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Cake day: Oct 02, 2020


Nice thanks, you are right! Doing some more reading looks like its on their to do list.

Great looking project!

quick question why qemu? by which i mean why emu it? just to test it, or you have a specific setup going that you find works well?

This looks really interesting thanks!! Btw any ideas why PAX is disabled by default in this build?

Good info. And agree the media will always hype and blur the lines

Though i think it’s perhaps a little optimistic to think this kind of thing won’t inevitably contribute to the looming scifi dystopian future, including deployment outside the conventional battlefield…

wow you are spot on! how can they claim any form of user respect while using azure

1000% this ^

think about how much processing goes into making fucking gui’s more “visually appealing” frosted edges and blurred transparency etc. completely fucking pointless, useless and chewing enormous resources every day (silicon, battery power etc etc).

we are being lead down a dangerous path of pointless indulgence

Some nice research from Ben-Gurion University of the Negev. …

you have a point, but a proper study should also address that. and if they don’t that is absolutely a separate issue.

ahh gotcha, that is fair

i like to recommend f.lux since to my knowledge they were leading the way with this looong before anyone else started paying attention.

to add to this, avoid too much blue light before bed where possible. you can really help this by installing blue-colour filter apps on your phone/desktop etc like f.lux. most phones should have basic settings for that by now.

secondly it might help if you can explain what your issues are?

Never heard of this tool before, looks like a great find! Appreciated :)

Great to see some diversity coming through, the more the merrier really. This can only improve things for end users.

Came from a fabless Russian company. No mention where it was fab’d. Are we to assume TSCM ?(highly likely)

That is a great idea, but unfortunately will have extreme difficulty getting it’s outcome products approved for sale in any physical engineering disciplines.

If it gained enough respectable traction however, that could change!

And to stop mindlessly hoarding our data for their selfish ends

Great to see this discussion even taking place. But I’m willing to bet the multiple resale value of our data is currently well above $1k/year per person.

But hopefully these groups get some traction, and some healthy competition and we’ll see where it goes…

Exactly, just what we need, more IoT (Internet of Turds) everywhere.

With the current core speeds, you could be looking at taking around half an hour to process a packet which might take a current gen MCU for these applications (say 25-50 MHz) around a second. So will they just trickle data through slowly? Or more application specific accelerators? Clearly this was an integration scale proof of concept.

Surely they’re also aiming to increase the core speed, but the power budget for some of those ‘smart’ devices could be a limit. They may look at powering off your home wifi or cell signals etc, sitting there slowly charging & sensing then doing burst comms.

Can’t see them getting much internet capability yet unless they go for a hybrid process or a drop-in radio module etc, either will definitely limit the flexibility a bit. Probably some kind of NFC is where they’ll be aiming at least initially.