Sorry About Computer

New decade, new nonsense

Car kept jamming on the brakes thinking this was a person 🤦‍♂️ The NN was dreaming @greentheonly pic.twitter.com/ARQn23oXLl

— Electric Future (@electricfuture5) September 26, 2020

I can’t upgrade the firmware of my electrical toothbrush because I once did jailbreak my phone, and while that is no longer the case with running iOS 14, some files likely did remain so @Philips locks me out. cc @internetofshit pic.twitter.com/qYQoOy168B

— Peter Steinberger (@steipete) September 27, 2020

The fact that Twitters shitty AI cropping is even like this with toys is wild. https://t.co/KlA6m6rLW4

— that one dog guy (@ThatOneDogGuy) September 27, 2020

how is this still up lol pic.twitter.com/54WwF2AElT

— 😈 (@turtlekiosk) September 24, 2020

Todd Howard reveals that one of the tricks to combat low memory on the original Xbox was to reboot the console without the player noticing pic.twitter.com/9HcbztOUCF

— Nibel (@Nibellion) September 23, 2020

Google and Apple maps need to accept their social responsibility and optimise their routing for people, not just travel time. Sending cars down residential streets for a sub-1min journey time reduction is not acceptable. https://t.co/yoYCes59G3

— Richard Fairhurst (@richardf) September 23, 2020

This summer, a Black family was arrested and held face-down in asphalt after an ALPR thought their SUV was a stolen motorcycle from another state.

A new @BrennanCenter report analyzes the legal and policy landscape of this pervasive surveillance tool. https://t.co/29sFx86wAP

— Ángel S. Díaz (@AngelSDiaz_) September 10, 2020

I avoid Strava for the creepiness factor anyway, but helping random strangers you run past figure out your home address? Has nobody on this product team ever worried about personal safety? https://t.co/DAMFjnx7gG

— Kim Goodwin (@kimgoodwin) September 18, 2020

CA's EDD system uses a scanner that cannot process the color red so it cannot read the red-print birthday information on scanned images of CA drivers licenses. https://t.co/IlyN3jFZ35

— RedwoodGirl (@RedwoodGirl) September 20, 2020

A faculty member has been asking how to stop Zoom from removing his head when he uses a virtual background. We suggested the usual plain background, good lighting etc, but it didn't work. I was in a meeting with him today when I realized why it was happening.

— Colin Madland (@colinmadland) September 19, 2020

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