It all started at a slow pace right after the formation of Indian Constitution. Indians were like Conductors during independence, highly energetic, focused on what they were about to deliver. But the constitution inducted an impurity that converted Indians to act as Semiconductors.
Slowly Indians who deserved the positions started getting the positions below the ones who do not deserve. The deserved ones either resigned or migrated overseas. The wrong ones started bugging in their positions. The bugs opened a vent that increased with time. Other countries started penetrating in the geographical map of India that reduced the size of India (Shouldn't we need the new map of India with actual control?). The desires of common people were put into dustbins of time and expensive processes. Created Black Money!!!
This all lead to ignorance and turned Indians to act as Insulators. By the time Indians did not realized the bug created another bug in itself affecting all the spheres of Indian Systems. ( I saw a faculty innocently teaching C# instead of VB.NET because the subject learned the same unaware of what was being taught!) There is no assurance of future. The ones who succeeded made their own efforts even by making unfair means fair but not getting the way they should.
It all started at a slow pace right after the formation of Indian Constitution. Indians were like Conductors during independence, highly energetic, focused on what they were about to deliver. But the constitution inducted an impurity that converted Indians to act as a Semiconductors.
Wow! so perfect and great example
This all lead to ignorance and turned Indians to act as Insulators. By the time Indians did not realized the bug created another bug in itself affecting all the spheres of Indian Systems
You can have all the tools in the world but if you don't genuinely believe in yourself, it's useless.
Yes. But this is just a start... Adversarial Networks is a possibility and would be a huge deal... I think the OpenAI implementation I mentioned in another post on this thread uses Adversarial networks to practice and get better (I can't find a reference I had read it on right now, so I might be misquoting... will post a link if I find it).
And recurrent networks (RNN), imagine having a chess AI trained with, maybe Anand's games. Now that'd result in a very interesting simulation of playing against a great grandmaster .
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Um...you do realize that RAID0 is basically "just a disk" - there is no additional protection at all, if a disk fails (and they all do) that's it, your data is gone, gone, gone ... the only extra you get is a bigger logical drive holding almost as much data as the two disks would have independently.
RAID controllers generally use standard algorithms, so if anyone has access to both your disk, they can easily access all your data. Wipe the disks!
Personally, I hate RAID0: it's less reliable than individual drives because a single failure loses all data on both drives, I use RAID 5 as a minimum - that way any single drive failure loses you no data at all (at the cost of approx 1/3 of the total space across 4 drives, more across 3)
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