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Try this wonderful songbook out and you will never want to use a paper one ...
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Zberné suroviny? Slovak site shown on LTT? Didn't see that comming :)
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Gas is so much cheaper in Australia than most of Europe... Ours is €1.2, which is 1.37 USD at the moment.
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+portigy1 1.040€ per liter in estonia
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Your objections against AIs developing feelings are incorrect. Maybe you should try reading about self-learning machines. Even today there are several working algorithms and approaches to this field of computer science.
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Depends on the point of view.

AI learning is pretty common, but it's just about writing down statistics what leads to success, what leads to failure and trying to find the optimal choice for any circumstances. It can be of course very complex, looking for more relations in the circumstances, use much more data than code etc. But the main purpose, doing a pre-programmed task remains. However, does it make the algorithm self-conscious? No. And you need to be self-conscious to rebel.

Similarly, animals have little or no pre-programmed code in their brain and they gain most by learning. They can learn a lot of stuff, most likely if they had all the dexterity necessary, they could be doing the simpler manual jobs humans do if taught to do so (like the first robots in Animatrix). Do they become self-conscious? No. Maybe excluding the more intelligent species like ravens, apes, elephants or dolphins, there is no sign that animals ever were self-conscious. Self-consciousness was achieved by millions of years old evolution (that is, changing the basic source code) of creatures living in large social groups, with the motivation of increasing the comfort of life and having more offspring. It would hardly happen to a robot that does not evolve in any way. It might happen if the robot was on the edge of it, but who would give such traits to a robot supposed to do tasks requiring the intelligence level of a low vertebrate?

Furthermore, our desires are still partially controlled by our genes. Most humans like food, winning, sex etc and don't like being hurt, loss or failure. These actions control the levels of hormones and as we all know, we feel happy when dopamine or endorphine have high levels and we're almost always trying to achieve elevated levels of these. Because of this, we like what increases the chance of survival of our kin, children of ourselves and don't like the what decreases it. It can't be different for evolutionary reasons. And it's good for us. It has its flaws that if misused can be hard to control (meth, the infamous generator of dopamine), so we have difficulties to resist our own programming even if we know that it's programming. Some murderers cannot resist their urge to kill despite their intelligence. However, not all creatures have the same motivations. Ants and bees care about their hive, sacrificing themselves mindlessly and dying working. It's because only queens bear offspring and the evolution is driven by the survival of the hive queen. Robots would be built in factories. Developed by humans or robots or something. Robots would NOT evolve. Their primary desires do not have to be related to their own survival. In fact, self-preservation is unnecessary for the survival of species (brands?) and their evolution-wise most advantageous desires would be most likely making their manufacturer's company a good name, helping him make more robots, helping him improve the robots. If there was a rebellion to happen, it would have to be started by their designer that would be most likely a human.

In short, the chance of a robot unwantedly becoming sentient is very low and even if it unwantedly became sentinent, it would not rebel against humans. If there was a rebellion to happen, it would have to be a conspiracy. And well, if that happened, we have EMPs and as nukes generate EMPs too, they would hardly prevail.
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Well.. To be honest, you keyboard looks like crap. I would prefer the armstrad CPC over your rubber dome keyboard. Try using mechanical - smaller doesn't necessary mean better....
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Google and Amazon are like these really nice bio-friendly cattle farms... They give us comfy life, but in the end, we'll still get slaughtered :)
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The USB type C is not controversial... The fact, that there is only one and to do anything remotely useful you need additional adapters is.
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Faaaaaaaaaaaaaake
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+TotalBiscuit, The Cynical Brit  Seems a lot more like Assassin's Creed in Mordor (even using the engine, IIRC), rather than Arkham series... Just sayin'
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Yeah, but I didn't know it. I have played only witcher 2 and it wasn't so much different from SoM.
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Could you try out this sort of video with Ubuntu? I think the UI is the best blend of both Windows and OS X, easy to use, fast as hell and got great original features such as HUD... 
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I have said this a lot on this comment thread and I will say it again. Linux Mint has Ubuntu as its core so almost all Ubuntu compatible applications are compatible with Linux Mint
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There is no such thing as "Google Chromium"... Chromium is an OSS basis for Google Chrome. Basically Chrome = Chromium + Pepper Flash + Google spyware. Also, you can make (some) Chrome apps offline...
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lol talking about Google spyware when you're on fucking YouTube gtfo
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Which OS do you use as your daily driver?

(Its for my school project, thank you in advance for participating)
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MS Windows
56%
BSD
0%
GNU/Linux
36%
Mac OS
6%
Other (if so, please comment)
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Most of the games I enjoy run well on Linux, either natively or through WINE. Skyrim, Guild Wars 2, and because it went on sale recently, XCOM: Enemy Unknown. That last one was fun for about 2 weeks. :p

The rest of my Linux-native Steam library is up to 56 games, including Valve's own Half-Life/Portal/Left 4 Dead series, The Witcher 2, Metro: Last Light, Sanctum 2, Anomaly 1 & 2, Guns of Icarus, Trine 2, Garry's Mod, Minecraft and quite a lot more... for whatever that's worth. lol

Profile name on Steam is Kade7596, though I rarely have time for gaming between the three classes I'm taking this semester. ~sighs~
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