Was just thinking how one problem with telling lies is that you have to remember them all. Then I remembered that quite a lot of famous politicians have been known for their extraordinary memories. I'd always wondered about that. Now I may have a theory to explain it...
“Einstein later expressed gratitude that he ended up as a patent examiner rather than an assistant professor, for academia might have induced him to publish ‘safe’ papers that embraced accepted theories.”
5G is a huge open problem for engineering since somehow we're going to have to add several hundreds of megabytes to every web page. We have an impeccable track record though so I'm sure someone will figure it out
Related -- how hard it is to figure out what beliefs of yours are false. It all just seems like "background" -- need to write/discuss/make beliefs explicit in order to back out truth & falsity. https://t.co/1x9LJwkEGB
“The copying was so extensive that Huawei inadvertently copied bugs in Cisco’s software...
“Huawei couldn’t release its routers for shipment until it fixed a substantial number of the common Cisco bugs contained in the Huawei routers” for fear of giving away the plagiarism https://t.co/iTQpPtyCwm
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