"The first part is true of all statistical models: To improve performance by a factor of k, at least k2 more data points must be used to train the model. The second part of the computational cost comes explicitly from overparameterization. Once accounted for, this yields a total computational cost for improvement of at least k4. That little 4 in the exponent is very expensive: A 10-fold improvement, for example, would require at least a 10,000-fold increase in computation."
Yet another thing to maybe take a minute to worry about.
It's a hot market!
It sounds good and I might well buy one. My doubt would be whether I could keep it working. I've burned through at least three trackers now. Color me skeptical.
It's just one video, but it sure looks bad. Road & Track:
It is perhaps the best comprehensive video at illustrating just how morally dubious, technologically limited, and potentially dangerous Autopilot's "Full Self Driving" beta program is.
For your information.
I don't yet believe in Bitcoin taking over the world, but Jeffrey Tucker at AIER offers a useful speculation about if it did happen, what an important consequence would be.
This has been the first choice of my wife and me for quite a while now. It's pretty amazing how often it works.
This piece lists a few alternatives to Facebook, Twitter, WhatsApp, and YouTube.
As stated before here, I think conservatives should avoid trying to regulate through antitrust what they think are the bad actors in tech. Competition is a far better fix. See, for examples, "The free market is the best way to curtail power of technology firms" and "On Richard Epstein on Regulating 'Big Tech'" (by Donald Boudreaux).
"Inconvenient" is right.