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Microsoft unveils 'AI-ready' PCs

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AI spotting software better hurry and catch up so teachers will be able to see if any of their students are actually learning anything and if the dumb ones are getting high of a score as the smart kids that actually do their work.

There are software like that already

Heck, ChatGPT makes one themselves:

"ChatGPT maker fields tool for spotting AI-written text"

https://phys.org/news/2023-02-chatgpt-maker-fields-tool-ai-written.html

They're using their AI to spot AI works. Think about that, lol

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Microsoft unveils 'spy-you ready' PCs.

They already do that - with or without AI

As well as your other devices

Pretty much the only way one gets out of it is to get off the grid

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Microsoft unveils 'spy-you ready' PCs.

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More convenient to ask the ai now whenever they have troubles with windows and pc

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Does everyone have to try and dress like Steve Jobs whenever they announce their new line-ups? Whatever happened to a nice white dress shirt and slacks?

If I were still in school, I'd be dancing up a jig not having to do anything but ask ChatGPT for answers to my homework assignments. Wouldn't have to write an actuall essay either.

AI spotting software better hurry and catch up so teachers will be able to see if any of their students are actually learning anything and if the dumb ones are getting high of a score as the smart kids that actually do their work.

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All the new CPUs have NPUs (Neural Processing Units) built-in, including Apple

Your smartphones will have it too

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“AI” products are a scam. Within a year suddenly a billion “ai” products were invented and somehow that means x price increases. People really let them get away with this newest buzzword nonsense.

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Clippy AI indeed GBR48.

I'll pass.

As for the rest of your post, spot on.

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Clippy AI. Entirely unwelcome. I hope there is some way of disabling this. All the useful bits of it are already available in most browsers. The rest is best avoided.

Computers work best by being relatively dumb. By doing what users want them to, and doing the same thing each time. Preferably without blue-screening. If you thought predictive text was a bad thing, this scales the potential snafus up across your computing experience.

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Easy hacked,like all Windows OS

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