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  • A minutes worth of a fire alarm sprinkler system for a whole house (about 567 litters per minute) is an insane amount of water to be putting out. It takes days for a house to dry out after on of those go off.

    I say this to say that the high end number doesn't make sense to me in a realistic usage case.

  • Survey shows most people wouldn't pay extra for AI-enhanced hardware | 84% of people said no
  • A couple planets! /s

    I would be willing to never have one in my life time just to see climate change slowed to a rate nature can naturally adapt and people can afford to adjust to honestly.

    I dont forsee it being any worse then food waste and wasted grocery trips are for me.

    Computer vision, a couple services, a db, and network access can be pretty light weight. Any extra voice, natural language interface, etc is probably overkill and without special hardware (and the ecogical cost of that) not worth it on an energy use stand point.

    All speculation of course

  • How SUSE Is Replacing Red Hat as the Linux and Open Source Enterprise Standard-Bearer
  • Rocky doesn't support the range or products needed to be "the" enterprise suite.

    Heck you could even go Liberty Linux and have the same bins as Rock but support under SUSE, plus k8s, plus update management, plus security tools, plus k8s multi cluster, plus some ai thing to convince investors you are doing something with it.

    Like, and all that's great, but honestly still not "enough" all under one roof for some enterprise costumers who are just looking to turn a problem into an expense.

  • Survey shows most people wouldn't pay extra for AI-enhanced hardware | 84% of people said no
  • I use a llm fine tuned on medical stuff for minor medical questions or to prep for medical appointments (getting on the same page as the doc can save some serious time, say the wrong thing and they'll get hung up on it for a year lol).

    I really want to combine it something like fasten health so I can go over my medical data on my own machines faster. Pipe dream rn because getting that data from the docs is a pain in the dick, but still would be cool to me.

  • Survey shows most people wouldn't pay extra for AI-enhanced hardware | 84% of people said no
  • I want AI in my fridge for sure. Grocery shopping sucks. Forgetting how old something was sucks. Letting all the cool out to crawl around to see what I have sucks.

    I want my fridge to be like the Sims, just get deliveries or pickup the order. Fill it out and get told what ingredients I have. Bonus points if you can just tell me what recipes I can cook right now, even better if I can ask for time frame.

    That would be sick!

    Still not going to give ecorp all of my data or put some half back internet of stings device on my WiFi for it. But it would be cool.

  • Why does the US government subsidize the building of EV chargers?
  • Your last paragraph is probably a good reason why. Its a pot sweetener, just enough to get people to do it and maybe some stipulations to make it more beneficial to the economy at large.

    If the government can spend 100 dollars and convince you to invest the other 900, then its a 9x times more effective spend of that money.

  • Transhumanism @lemmy.ml fruitycoder @sh.itjust.works

    Is Uplifting Ethical?

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    Open Source Seeds to fight to keep agriculture free!

    cross-posted from: https://sh.itjust.works/post/12252955

    > Open Source principles applied to biotech is a way we can today fight against the capture of oligarchical seed companies of the very foods we all need to live. Check out here to see what organizations in your area are part of the Global Coalition of Open Source Seed Initiatives (GOSSI).

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    Open Source Seeds to fight to keep agriculture free!

    cross-posted from: https://sh.itjust.works/post/12252955

    > Open Source principles applied to biotech is a way we can today fight against the capture of oligarchical seed companies of the very foods we all need to live. Check out here to see what organizations in your area are part of the Global Coalition of Open Source Seed Initiatives (GOSSI).

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    Open Source Seeds to fight to keep agriculture free!

    Open Source principles applied to biotech is a way we can today fight against the capture of oligarchical seed companies of the very foods we all need to live. Check out here to see what organizations in your area are part of the Global Coalition of Open Source Seed Initiatives (GOSSI).

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    I created an AI-powered Social Network - Yannic Kilcher

    Not me, but I honestly, this seems like a cool idea. I like the idea of possibly creating a fine tunned model per user that translates vibes to what would resonate better with another person.

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    Peertube to Lemmy mismatches

    cross-posted from: https://sh.itjust.works/post/11337409

    > Hey everyone, I saw this post about peertube channels being able to be seen as communities on lemmy, but I noticed that the comments don't show on the community post. > > I was wondering if anyone else was tracking anything about this already, or any other peertube to lemmy integrations, like the embedded video playback from peertube (new feature) or peertube's remote account features (comment using any fediverse account) not working with Lemmy users (at least not me right now). > > Matrix chat about it

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    Peertube @lemmy.ml fruitycoder @sh.itjust.works

    Peertube to Lemmy mismatches

    sh.itjust.works The Linux Experiment Channel (From Nick) is on Peertube, and it federates right into Lemmy as a community - sh.itjust.works

    Really, how awesome is that? We could also show some support being active there from our Lemmy accounts! [email protected] [/c/[email protected]] [https://tilvids.com/video-channels/thelinuxexperiment_channel] Links: - Lemmy.ml: https://lemmy.ml/c/thelinuxe...

    Hey everyone, I saw this post about peertube channels being able to be seen as communities on lemmy, but I noticed that the comments don't show on the community post.

    I was wondering if anyone else was tracking anything about this already, or any other peertube to lemmy integrations, like the embedded video playback from peertube (new feature) or peertube's remote account features (comment using any fediverse account) not working with Lemmy users (at least not me right now).

    Matrix chat about it

    Update 01: Being tracked here on Lemmy's repo. Still interested in everyone's thoughts.

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    OHM Podcast - Episode 0 - Introducing the OHM Podcast!

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    AMD Ryzen AI hardware, currently unsupported on Linux

    github.com Linux? · Issue #2 · amd/RyzenAI-SW

    https://www.phoronix.com/news/AMD-Ryzen-AI-Open-Source-Demo AMD Has Open-Source Ryzen AI Demo Code - But Only For Windows

    Linux? · Issue #2 · amd/RyzenAI-SW

    Does anyone know if/when AMD will support Linux on their new NPU? If it's never or too far out, what is everyone else looking towards for open source AI development?

    This issue is apparently tracking the Linux communities request for it.

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    Has anyone looked at codifying community control of communities before?

    communityrule.info About / CommunityRule

    A governance toolkit for great communities

    Hello all, I am just curious if anyone has taken a tool like community rule to define how their instance or community control is handled? Even more so if there has been any effort to make the actual decision-making actionable by the system.

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    Any automation attempts for getting compatiable OpenAddress data into OpenStreet maps?

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    github.com GitHub - commune-os/commune-server: Build communities on Matrix

    Build communities on Matrix. Contribute to commune-os/commune-server development by creating an account on GitHub.

    GitHub - commune-os/commune-server: Build communities on Matrix

    Cool seeming project make more open matrix communities with plans to integrate with the ActivityPub standard. I really like the idea personally of being able to quickly turn a chat thread into a wider post/thread.

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    IPv6 mutli-GB jumbo frames?

    Has anyone messed with using the very large jumbo frames for IPv6 for anything like video transfer, or large file transfers?

    I'm curious if anyone has done it for firewall overhead reduction too

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