In philosophy, there’s an ethical question called the trolley problem. If you had to push one large person in front of a moving trolley to save a group of people on the tracks, would you? This abstract idea has taken hold in programming self-driving cars: what happens if it’s impossible to avoid everyone?
–Who Will Driverless Cars Decide To Kill? | Australian Popular Science
I don’t whether to laugh or cry!
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A great quick overview of the pros and cons of Google’s new organizational structure:
Copying and pasting code and changing it to meet the requirements is what developers do all the time. . .
Source: So I’m Allowed to Cheat? – Treehouse Blog
This is a big win for those of us obsessed with punctuation and grammar!
“If the village desires a different reading, it should amend the ordinance and insert a comma,” Judge Robert Hendrickson wrote.
Ohio appeals court ruling is a victory for punctuation, sanity – The Washington Post
He’s the man who flew too much.
He clocked more than 10 million miles and 10,000 flights. He used his power to fly hopeless strangers home, a friend to the Louvre, and a priest to Rome to meet the pope.
He hopped planes to other cities just for a baseball game or a sandwich.
Everybody, even American’s CEO, knew his name.
The storms are coming to Baltimore today!