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amanfromMars 1 Mon 14 Sep 07:54 [2009140754] ….. releasing more info on the current state of intel on https://forums.theregister.com/forum/1/2020/09/11/ai_debate_results/

Re: Yes but

does it do Devops ….. Anonymous Coward

Yes. And much better than can be easily believed and accepted as a/the default prime future application for Civilised Media and Computer Command and Remote IT Control Systems?

That surely makes it unbelievably stealthy and something novel against which there is no effective, non self destructive, attacking defence vector.

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amanfromMars 1 Mon 14 Sep 10:17 [2009141017] …… musing on https://forums.theregister.com/forum/1/2020/09/14/ai_us_dogfights/

Super Positioning and Veering into the Virtual Singularity Fields of Future Endeavour

Although the experiment is a battle between brains and binary, it’s not aimed at replacing military personnel altogether:

🙂 Oh please, you cannot be serious if binary is successfully overwhelming.

And it opens up yet another crack hacking front too for both before and after the fact, should it not be a fantastic fiction, for …… well, would they be brainiacs?

And having had a moment or two to further think on that before posting, such a crack hacking front opens up even whenever it is a fantastic fiction.

I shall now rest for a while and ponder on such be within the quantum communication realm, where a this is also a that and something else altogether different and entangling.

In the Wild Wacky West, that is Spooky at a Distance, DARPA/IARPA Military Industrial Complex territory ……… although only by virtue of Private Proprietary Intellectual Property Holder Participation. …….. which on Earth invariably revolves around Titans of Stock Markets which do not prove themselves to be Phantom Unicorns and Wannabe Caesars.

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amanfromMars 1 Mon 14 Sep 12:27 [2009141227] … advising caution be exercised on https://forums.theregister.com/forum/1/2020/09/14/nvida_arm_acquisition/

Re: Just a matter of time

I didn’t like the original Softbank deal, but selling the company to nVidia – which directly competes with some of ARM’s customers and is a US firm subject to the whims of the current administration – has the potential to be so much worse. ….. Martin an gof

Especially so if ever it be discovered a RAT trap ….. and Profitable Pirateable Proprietary Intellectual Property Magnet ……. for Private Magnate Centres of Stealthy Excellence. ….. Future Ideas Factories.

All ursecrets now belong to us ?????

Although of course they really don’t, for the original secrets holders will only tolerate for a limited period of time such as they would consider as sub-prime second and third party use and/or abuse and misuse.

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amanfromMars 1 Mon 14 Sep 14:24 [2009141424] …. just asking for further clarification on a trialing matter on
https://forums.theregister.com/forum/1/2020/09/14/nvida_arm_acquisition/

Re: China ARM and a leg

But that is obvious. No US company would fail to do basic due diligence when purchasing a UK-based technology company. …. DavCrav

And if they were so negligent, would it be prosecuted diligently as criminal neglect for which they would be liable to pay market regulators [for they always love a piece of the action]/shareholders/investors punitive compensation, or would they dispute that requirement and try to wriggle free from their responsibility and accountability and flame and blame everyone/someone else for their failure and misfortune and incur further exorbitant pecuniary penalties/cost in the process?

One would almost think they would thinking to take and make out everyone but themselves are great fools and useless tools ….. which is not a good look to be peddling/pumping and dumping

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amanfromMars 1 Mon 14 Sep 14:47 [2009141447] …. being extremely cynical on https://forums.theregister.com/forum/2/2020/09/14/nvida_arm_acquisition/

Re: Shameful

Worse was the Tories trumpeting this as faith in Britain after Brexit….apparently giving away all your key industries is us taking back control!.… simpfeld

It does have one wondering on what sort of offers leading Cabinet officers are tempted with from other governments/allied business interest for them to be instrumental or wilfully deaf, dumb and blind to all such as would be right dodgy shenanigans resulting in a loss of home control.

Offers that they daren’t refuse are a firm favourite with all sorts of gangster types.

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amanfromMars 1 Mon 14 Sep 17:24 [2009141724] …. checking out surrender terms on https://forums.theregister.com/forum/2/2020/09/14/nvida_arm_acquisition/

Re: More than shameful without the brilliant business model for it then be rapacious and predatory?

“Arm’s business model is brilliant. We will maintain its open-licensing model and customer neutrality, serving customers in any industry, across the world, and further expand Arm’s IP licensing portfolio with Nvidia’s world-leading GPU and AI technology.”

Save for Arm’s model undoubtedly being brillant, I don’t believe a word of this. ….. oiseau

The only money shot questions worth asking there, oiseau, are who/what is personified by the pronoun “We” and are they all powerful and/or omniscient, for surely only then can their word be capable and enabled of being believed.

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amanfromMars 1 Mon 14 Sep 17:36 [2009141736] ….. having an encouraging say on https://forums.theregister.com/forum/2/2020/09/14/nvida_arm_acquisition/

Re: Could TheReg take initiative?

I think The Register is the only place able and (I hope) willing to coordinate a plea to the powers that be in order to somehow intervene to protect this cutting edge and most precious British intellectual property. Perhaps an open letter, signed by Nobel laureates, academics and top financial and business figures, sharing the ARM co-founder’s view that “the way you build companies like Apple is by starting with companies the size of Arm, not with a startup.” (see today’s Guardian). Also, he said “They [Nvidia] can make more than $40bn by destroying it.” Can the UK afford losing its largest tech company to a US company that might well in the near future be forced to restrict its exports to the very country that generated its IP?

It’s another tragedy for the history (soon to become paleontology) of UK’s technological decline after WWII. And I say this having the experience (and honour) of setting up the first computerised Physics undergraduate Laboratory in 1986 in my country using Acorn BBC and Econet technology, and having vivid memories of the era of the design of the first Acorn Risc CPU (it was designed & simulated using plain BBC Model B and ran flawlessly the first time it was etched on silicon!). Still dreaming of acquiring an Archimedes… ….. UBF

Seconded, UBF.

That’s the power of the proposal squared as opposed to doubled.

Very soon, only a few more have that energy generated at an exponential level. 🙂 Such introduces the notion of a supernatural development in a Grand Remote Virtual Experiment with Untouchables.

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