The computer is a moron.
Physics and computer science help in the programming aspects of making a game. Math helps in balancing game-play and making rules and fine art is obviously helpful in just making a game look good.
If GM had kept up with technology like the computer industry has, we would all be driving $25 cars that got 1000 MPG.
We don't want to turn the TV into a computer.
Although computer memory is no longer expensive, there's always a finite size buffer somewhere. When a big piece of news arrives, everybody sends a message to everybody else, and the buffer fills.
There are eight words or references that light up employers' eyes: languages, computer, experience, achievement, hard-working, overseas experience, flexible, and task-oriented.
If you're a hard-working, flexible, task-oriented computer type with overseas experience, go to the front of the line.
A computer would deserve to be called intelligent if it could deceive a human into believing that it was human.
The cloning of humans is on most of the lists of things to worry about from Science, along with behaviour control, genetic engineering, transplanted heads, computer poetry and the unrestrained growth of plastic flowers.
There's an old story about the person who wished his computer was as easy to use as his telephone. That wish has come true, since I no longer know how to use my telephone.
Little is known about the effect that computer technology can have over poverty.
What we are interested in is merging the computer with the clothing so that all you need to do is get dressed.
A distributed system is one in which the failure of a computer you didn't even know existed can render your own computer unusable.
[Depending on how their homes appear in the photos on computer screens, evacuees have expressed either joy or sorrow at the business center of Panama City, Fla.'s Marriott Bay Point Resort Village, which is home to many hurricane evacuees and also serves as a base for the NOAA team taking aerial photos of the devastation.] There were just numerous people that were so happy, ... And there was actually people crying. It was very emotional.
All of us at Sony Computer Entertainment have been waiting a long time for this moment.
The situation on the Internet right now is so bad that if you go and buy a brand new computer and turn it on and plug it into the Internet, it will be infected by a worm within five to ten minutes.
It's the first time we've been inside the earthquake machine. We've looked at the fossil earthquakes, we've made computer models, and we've made laboratory earthquakes. We've studied them from afar, but we've never been inside the machine where the action is.
I turn on my computer. I wait patiently as it connects. I go online. My breath catches in my chest until I hear 3 little words, "You've got mail." I hear nothing, not a sound on the streets of New York. Just the beat of my own heart. I have mail...from you.
The problem is the way the brain processes information. It's similar to a computer. The information is in there, but when you send it to the printer, the printer won't work.
To curb the use of pirated common software, we have urged the computer producers to load authorized software before they are sold on the Chinese market.
It's a problem because it was a willful misuse of government computer systems and done in a way to try to hide from system administrators. We have determined it does not involve the loss of classified information.
You will not even have enough time to go online and download all the patches to your computer before it is infected.
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If I'm going somewhere I always get on the computer, find a map and print it out. It works beautifully. Some people are afraid of computers, especially if they're elderly.
In the U.S., our work with law enforcement focuses on criminal computer networks. With legitimate businesses that copy software illegally, we generally follow through with a civil suit.