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On 14 July 2016 the FCC (Federal Communications Commission) of the USA made space available in the radio spectrum for consumer devices to operate within the 25 GHz to 100 GHz of the electromagnetic spectrum. Nowhere in its document is mention made of consumer safety or well-being. I guess that is fair of the FCC because historically, it is not interested in matters of microwave radiation and consequent thermal and non-thermal effects on the population. Let’s face it, and most people find this hard to believe, the FCC works purely on behalf of the telecoms industries in granting them access to the airwaves, no more and no less.
originally posted by: BotheLumberJack
a reply to: JanAmosComenius
This spring I'll repair facade and probably I'll implement well grounded metal net in it.
originally posted by: sapien82
a reply to: StallionDuck
The answer is simple , dont buy into this technology the less you depend on the products and services the less likley you are to be under any influence or control!
just the same as transhumanism , dont buy into the technology dont lease out your body , and dont diminish your humanity !
In the early ’90s, Elizabeth Behrman, a physics professor at Wichita State University, began working to combine quantum physics with artificial intelligence — in particular, the then-maverick technology of neural networks. Most people thought she was mixing oil and water. “I had a heck of a time getting published,” she recalled. “The neural-network journals would say, ‘What is this quantum mechanics?’ and the physics journals would say, ‘What is this neural-network garbage?’”
Today the mashup of the two seems the most natural thing in the world. Neural networks and other machine-learning systems have become the most disruptive technology of the 21st century. They out-human humans, beating us not just at tasks most of us were never really good at, such as chess and data-mining, but also at the very types of things our brains evolved for, such as recognizing faces, translating languages and negotiating four-way stops. These systems have been made possible by vast computing power, so it was inevitable that tech companies would seek out computers that were not just bigger, but a new class of machine altogether.
originally posted by: TEOTWAWKIAIFF
That is not the near future, that is available, right now, today! Remember to teach your kids about quantum computing or someone else will!
originally posted by: JanAmosComenius
I have also large backup battery with AC 230V and DC 12/5V output. It keeps my IT equipment + central coal furnace + emergency lights on for 8 hours.