A few months ago, conversations about the AI takeover resurfaced once again, when OpenAI released their new language tool. As one of the cleverest bots yet, it’s able to synthesize and summarize multiple sources of information, as well as produce readable content that (with a little human-editing) can appear shockingly authentic.
While we don’t know how much of a role AI will play in future content generation, we do know that it’s becoming an increasingly useful tool. …
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It’s subtle enough to miss, but from June of this year, if you click on the featured snippet of a Google search, Google will automatically scroll a destination webpage and highlight your search result in yellow, pointing out the information it thinks best answers your query, directly on the page.
The tool is most useful to those looking for quick, definitive results. If you want to know when the first case of COVID-19 was reported, who designed the Death Star, or how to make the perfect gin and tonic, Google will now help you find that answer a little bit…
Like many, I wrote to my local MP to express my concern over the actions of Dominic Cummings during the lockdown. I didn’t expect a reply.
Instead, I found this on my doormat on Friday. I’m posting it here, as I’m wondering if anyone else received the letter?
It’s not insensitive to find moments of positivity within a horrible situation. In fact, it should be encouraged — especially if you’re feeling down.
If you are struggling for a silver lining during the pandemic, here’s a suggestion: use this time of minor reclusion to be freely, unashamedly, unconcernedly yourself.
I don’t mean: you should be using your free time to better yourself. This isn’t a competition. Don’t worry about becoming your best self. Just be your-self. And don’t feel guilty if that includes a streak of happiness at aspects of our new normal.
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Or herd immunity didn’t happen quite as was suggested. Or antibody tests were found to indicate nothing more than political preference. Or any number of terrible things combined to make reinfection a real and total bummer.
Although COVID-19 peaked and faded (and your neighborhood, like the rest of the world, pretty much recovered) we never got around to developing a solution for those darn viral pandemics. So when COVID-20 reared its head, we didn’t get a headstart. Not to mention the rapidly evolving Super Virus that was COVID-21through23.
It’s well into the decade, and COVID-24 has run rampant, subjecting us…
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Being in Vancouver BC, I’m lucky to have access to a bunch of world-class trails and hikes. Like the rest of the Pacific Northwest, not only is it there a lot of rain, but the summers are hot and it can be incredibly humid, especially when at lower altitudes in the forest.
Combine that with coastal winds, and some of the best trails on the west…