marado

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Systems Engineer, Free Software advocate, Musician, Virtual World God.

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In-reply-to » @slashdot so, the same conversation as with green cement: the science exists. yhe technology is there, but because it is more expensive, we'll keep using the polluting option. We really need stronger, faster, tougher regulation.

@abucci@anthony.buc.ci @prologic@twtxt.net I totally understand the frustration that comes with not being politically aligned with the two big parties - I feel it from experience, as my personal situation is not dissimilar. But the only thing stopping the smaller parties from growing is… support, votes. And sometimes, even a small party can make great things (proposing good bills that are actually approved by the other parties, for eg.).

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In-reply-to » @slashdot so, the same conversation as with green cement: the science exists. yhe technology is there, but because it is more expensive, we'll keep using the polluting option. We really need stronger, faster, tougher regulation.

@prologic@twtxt.net It doesn’t just because regulations don’t exist, are poorly drafted, and often toothless. But the answer to that is stronger and better regulation, and I don’t really see any alternative to it.

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In-reply-to » UK Scientists Discover Method To Reduce Steelmaking's CO2 Emissions By 90% Researchers from the University of Birmingham have developed an innovative method for existing furnaces that could reduce steelmaking's CO2 emission by nearly 90%. The Next Web reports: The iron and steel industry is a major cause of greenhouse gasses, accounting for 9% of global emissions. That's because of the inherent carbon- ... ⌘ Read more

@slashdot@feeds.twtxt.net so, the same conversation as with green cement: the science exists. yhe technology is there, but because it is more expensive, we’ll keep using the polluting option. We really need stronger, faster, tougher regulation.

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In-reply-to » US and EU To Launch First-Of-Its-Kind AI Agreement The United States and European Union on Friday announced an agreement to speed up and enhance the use of artificial intelligence to improve agriculture, healthcare, emergency response, climate forecasting and the electric grid. Reuters reports: A senior U.S. administration official, discussing the initiative shortly before the official announcement, called it the first swee ... ⌘ Read more

@prologic@twtxt.net I don’t think so. But it is a case of something… both parties here are saying “I don’t trust you with my data which I think gives me a competitive advantage so I’m not going to open it up, but you should trust me when I say this opaque models trained with my secret data are so good you should use them”.

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In-reply-to » US and EU To Launch First-Of-Its-Kind AI Agreement The United States and European Union on Friday announced an agreement to speed up and enhance the use of artificial intelligence to improve agriculture, healthcare, emergency response, climate forecasting and the electric grid. Reuters reports: A senior U.S. administration official, discussing the initiative shortly before the official announcement, called it the first swee ... ⌘ Read more

@slashdot@feeds.twtxt.net Seriously, I cannot believe that either side here is naive enough not to know what sort of war they are actually starting…

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