Big corporations: we need to reduce regulations because all the red tape is hurting innovation
Also big corporations: we need more power to regulate what we let people can do with the stuff they buy from us to protect our innovation
@puzzled clearly the fat cat is a manager, and Karen wishes to see the manager.
Puzzled ... @puzzled ...
OK I see what you did there
"The uploader has not made this video available in your country"
If only media could spread as freely as pathogens.
@strypey I read it too...and I agree that it would improve the American situation. But that said the algorithms came into play in determining the theoretical results. I'm not sure it would result in a more representative government. I suppose it may "moderate" it somewhat.
The problems run deeper I think, and the most effective solution is to somehow take the politicians/candidates out of the process of defining the district's they contest.
@strypey The stinky part specifically is "sophisticated". Defining legislative districts could be based on population and major geographic features (rivers, major roads, etc that physically group populations into communities).
A fairly straightforward set of guidelines, plus districting commissions not made up of politicians at all, would make a big difference.
@strypey as soon as I saw the phrase "sophisticated mapping algorithms" I started smelling BS.
Disappointed but not surprised. It is an article in Fast Company after all.
Is that a Zoom video stream before being decrypted, or Cinemax After Dark as viewed though VideoCipher?
@evilscientistca this weather we're having is really flattening my curve
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