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Rich Felker
Yeah, I do , FOSS & infosec stuff. But now is not the time for a mostly-/only-tech Twitter feed.
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The Jewish Worker 5h
Never again is now.
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Irina Dumitrescu Jun 15
What I used to think being an expert meant: I know a lot of stuff. What I now think being an expert is: I know I don't know things that other people don't even know they don't know.
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Rich Felker 5h
Replying to @wendynather @sortiecat
Twitter kinda messes up the test by the cropping.
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Rich Felker 7h
Replying to @whitequark
Ability to customize the translation code is a key aspect though. Gives owner freedom to fix bugs.
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Rich Felker 7h
Replying to @whitequark
Probably. I never understood exactly what they did or tried to do.
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Rich Felker 7h
Replying to @whitequark
Reverse engineering whatever protocol is used for multiple discrete x86 cpus & interfacing with it.
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Rich Felker 7h
Replying to @whitequark
Also had an idea to do this plus more via an ISA designed around emulating others, shadow pages for translated code, page fault on first exec hit to page.
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Rich Felker 7h
Replying to @whitequark
Not on custom Si, rather using a commodity one and interfacing with it.
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Rich Felker 8h
Replying to @JohnDonker @whitequark
Yes, but not with an OS model to match it. Instead the hidden cores run in ridiculous high privilege levels outside the main one and OS.
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Rich Felker 8h
Replying to @whitequark
Yes but the idea was you could keep the fast native ARM, x86, etc. cores powered down when running core OS on riscv or j4.
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whitequark 8h
one day, when i have too much free time, i want to make a CPU that can run an OR1K process, a RISC-V process, and an ARMv7 process natively, and change its ISA on up to every context switch
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Rich Felker 8h
Replying to @whitequark
I had an idea to do like this but with an SMP like model, multiple cpus with different ISAs with a common kernel, scheduling tasks on the ones that can run them. Shared memory, fs, etc.
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Rich Felker 8h
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Christopher Bouzy 24h
Thread: The following photos were created using machine learning and artificial intelligence, and the photos are 100% fake. It took me a few minutes to generate the photos, and the photos can be used to create convincing fake profiles. This is a preview of what to expect in 2020.
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Rich Felker 9h
Replying to @cbouzy @polotek
In theory there should be strong linear correlations that the same model used to create them could be used to detect, no?
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Kim Kelly Jun 12
As a direct result of this right-wing troll's "study," a dozen journalists (myself included) ended up on a neo-Nazi kill list last week.
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im bird 10h
Replying to @0xabad1dea
I like how it only took what, like a decade for crypto to go from "decentralised, no banks, no governments, financial anarchy" to "here's a money supply governed by a megacorp and endorsed by visa, MasterCard and PayPal"
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@landley 14h
Replying to @landley
The name "Nancy Pelosi" needs to go down in history next to Neville Chamberlain and Regime de Vichy.
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Eli Valley Jun 11
Every Dem candidate needs to understand: It is *non-negotiable* that there be crimes against humanity trials when this ends. Every Trump-abetting member of organized religion needs to understand: They will be excommunicated. This too is non-negotiable. We know what is happening.
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Rich Felker 13h
Replying to @MarkusWinand @oe1cxw
This isn't specific to Java.
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