from infrared cameras and heat seeking anti-aircraft weapons, and the nozzle system keeps the noise in: it's a good stealth military drone.

7af57795 No.3688638

>far future changes are more extreme than most people could ever predict.

Technology advances at the pace the society is able to integrate it and make positive returns with it. Nobody just builds it for no reason, for the sake of itself.

That means technology seems to advance at an exponential pace while the society, population and economy, is growing at an exponential pace. The society grows exponentially because the resource inputs, energy and materials, increase faster than consumption. Technology increases the ability to consume resources, which keeps the society growing, which keeps the technology advancing, but do you notice where it stops? When the resources stop growing. That's where the technology curve goes flat line because it can no longer help people utilize more resources that aren't available.

In human history, there have been several revolutions that have caused a step-increase in the availability of resources to the point that we've had enough "headroom" to maintain exponential growth until the next revolution. The agricultural revolution, the industrial revolution, fossil fuels, all have increased the availability of stuff to consume. In order to maintain these "extreme changes" in the future, as demanded by the exponential theory, we should be having another revolution in resources availability right about now, - but actually we're hitting against the limits of our planet to provide us with any more. We've actually exceeded it and now heading for a decline because of over-population eating all the resources. There won't be any "singularity" - people soon have to scale back with technology because we can't afford it any more.

0392a6da No.3688782

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Any day now.

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68108940 No.3691601

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e9401416 No.3691636

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I had a chair that had that kind of cheap pleather finish. Pretty sure anyone with ovaries who stood within 10 feet of it would have gotten pregnant by the time I threw it out.

The fabric was basically only held together by a mixture of dried lube and cum.

1a71a98d No.3691909

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The answer commonly given to the question, "Why can't we travel faster than the speed of light?" involves the mass of objects becoming infinitely large. That answer is fine, but there's a better one. Space and time are unified into a single entity known as spacetime. And every object travels through spacetime at the speed of light.


Objects move in spacetime at the speed of light. A stationary object isn’t moving through space at all, so the object is moving through time at the speed of light. Furthermore, an object moving through space at the speed of light has no speed left over to move through time.

Thus, the absolute maximum speed an object could move through space or time individually is also the speed of light. Note that this idea also explains the weird features of relativity, like time slowing down for an object as its speed gets faster and faster. An object traveling more through space is traveling less through time.

The reason that it is hard to travel through space at the speed of light is that you must push the object out of moving in the time direction to moving more in the space direction. And that turns out to be difficult…..


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