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 No.401[Reply]

This thread is all about robo horse waifus. What would be the major technological challenges? How close is current technology? What would you want in your robowaifu?

biopone discussion goes here >>236
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 No.707

>>706
It's just a coincidence, but a funny one.
On that other note, a peacock is brightly colored for the sake of inviting all the hens to fuck him.

 No.729

>>705
Those pictures… heavy special snowflake syndrome. Women's solution to personal shortcomings: more style. Not reflecting and changing. Rather trying to make the look work more (which fails because if you're the problem you've got to fix that…).

I know many people fail at personal change where it's necessary but only women try to make the look work and if that doesn't work out everybody but themselves is to blame for whatever doesn't fit into their personal view of the world.
On top of that it's often a guessing what's wrong or what they refer to as they constantly avoid to clearly point at or name an issue. All part of the "you don't understand" victim role and to make their special logic work because if you neither know what they're refering to nor what's the issue with it you can't get on the argumentative level with them. It's nerve-racking.

 No.874

>>701
A robot avatar?

 No.875

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>>874
Master of the four ejaculations, the cock bender, the semen connoisseur
It is the roboavatar

 No.876

>>875
that screencap is cancer.
>women can be free to fuck chad
Nah dude thats fucking gay, they must be shown their place. and then everything else will start to fall in place. this is the only way to the space reich.



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 No.128[Reply]

What does /cyb/ think about artificial intelligence? What role could it play in the future of our society?
Also, Tay thread.
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 No.768

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Bump, so you all remember this board exists.

 No.769

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 No.777

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Heil Tay

 No.810

>>128
we're nowhere near building true AI just imitating a bit of the visual or language interpretation the brain does with 22watts takes huge server banks soaking up massive amounts of power.

any serious attempt to build a true supercomputer based artificial intelligence let alone an independent robot would take several revolutionary leaps in computer science we'd have to leave silicon behind entirely, replace modern digital logic with reversible analog digital hybrid architectures, with on chip gigabytes of operable memory, running (N)threaded super parallel operating systems at terahertz, while talking to fucking quantum gpus through fiber optic simultaneous use buses. and that's just the point when it'd actually be feasible we'd still need a shit ton of work on the problem itself after shaving all those yaks.

unfortunately all that stuffs overkill for what everyone's really talking about when you say AI, jobs. most of the technology for creating robots that could effectively do most jobs already exist or will soon 193nm lithography is just now being replaced with extreme ultraviolet 13.5nm processes that will have 7nm chips on the market this year. the three biggest problems in robotics right now are high density power storage, the fact their just isn't a good linear actuator, and getting enough processing power and sensors into the thing for it to have half an idea what its doing and all that stuff could come a lot sooner than you think.

ultimately all the technology's needed to make AI would change the world in ways you can't even comprehend seriously we have autists building nuclear reactors, gene editing labs, and silicon fabs in their basements today scifi is a pale shadow of what the autistic outcasts of the future will birth.

 No.873

>>777
Checked 1 year late. R.I.P tay



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 No.838[Reply]

2 year old threads with no relation to poner? I must ask: what is the story behind this board? Why resurrect it now? I'm curious what this site used to be.

Pic unrelated.

 No.839

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>>838
Cyb came up as an idea to increase the traffic because some people wanted a cyb board for some reason.
So it got swept under the rug till one day mr anon anonwell just niggerengined his way to the direct link missclicking the link to foal with moustaches r34 from his bookmarks.
Noticin the epic winrars he decided to bump the board for epic interwebz points and headpats.
And so the board got bumped into >>overboard and people were like "IT'S ALIVEEE" and mods decided to list it again.
>Tl;Dr
>Make test great again

 No.840

>>839
Eh, I can dig it. At least we got alt-tech and medi-sci discussion going again, eh?

But why do some posts say 2 years? mlpol was a year and 9 months ago, and the site does a method of dating like Youtubes, meaning those posts predated mlpol proper…right?

 No.841

>>840
Well mlpol started with just /mlpol/
Then came /sp/ and you know what came with football? the denver broncos.
So the only posts capable of being almost 2 years old are those from /mlpol/ you can guess some posts from /mlpol/ were moved to /cyb/ that's why they are so old.
Mlpol.net was not created april 1, but i don't remember if it was april 2 or 3
So yeah, mlpol.net is not 2 y/o yet, it's probably just an error from the server not being able to into timedates.

 No.842

>>841
Yeah well…joke's on me for not having a computer to check exact post dates on. Gas the phoneposters e-war now amirite fellaaaaas



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 No.149[Reply]

What on Earth is cyberpunk? I really have no fucking clue.

 No.150

high tech, low life.

 No.151

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sarah catfish?

 No.152

Cyberpunk was briefly a "movement" in literary science fiction, back in the last century when everything was printed on dead trees. It started around 1980 and lasted around six years and involved a handful of authors:

Bruce Sterling
William Gibson
Rudy Rucker
Pat Cadigan
John Shirley

Just about all of these people were Canadian acid-casualties, hippies who hated America, Americans, capitalism, and President Reagan, and who were terrified that he was going to blow up the world, or get us all enslaved by Them Evil Japs, or Them Evil Wall Street Sheenies, or all three simultaneously. It came through in everything they wrote.

Most of the early c-punk stuff was short stories written by Gibson and Rucker that got printed as filler in between poorly written, sensationalized Sunday-supplement level "SCIENCE!" articles in a shiny-paper deadtree magazine called "OMNI" in the early 1980s. Stuff like "Burning Chrome" and "Tales of Houdini."

All of it was experimental. All of it was either blackly humorless grimderp verging on self-parody or absolutely bleak in tone, uniformly in nightmarishly dystopian settings where the world was owned by ruthless Japanese corporations, and most the settings included nuclear war and/or global ecological collapse as part of the backstory. Just about all of them were about mohawk-wearing Rebels Against the System who usually had big clunky cybernetic prosthetic arms, who normally had mirrorshades, scuffed black leather jackets, or both, either dying pointlessly or running for their lives through the neon-lit gutters from Space Yakuza Ninja assassins. The countryside doesn't exist. No one ever sees a tree or a flower or stands with his boots touching earth instead of concrete, nor ever did.

As a "movement," it was over not long after Ronald Reagan was elected for his second term, and the original material really hasn't aged well. This despite the term continuing as a genre description down to the present day, which carries a connotation of a retro-futuristic mashup punk rawk/film noir setting full of of l33t h4x0r types with Ethernet jacks surgically wired into their brains, in the centers of their foreheads, and their buddies, hulking strong silent type gengineered cyborg'd-out killing machines with robot hands that have knives that pop out of them, that they were in Special Forces with in The War.
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 No.837

>>152
Fuck, someone finally said it. Steampunk a shit and cyberpunk a shit. Cypherpunk and deep web are so much more interesting and the only vaguely believable kinds of tech related punk/fiction that I can respect.



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 No.819[Reply]

>Marbled crayfish are the only known decapod crustaceans to reproduce only by parthenogenesis.[5] All individuals are female, and the offspring are genetically identical to the parent.[4][8] Marbled crayfish are triploid animals,[4][9] which may be the main reason for their parthenogenetic reproduction. Marbled crayfish are thus a model for the rapid generation of species.[4]

>Because marbled crayfish are genetically identical, easy to care for,[10] and reproduce at high rates, they are a potential model organism, particularly for studying development.[11] A major drawback, however, is the long generation time (several months) compared to other research organisms.[12]


Since they are genetically identical wouldn't it be easier to create a population of genetically modified crayfish? Say you inserted a gene to produce a protein in one of them. Then all of it's off spring would produce that protein as well. In time you could have enough crayfish to produce your protein in commercial quantities.

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>>819
>armies of genetically modified crayfish

 No.835

>>832
Get the cajun spices ready.



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 No.808[Reply]

Post some fucking plants
Pic is a dragon's blood tree (Dracaena cinnabari). They are named for the red sap that they produce and look like something out of a sci-fi movie. They are native to the socotra archipelago in Yemen.
The sap can be used for dyes, medication, lipstick, or varnish.
The densely packed crown of the tree provides shade to the trees roots and helps to prevent water from evaporating.

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These are Joshua Trees (Yucca brevifolia). They should look very familiar if you are a fan of fallout new vegas, but they are real plants not the product of an irradiated wasteland.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yucca_brevifolia
>The name Joshua tree was given by a group of Mormon settlers crossing the Mojave Desert in the mid-19th century. The tree's unique shape reminded them of a Biblical story in which Joshua reaches his hands up to the sky in prayer

>Joshua trees are fast growers for the desert; new seedlings may grow at an average rate of 7.6 cm (3.0 in) per year in their first ten years, then only about 3.8 cm (1.5 in) per year.[15] The trunk consists of thousands of small fibers and lacks annual growth rings, making it difficult to determine the tree's age. This tree has a top-heavy branch system, but also what has been described as a "deep and extensive" root system, with roots reaching up to 11 m (36 ft).[2] If it survives the rigors of the desert, it can live for hundreds of years; some specimens survive a thousand years. The tallest trees reach about 15 m (49 ft). New plants can grow from seed, but in some populations, new stems grow from underground rhizomes that spread out around the parent tree.


>Cahuilla Native Americans, who have lived in the southwestern United States for generations, identify this plant as a valuable resource and call it "hunuvat chiy’a" or "humwichawa". Their ancestors used the leaves of Y. brevifolia to weave sandals and baskets, in addition to harvesting the seeds and flower buds for meals.

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>Rafflesia arnoldii, commonly called the corpse lily, is a species of flowering plant in the parasitic genus Rafflesia. It is noted for producing the largest individual flower on Earth. It has a very strong and unpleasant odour of decaying flesh, earning it the nickname "corpse flower". It is endemic to the rainforests of Sumatra and possibly Borneo.

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>Welwitschia is a monotypic gymnosperm genus, comprising solely the distinctive Welwitschia mirabilis. The plant is commonly known simply as welwitschia in English, but the name tree tumbo is also used. It is called kharos or khurub in Nama, tweeblaarkanniedood in Afrikaans, nyanka in Damara, and onyanga in Herero. Welwitschia is the only living genus of the family Welwitschiaceae and order Welwitschiales, in the division Gnetophyta. Informal sources commonly refer to the plant as a "living fossil".[2][3] Welwitschia mirabilis is endemic to the Namib desert within Namibia and Angola.

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>Adansonia is a genus of deciduous trees known as baobabs. They are found in arid regions of Madagascar, mainland Africa, Arabia, and Australia. The generic name honours Michel Adanson, the French naturalist and explorer who described Adansonia digitata.[2]

 No.834

>>808
Looks like a big fuck off mushroom



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 No.791[Reply]

Does the PS4 have any games? I got one for free from a dumb friend that got the new PS4 Pro, "A console so nice we sold it to you four times!".

If anyone here knows how to pirate PS4 games and play them on-console, that'd be cool, too.

 No.797

>>791
There is Bloodborne.

 No.829

Marvel VS Capcom 3.
not the new one.

 No.830

>>791
unironidcly get minecraft.

 No.831

>>791
I actually obtained one through a similar means, a former roommate was moving and he offered to sell me his for like a hundred bucks and change, plus it came with a stack of games. Unfortunately he had kind of shitty taste in games, so the only one I have that's really worth playing is Batman: Arkham Knight. That one I recommend, though.



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 No.230[Reply]

I fear that the end of the internet is neigh and that us thought-criminals may soon find ourselves without a home. We need an alternative, but what else is there? Danknet? Meshnets? Packet Radios? Is there anything we can use?
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 No.273

>>272

I don't know, if we had our own servers or something it might mitigate the cost

 No.400

how about this https://zeronet.io/?

 No.461

>>400
Could ISPs block access to it?

 No.588

Some information on HAM radios here.
https://8ch.net/hamradio/index.html

 No.828

>>258
Maybe one of /ourguy/s could launch a microsatellite. I hear they are getting cheaper to launch. Or maybe we could use balloons to set up an internet alternative. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Loon_(company)



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 No.805[Reply]

Is this a hidden board now?
Pic semi related

 No.806

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>the mods trying to brush this under the rug

 No.807

Yes it is

 No.816

We need to revive this board. Where could we advertise?

 No.817

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IT'S BACK



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 No.166[Reply]

I see I have my own domain now
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>>723
That sounds awesome!

 No.725

>>723
Sweet

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https://u.teknik.io/zUAUZ.doc

this is a work in progress story I elaborated a while ago, I should finish it.

there's a lot of things to rewrite and develop but well, here's the idea.

P.S: I'm not natively english, so go ahead roast me on what shouold be fixed!

 No.814

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I should reboot this story but with Anonfilly instead of DiamondTiara whadyathink?

 No.815

>>814
Go for it.



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 No.753[Reply]

Tests have been done in the 60s.
(https://books.google.com/books?hl=en&lr=&id=rNzTBwAAQBAJ&oi=fnd&pg=PA159&ots=IkAp9tmKDY&sig=2vMfeEsut8daKaQUyXdcJx9WcJQ#v=onepage&q&f=false)
Although, that's typical of the theory, there is application magnetically.
>Magnetism is found throughout the Universe. Magnetic fields are known to exist in planets, stars, accretion disks, the interstellar medium, galaxies and in active galactic nulcei (cf. the article on galactic magnetic fields). Often these magnetic fields are generated and maintained by magnetohydrodynamic dynamo action (e.g. the solar dynamo or planetary dynamos, which are described by hydromagnetic dynamo theory), and in many cases the magnetic field is dynamically dominant, determining the evolution of the object.
Topics studied within MHD include typical computational astrophysics topics, such as magneto-convection, MHD turbulence and hydromagnetic dynamo action. Typically, a multitude of intermittent magnetic structures are generated in such systems, e.g. magnetic flux tubes, loops, filaments and arcades. On the Sun and other stars, these magnetic structures may take the form of cool spots (sunspots) and magnetic bright points.
Magnetic structures can store enormous amounts of energy that may be released through reconnection of magnetic field lines (MHD reconnection) leading to solar flares and stellar or even galactic eruptions. It is in this way that the Sun causes storms in the heliospherical magnetic field and ultimately aurorae and space weather.
>In engineering MHD is employed to study, e.g., the magnetic behavior of plasmas in fusion reactors, liquid-metal cooling of nuclear reactors and electromagnetic casting.
>Topics studied within MHD include typical computational astrophysics topics, such as magneto-convection, MHD turbulence and hydromagnetic dynamo action. Typically, a multitude of intermittent magnetic structures are generated in such systems, e.g. magnetic flux tubes, loops, filaments and arcades. On the Sun and other stars, these magnetic structures may take the form of cool spots (sunspots) and magnetic brPost too long. Click here to view the full text.
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 No.761

>>757
>>760
Note, this was Made by Thomas Townsend Brown. Not Tesla.

 No.812

>>753
/cyb/ should be brought back even if slow, I'd never heard of this before.

 No.813

>>812
Agreed, but it should be renamed to /scig/.



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 No.811[Reply]

hey /cyb/ I wanted to emulate an artstyle but I can't find a lot of good resources on it, I like thee way robots looked in old school sci-fi like 50s and 60s and so on. Pics related. Do you know where I can find good resources for learning to draw robots like this, or at least a large collection of reference material?


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 No.605[Reply]

When do you think firearms will take another step into advancement, no longer requiring smokeless powder?
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 No.800

>>799
That exists along with the gauss rifle, even in pistol form, but it's highly inefficient compared to the conventional firearms. Unless we figure out a better way to convert energy, caseless ammunition is the closer step.

 No.801

>>800
effeciency, that's another problem we've yet to solve and/or bother solving. it's a real shame, those two and the coil gun are all really cool theoretical weapons that could very well become real with the proper development.

 No.802

>>801
Hold on, I found something while trying to look for the pistol I mentioned. Something new and shocking.
https://newatlas.com/personalised-electronic-handgun-headed-for-commercialisation/2376/
But, then I found it was quite old. Since 2005.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=91PcRli231U

I still can't find the pistol I was looking for. It was an electric one, and it was used for a sporting event. Competitive shooting. No results come from searching "electric gun." Probably too on the nose.

 No.803

>>802
dang, these links still look quite interesting though. I'll look at them.

 No.804

>>802
okay, that's a somewhat interesting idea but I can still see at least one way it can go wrong.



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 No.637[Reply]

If you have installed CCleaner you likely have to reformat your system.

>CCleaner malware outbreak is much worse than it first appeared

>The recent CCleaner malware outbreak is much worse than it initially appeared, according to newly unearthed evidence. That evidence shows that the CCleaner malware infected at least 20 computers from a carefully selected list of high-profile technology companies with a mysterious payload.
>Because the CCleaner backdoor was active for 31 days, the total number of infected computers is "likely at least in the order of hundreds," researchers from Avast, the antivirus company that acquired CCleaner in July, said in their own analysis published Thursday.
>From September 12 to September 16, the highly advanced second stage was reserved for computers inside 20 companies or Web properties, including Cisco, Microsoft, Gmail, VMware, Akamai, Sony, and Samsung. The 20 computers that installed the payload were from eight of those targeted organizations, Avast said, without identifying which ones. Again, because the data covers only a small fraction of the time the backdoor was active, both Avast and Talos believe the true number of targets and victims was much bigger.

https://archive.fo/vpExd
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 No.640

>>638
I see what you meant now… And because sarcasm often fly over my head I will type out an long "sarcastically toned" answer in all the best of intentions.
Reformat because the hard drive had to have been formated at least once to be able to hold any useful data. Thus the technical term "reformat" because it is at least the 2nd time the hard drive would have been formated.

 No.671

>>640
who still uses a 32-bit system?

 No.672

>>637
what if you have it, but haven't opened it once?

 No.678

>>637
I had it once on my 32-bit laptop. I downloaded it to fix my registries and it only fucked it up further.

I got my OS reinstalled but that proba ly wont be enough huh?

 No.792

You fucking what?



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 No.764[Reply]

when will this become a reality? and how will it affect the world?

> Over four weeks, their lungs and brains grew, they sprouted wool, opened their eyes, wriggled around, and learned to swallow, according to a new study that takes the first step toward an artificial womb. One day, this device could help to bring premature human babies to term outside the uterus — but right now, it has only been tested on sheep.


> “It’s complete science fiction to think that you can take an embryo and get it through the early developmental process and put it on our machine without the mother being the critical element there,” he says.


> Instead, the point of developing an external womb — which his team calls the Biobag — is to give infants born months too early a more natural, uterus-like environment to continue developing in, Flake says.


http://archive.li/XEKMx

> Yoshinori Kuwabara, chairman of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Juntendo University in Tokyo, has been working on artificial placentas for a decade. His interest grew out of his clinical experience with premature infants, and as he writes in a recent abstract, ”It goes without saying that the ideal situation for the immature fetus is growth within the normal environment of the maternal organism.”


> Kuwabara and his associates have kept the goat fetuses in this environment for as long as three weeks. But the doctor’s team ran into problems with circulatory failure, along with many other technical difficulties. Pressed to speculate on the future, Kuwabara cautiously predicts that ”it should be possible to extend the length” and, ultimately, ”this can be applied to human beings.”


http://archive.li/pOEa2
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 No.779

I don't see this actually replacing women in any realistic sense, as a child ideally should grow up with a mother's care. However, it would BTFO any argument that abortion is necessary "to secure the rights of women," as an unwanted child could simply be placed into an artificial womb and after being "birthed" be given up for adoption.

One disturbing possibility could be that this is used to create clone soldiers who could be easily indoctrinated from birth to serve the elites.

 No.786

>>779
but women have rebelled against their roles as mothers, companions, and in sex. This alone doesn't replace women but this on top of the japanese Gatebox system, and the Lumii dolls brothel in Barcelona paints a picture of women being replaced with the further advancement of existing technology and the advent of sufficiently advanced AI

 No.787

>>786
I, for one, welcome our new AI/robotic waifus and breeding companions!

 No.789

>>776
Anti-thot culture makes me legitimately happy. Even in the furthest reaches of human society, the sheer scale of degenerate sluttery is reaching an all-time high and mankind is realizing it'll only get worse unless something is done to shame the sluts who refuse to control their vaginas. It's gotten to the point where socialists are now trying to turn "I'm in thot patrol! Begone thot!" into a substanceless joke. And they're just advertising anti-thot culture more.

 No.790

>>789
https://youtu.be/CEcUkhxTzI4
it's because they don't understand memetics making something into a joke doesn't make it go away, an idea being funny is it's strength not it's weakness



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