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[–] voidx 2 points 2 days ago (1 children)

The fix doesn't help much for already affected systems, as they're even unable to boot. Only workaround is to manually delete the files in safe mode for every system one by one, which is even more difficult if it's bitlocker protected.

Absolutely crazy that they managed to screw up this bad.

[–] voidx 1 points 2 weeks ago

Oh, that's crazy. I guess it's more about the cost/risk of upgrading their core systems rather than the language itself.

[–] voidx 1 points 2 weeks ago (2 children)

Where is COBOL being used still?

[–] voidx 3 points 3 months ago

Source WSJ article without paywall:

[–] voidx 5 points 3 months ago

They seem to be experimenting with that for sure, but need to ensure quality of the model doesn't degrade, as per source article:

Anthropic’s chief scientist, Jared Kaplan, said some types of synthetic data can be helpful. Anthropic said it used “data we generate internally” to inform its latest versions of its Claude models. OpenAI also is exploring synthetic data generation, the spokeswoman said.

[–] voidx 3 points 4 months ago* (last edited 4 months ago)

Probably those who distrust technology companies in general I'd guess.

Here's the original link of the study:

[–] voidx 6 points 4 months ago

Only a trace amount in the air. Water is the best source but energy intensive to extract.

[–] voidx 3 points 8 months ago (1 children)

As requested, we've added the old reddit UI.
It can be accessed here: https://old.futurology.today

[–] voidx 1 points 9 months ago

Apart from Dokku, there's coolify and caprover.

[–] voidx 3 points 10 months ago

This seems to be the conversation logs being used for training Bard, without the bits pulled from Gmail etc. (if we're to believe the bard workspace TOS). I believe OpenAI does it too, for improving chatgpt, unless you've an enterprise subscription.

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