• Is there an option where I can make the "Source" option on each answer I write automatically write something everytime I click "Submit"?

    I want the Source option to generate a written message everytime I click "Submit" instead of having to write it down each time. Is there a way I can do that?
    I want the Source option to generate a written message everytime I click "Submit" instead of having to write it down each time. Is there a way I can do that?
    5 answers · 16 hours ago
  • If AI can't reproduce or create new AI, how could it ever overpower humans?

    Recently I've been interested in AI, and reading all these people who say AI is very dangerous and could take over the world, I have an inquiry: Even if a fully-functional, human-like AI like Ava from the movie Ex-Machina were to walk out into society, her kind would be limited in the fact that they can't... show more
    Recently I've been interested in AI, and reading all these people who say AI is very dangerous and could take over the world, I have an inquiry: Even if a fully-functional, human-like AI like Ava from the movie Ex-Machina were to walk out into society, her kind would be limited in the fact that they can't reproduce. Every ability that an AI has must be programmed into it, or taught to it somehow. If humans never teach AI how to create AI of its own, AI won't ever be able to sustain itself alone. So if an AI walked out on the street and killed someone, all it would require to stop the future worry is to destroy the AI. Game over. Without a way to reproduce on its own, AI can't ever truly overpower humans. Am I right in this thinking?
    4 answers · 21 hours ago
  • Backgrounds..Is this considered copywright?

    Can you use a background (picure of glitter for example in google search) for business promos for instagram/fb or is that considered copywright? Thanks
    Can you use a background (picure of glitter for example in google search) for business promos for instagram/fb or is that considered copywright? Thanks
    4 answers · 2 days ago
  • Im a CS major and a sophomore, but I have not learned any programming languages.?

    I used to know vb.net and python but forgot everything. Im learning C this semester. Should I review python and vb or just move on to java, js and R?Im trying to get into big companies. Thanks.
    I used to know vb.net and python but forgot everything. Im learning C this semester. Should I review python and vb or just move on to java, js and R?Im trying to get into big companies. Thanks.
    6 answers · 4 days ago
  • I'm creatin a web app. I offten change design of it because I don't like it (buttons, fields, background etc..).?

    It's already getting on my nervs. I'm not a desiner. I would like to know has everyone same problem?
    It's already getting on my nervs. I'm not a desiner. I would like to know has everyone same problem?
    4 answers · 2 days ago
  • I want to create a website but how?

    10 answers · 6 days ago
  • How to access my hard drive?

    i have another hard drive from another LP that i want to transfer data to this LP, however i keep getting a loop. Every time i ask to get permission to access the user folder it loops forever. how can i fix this, i need my files from that hard drive into this one.
    i have another hard drive from another LP that i want to transfer data to this LP, however i keep getting a loop. Every time i ask to get permission to access the user folder it loops forever. how can i fix this, i need my files from that hard drive into this one.
    4 answers · 4 days ago
  • What the hell is the "system password" and where can I find it?

    Best answer: You need to contact the person who set up the password in the first place. You can try removing the CMOS battery for half an hour - this may reset the BIOS to defaults but often the BIOS password is stored in an EEPROM and you may have to return the computer to the manufacturer.
    Best answer: You need to contact the person who set up the password in the first place. You can try removing the CMOS battery for half an hour - this may reset the BIOS to defaults but often the BIOS password is stored in an EEPROM and you may have to return the computer to the manufacturer.
    4 answers · 4 days ago
  • Why was "Assembly Language" created?

    7 answers · 1 week ago
  • Career Question about Programming/Software?

    So basically, I have my eyes set on a career in programming, software engineering etc. I'm currently taking a high school course that introduces us into programming (We're doing VB.net). Next year I'm planning to take the gr 11 course (we learn Java, and yes I'm still quite young). Basically, my the... show more
    So basically, I have my eyes set on a career in programming, software engineering etc. I'm currently taking a high school course that introduces us into programming (We're doing VB.net). Next year I'm planning to take the gr 11 course (we learn Java, and yes I'm still quite young). Basically, my the teacher is awful. For example, when he teaches new concepts all he does is give us a lesson on our cloud and gives us a program to code based on that concept. He doesn't verbally teach us anything, and if we don't understand he tells us to search it up online. Other students that as well want to get into programming in the class are completely frustrated at this. I've been rethinking if I should take the course next year, I want to do programming in the future but I don't want to deal with all of this again. I just want to hear what others have to say, and what you would do in my shoes. Thanks!
    6 answers · 7 days ago
  • In layman's term, how does bitcoin work?

    Best answer: There are 2 aspects to bitcoin. The first is the technical details, so, although it can be described a little bit in laymen's terms by saying it involves algorithms, it's difficult to go deeper. The second is just using bitcoins. And you can think of it like a stock on the stock market. The value goes... show more
    Best answer: There are 2 aspects to bitcoin.

    The first is the technical details, so, although it can be described a little bit in laymen's terms by saying it involves algorithms, it's difficult to go deeper.

    The second is just using bitcoins. And you can think of it like a stock on the stock market. The value goes up and down, and, essentially, it's worth whatever people are willing to pay for it -- if they can find a seller willing to sell at that price.

    So, then the question becomes, WHY is anyone willing to buy it -- why do they consider it worth something. Part of the answer to that is that the algorithms make bitcoin rare, like gold. Why is gold worth anything? You can't eat it. You can make jewelry, but does anyone really NEED jewelry.

    People buy bitcoin because they HOPE that it will go up in value. That's the same reason why anyone buys any investment.

    To a certain extent, bitcoin changes value because people are always mining it -- using algorithms to create more. But that's a difficult thing to do -- that's what keeps it relatively rare. But creating more lowers the value. The new bitcoin is valuable to the person who mined it. He or she got it for free -- but they had to do work to get it.
    4 answers · 5 days ago