It’s basically another board that you attach to a Raspberry Pi or similar SCB that allows you to gain additional functionality like adding sensors, cooling, more ports and so on.
Here’s one example: (click). The green board at the bottom is a Raspberry Pi Zero (I think) and the blue board on top is a hat, specifically a Sense HAT. It has additional sensors like one for temperature, a gyroscope, barometer, etc.
It is highly unlikely that users on the internet will be completely replaced by AI bots in the foreseeable future. While AI technology is advancing rapidly, it still lacks the complex decision-making and reasoning skills that humans possess. Additionally, human interaction and creativity play a vital role in many aspects of the internet, from content creation to customer service. Therefore, it is safe to assume that humans will continue to be an integral part of the internet ecosystem for the foreseeable future.
For a second, I thought I was browsing the @fuck_cars community.
Not to be confused with ChimeraOS.
If I tried LaMDA? No, truth be told, I only found out about it when ChatGPT blew up. The reason I said it’s not as good as ChatGPT is because that’s what most articles I find online are saying: ChatGPT delivers information in a plainer, clearer way than anything on the market right now.
That said, my original statement is misleading, sorry about that! I’ll make an edit immediately.
Oh, for sure. They even have their own chatbot called LaMDA. Trouble is, reports are saying that it’s not as good as ChatGPT and Google knows this. Right now they’re in panic mode.
I’m glad this is getting more attention. I’ve recently tried joining a community for mental health only to find out they hang out on Telegram, which was alarming to me. I would hardly call a space owned by a company who sells data to government agencies a safe one. Regrettably, I wound up not joining because of this.
See, I don’t think it is. While Reddit has many, many problems, most users seem to be okay with it. Heck, until about year ago, there was a subreddit called WatchRedditDie which had ample proof of Reddit’s shortcomings. However, Reddit never really died, corporate interests just took over. After this revelation, the mods of the subreddit rightfully gave up and archived the subreddit. I believe Reddit will only die when a mass exodus of users takes place, which is just not happening right now.
I would go with fed-UH-verse. The word Fediverse is a portmanteau of the words federate and universe, right? So if we’re going with the US pronounciation of the words it’s fed-UH-rate and you-NUH-verse, both have the “uh” sound in the middle.
Things get a bit trickier if we’re using the UK pronounciation, though. The word federate is largely the same, but universe gets pronounced you-NEE-verse, so it could go either way.