Will there ever be an intelligent chatbot /g/? What technology is closest? Microsoft's attempt with Zo (Tay's successor) simply created a mental infant with an incredibly restricted filter(pic somewhat related). The best I've found is the Mitsuku chat bot, but is there anything better currently around or coming soon?
It is true that android is first platform to get 20 core device with 16GB of RAM then proceeds to lag the fuck out to oblivion anyway while getting its ass kicked by 2 core iPhone.
Still the king after all those years
I want to agree and disagree at the same time.
I still have it, with Nougat. But on the other hand, it's starting to suffer from bloated software that devs make nowadays. Many apps that ran flawlessly back in the days, now eat a lot of ram.
And I can't say its screen is great after being spoiled by Samsung and their AMOLED screens
This uses 20% of one CPU with one tab watching Twitch.
Vivaldi uses ~ 80%, same with Chrome. Firefox is 60%.
Combined with uBlock advanced mode + JSBlocker, this seems like the best browsing experience.
>not piping your twitch streams through mpv and chatting on irc
I have an old ass i5 2500 (stock speeds) and my cpu usage is almost nothing right now. Fuck using the shitty web player in your browser
>Finland have Nokia
>Korea have Samsung
>China have Xiaomi
>Japan have Sony
and russia has ???
why are they so useless at developing tech, you would think they would have at least one decent handset eating into western markets by now
Whole country is pretty much unhabitable plains with few towns and villages closer to medieval times than to modern culture. Also with corruption being part of every aspect of life, they should be glad that air is free to breath.
Why aren't you using the best distro ever /g/?
Remember to wear striped socks and eat raw hot peppers to improve your programming abilities! What are you working on, /g/?
Old thread: >>62369794
void* based generics are strictly better than macro based generics
/g/ eternally BTFO
even the most simple distro, Ubuntu, is impossible to use. the only people who use Linux are basement dwelling virgins. Actually software developers use Windows, the professional OS.
>no ctrl+f thread
>no shitposting thread
what exactly does one post in a ctrl+f thread
I want the gaymer niggers to leave this board immediately. Every fucking day I get on this fucking technigger board I see stupid motherfucking faggot gpu benchmark threads. fuck you assholes, and fuck your mothers with my penis.
Honest thoughts on Windows Defender?
Is there realistically any reason to upgrade from Windows 7?
There isn't any reason to upgrade to 8/10, and there are no reasons to not do that either
The main reason why someone would want to upgrade is if you need the features that those upgrades offer, win8 introduces the windows store for a centralized way to get your software from (it also went to shit after w10 release, no more apps are developed for 8), then in win10 you have the dx12 meme, actual color emoji support, and a solid upgrade for start menu
Whenever you'd like to upgrade is up to one's taste, no one is forcing you to do anything and if you're fine with what you have then please keep using win7
The normy perception of hacking is a meme. Stallman describes hacking as playful cleverness. This in of itself is not malicious. On the other hand, CRACKING is meant to deliberately compromise a system, steal data without approval, install malware, and so on.
Again, only the general public's perception of hacking is a meme.
What do you even fucking mean by this? Are you questioning the exact definition of hacking or questioning if hacking is real?
>coding in vim
Fucking tryhard nerds. Why do you guys always feel the need to make things harder on yourselves for no reason? Just use a normal text editor like real programmers. Stop being edgy.
Vim is easier.
Editing text is easier in vim than a plain text editor like nano because I have to press fewer keys to perform the same edits. To delete four lines, I can simply press 4dd How do I do that in nano or notepad.exe?
Vim is also easier than an IDE. IDEs shove a bunch of buttons and menus in your face. All the useful features that IDEs have, like auto-completion, exist in Vim as plugins. Plugins you only install if you need, and which don't clutter up your screen with complicated GUIs.
If you want to use something other than vim, that's fine with me. What you use doesn't bother me. Why are you bothered by what I use?
>6'' edge-to-edge display
>both European and North American LTE bands (even supports weird bands only Sprint uses)
>min 64 GB flash storage
>min 6 GB RAM
Where were you when the chinks won the smartphone war?