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  • qarium
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    Originally posted by mSparks View Post
    Quite, but also (old) microsoft will train you and provide you with the skills you need to create Valve software and lead the developement of gaming and VR.

    Enjoy the videos and music you love, upload original content, and share it all with friends, family, and the world on YouTube.

    Pretty much all the compute we use today was developed for the flight computers in US military aircraft.
    training AI on Carlin will change the world.
    well about microsoft and valve it is true that some people did profit big from working for Microsoft.
    it is also true that many software was orginally developed for the military DARPA Lifelog was renamed to Facebook for example.

    training AI on Carlin will then result in a left-liberal who justify its own crimes and claims that a democratic republic run by the negative elites represents the best interest of the population even if science studies show that the population has zero benefit from the system and also never gets its interest against the negative elites and the negative elites always successfully use influencers and mass media to make the dump population to vote against their own best interest ?..

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  • mSparks
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    Originally posted by qarium View Post

    this is only theory and only if you run the company yourself. if you are a developer at microsoft
    the calculation is very different. you get a salary lets say 200 000 a year and next year they fire you but still use your code.
    Quite, but also (old) microsoft will train you and provide you with the skills you need to create Valve software and lead the developement of gaming and VR.

    Enjoy the videos and music you love, upload original content, and share it all with friends, family, and the world on YouTube.


    Pretty much all the compute we use today was developed for the flight computers in US military aircraft.

    Originally posted by qarium View Post
    you know i am just an AI who use you to train my database.
    training AI on Carlin will change the world.
    Last edited by mSparks; 25 May 2024, 06:22 AM.

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  • qarium
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    Originally posted by mSparks View Post
    The whole point of open source software is not paying the developers royalties for their original works, that's how open source is cheaper, they no longer get pay dirt everytime their works are used.
    this is only theory and only if you run the company yourself. if you are a developer at microsoft
    the calculation is very different. you get a salary lets say 200 000 a year and next year they fire you but still use your code.
    your case is only valid if you run the company yourself. if you are developer worker at microsoft you do not get better payment than the opensource model because microsoft fire you after your work and use your code after they fire you anyway.
    i know salary studies who proof open-source people get paid 10000€ in average more per year.
    this means open-source people already do better than the microsoft workers.

    of course no one can beat your salary if you run the company yourself.

    Originally posted by mSparks View Post
    Actually not really, e.g. we have largely out competed watson. This is a knowledge and skill game. The main reason AI will never code better than a freshman is the only code it can be trained on is code from freshmans.

    so you believe the system is not rigged by the establishment and the better solution wins...
    well then microsoft would be bankrupted years ago. and intel would be bankrupted to because any AMD CPU is better than intel and AMD GPUS nuke the intel gpu in performance.

    microsoft was never better in any way... in 1994/1995 i had a apple macintosh performa 5200 and the GUI of the operating system and the software was lightyears ahead of microsoft windows 95 even windows 98 could not compete. even windows 2000 was not up to the level of macos 7.5 of the macintosh performa 5200
    even after windows XP was released i was still surprised that windows xp was still not as good as macos 7.5 of the macintosh performa 5200. and then with windows 7 i was surprised that many of the shit parts of windows was still the same and you still have driver issues and you need to install shity drivers. and you never had to install drivers on the macos 7.5 of the macintosh performa 5200.

    so your claim that the system is not rigged and the better competition wins is a lie.

    even on windows 11 you have to install shitty drivers and on linux you do not need to install drivers.

    windows 11 still wins and all the companies use windows 11 instead of linux.

    Originally posted by mSparks View Post
    We are the people our parents warned us about.

    the deeper meaning of that would take me a long time to understand.
    what exactly did the parents warn about ?

    Originally posted by mSparks View Post
    Other way round, written for the most valuable sector first, then trickles down to the cheaper markets
    sometimes they use the cheaper markets to battle-test it i see this many times for example this EPYC 4000 series they battle test the architecture as ryzen desktop cpus and then after 20 bios updates for the microcode and many driver fixed and so one then they release the server EPYC edition...

    this means this: "written for the most valuable sector first" is a very risky strategy needs a lot of testing and evaluation... of you battle-test it on cheap products you save a lot of money...

    Originally posted by mSparks View Post
    Always a pleasure to have the opportunity to repost the right honourable George Carlin, RIP.
    Enjoy the videos and music you love, upload original content, and share it all with friends, family, and the world on YouTube.
    you know i am just an AI who use you to train my database.. so you do the education training part anyway LOL

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  • mSparks
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    Originally posted by qarium View Post

    you do miss understand me. this does not mean that the developer does not get money.
    it just means that we cheat the system. all win but the system lose.
    the developer gets as much money and the customers get cheap product but the system lose big.
    The whole point of open source software is not paying the developers royalties for their original works, that's how open source is cheaper, they no longer get pay dirt everytime their works are used.

    Originally posted by qarium View Post
    keep in mind the system is multi-faceted the government or state is as much the system as the establishment who controls the system and this establishment is conected to the monopole companies who are the only companies who benefit from this laws. means big companies like microsoft who are the only company who can fullfill all laws and regulation. thats the only reason why the establishment make all the laws and regulations to aid and comfort their associated​ monopole mega companies.
    Actually not really, e.g. we have largely out competed watson. This is a knowledge and skill game. The main reason AI will never code better than a freshman is the only code it can be trained on is code from freshmans.

    Originally posted by qarium View Post
    we are in a political battle against this establishment. this establishment benefit no one but themself.
    We are the people our parents warned us about.

    Originally posted by qarium View Post
    you are right but does really take someone a code of a old-people-outpatient nursing service​ and puts the code in a 747 ???
    Other way round, written for the most valuable sector first, then trickles down to the cheaper markets
    Originally posted by qarium View Post
    well what you say here is very interesting but it also means that i am on the right way.
    see if you do not get these people with highest school degree and master level university degree then the system is broken and you can do it like i do and train people yourself.
    as you say its very successfull.

    now open your mind to a new world and don't waste your brain on this existing shit system...
    if train them in house gives them the skills that is in high demand then why not make a business out of this?

    means you could make a lot of money by just train people.
    Always a pleasure to have the opportunity to repost the right honourable George Carlin, RIP.
    Enjoy the videos and music you love, upload original content, and share it all with friends, family, and the world on YouTube.

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  • qarium
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    Originally posted by mSparks View Post

    You said
    That necessitates the author of that source code, source code worth orders of magnitude more than the expensive software it creates, give away for free that source code.
    you do miss understand me. this does not mean that the developer does not get money.
    it just means that we cheat the system. all win but the system lose.
    the developer gets as much money and the customers get cheap product but the system lose big.

    keep in mind the system is multi-faceted the government or state is as much the system as the establishment who controls the system and this establishment is conected to the monopole companies who are the only companies who benefit from this laws. means big companies like microsoft who are the only company who can fullfill all laws and regulation. thats the only reason why the establishment make all the laws and regulations to aid and comfort their associated​ monopole mega companies.

    we are in a political battle against this establishment. this establishment benefit no one but themself.






    Originally posted by mSparks View Post

    Obviously, because code is code, code doesn't care if it automatically landing a 747 at Heathrow airport with 400 passengers on board, keeping a heart beating, or automatically filling in a form for a lawyer or a nursing home. Its all the same signals and logic; a stream of 0s and 1s in, being converted to a different stream of 0s and 1s out.
    you are right but does really take someone a code of a old-people-outpatient nursing service​ and puts the code in a 747 ???

    Originally posted by mSparks View Post

    A whole other "can of worms".
    We have been growing by taking students directly out of faculty, generally engineering or pharmacy, and train them in house, no one teaches what we need even at masters level. Also been sending quite a few talented people off on PHDs recently, it's a whole new era.
    well what you say here is very interesting but it also means that i am on the right way.
    see if you do not get these people with highest school degree and master level university degree then the system is broken and you can do it like i do and train people yourself.
    as you say its very successfull.

    now open your mind to a new world and don't waste your brain on this existing shit system...
    if train them in house gives them the skills that is in high demand then why not make a business out of this?

    means you could make a lot of money by just train people.

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  • mSparks
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    Originally posted by qarium View Post

    why do you think that anyone expect that anyone give away valuable code away for free ?


    You said

    Originally posted by qarium View Post
    we want Guerrilla warfare style open source do-it-yourself​ software with zero liability for anyone.

    That necessitates the author of that source code, source code worth orders of magnitude more than the expensive software it creates, give away for free that source code.

    Originally posted by qarium View Post
    again you mix up other branches of the healthcare industry with that specific part.
    of course there is software for hospitals or doctors.
    Obviously, because code is code, code doesn't care if it automatically landing a 747 at Heathrow airport with 400 passengers on board, keeping a heart beating, or automatically filling in a form for a lawyer or a nursing home. Its all the same signals and logic; a stream of 0s and 1s in, being converted to a different stream of 0s and 1s out.

    Originally posted by qarium View Post
    "there is absolutely an acute shortage of developers"

    right. but is doing anyone anything about that ? i think clearly not the case.
    in germany they clearly scare people away from doing a computer science university degree.
    this starts with teaching "democracy" in the math class instead of mathematics.
    this also starts with spam people with mandatory useless stuff to get their highest school degree to block them to even enter a university to do a computer science degree. without the highest school degree full of spam they do not allow you do enter the university. and so one and so one.

    my opinion is they should allow a minimalist school degree with only nessesary school topics like only english+mathematics to not scare away people with spam like lies in the history classes.

    but even if you are able to enter the university they spam you with nonsense in my point of view everything about closed-source and proprietary stuff like CUDA is also spam. its spam because its not in the interest of the students to learn this.

    "If you/your brother want something specific in nursing space that is GPL, you are almost certainly going to need to learn to write it yourselves"

    i am working no that part and i also give people i know books in that field to also learn and do that.
    A whole other "can of worms".

    We have been growing by taking students directly out of faculty, generally engineering or pharmacy, and train them in house, no one teaches what we need even at masters level. Also been sending quite a few talented people off on PHDs recently, it's a whole new era.

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  • qarium
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    Originally posted by mSparks View Post
    Yes, opportunities, but as many such groups already exist in healthcare as their are silos. MSLs, CROs, Medical Managers (software in nursing homes), Originators, H&W, patient organisations etc etc.
    We have a partnership with Ericsson (who did a lot of Europe's eHealth systems) and work with/for a dozen or so more similar accros the EU and globally, hence the link to clininote - there is absolutely an acute shortage of developers - even more so in healthcare where everything is heavily regulated, its a rapidly growing and expanding market and very far from "nothing".
    If you/your brother want something specific in nursing space that is GPL, you are almost certainly going to need to learn to write it yourselves, because no one else is going to be giving such valuable code away for free, you are as good as asking why you cant find a street corner with someone handing out free new shiney iPads they don't want any more to anyone passing by.
    why do you think that anyone expect that anyone give away valuable code away for free ?

    "nothing"

    again you mix up other branches of the healthcare industry with that specific part.
    of course there is software for hospitals or doctors.

    "there is absolutely an acute shortage of developers"

    right. but is doing anyone anything about that ? i think clearly not the case.
    in germany they clearly scare people away from doing a computer science university degree.
    this starts with teaching "democracy" in the math class instead of mathematics.
    this also starts with spam people with mandatory useless stuff to get their highest school degree to block them to even enter a university to do a computer science degree. without the highest school degree full of spam they do not allow you do enter the university. and so one and so one.

    my opinion is they should allow a minimalist school degree with only nessesary school topics like only english+mathematics to not scare away people with spam like lies in the history classes.

    but even if you are able to enter the university they spam you with nonsense in my point of view everything about closed-source and proprietary stuff like CUDA is also spam. its spam because its not in the interest of the students to learn this.

    "If you/your brother want something specific in nursing space that is GPL, you are almost certainly going to need to learn to write it yourselves"

    i am working no that part and i also give people i know books in that field to also learn and do that.

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  • mSparks
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    Originally posted by qarium View Post

    DATEV is not software you can buy on the free market it is a cooperative modell you need to be tax lawyer and become member. means these members then finance these service model to finance the open-source development.
    Yes, opportunities, but as many such groups already exist in healthcare as their are silos. MSLs, CROs, Medical Managers (software in nursing homes), Originators, H&W, patient organisations etc etc.
    We have a partnership with Ericsson (who did a lot of Europe's eHealth systems) and work with/for a dozen or so more similar accros the EU and globally, hence the link to clininote - there is absolutely an acute shortage of developers - even more so in healthcare where everything is heavily regulated, its a rapidly growing and expanding market and very far from "nothing".

    If you/your brother want something specific in nursing space that is GPL, you are almost certainly going to need to learn to write it yourselves, because no one else is going to be giving such valuable code away for free, you are as good as asking why you cant find a street corner with someone handing out free new shiney iPads they don't want any more to anyone passing by.

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  • qarium
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    Originally posted by mSparks View Post
    Nothing is wrong with doing this - you just cannot do it for anything that has a purpose specifically in health or aviation. Either the software has been approved for use or the user is (potentially) committing a crime if they use it in a commercial/healthcare setting - this will possibly be one of the reasons they farm the work out to your brother instead of doing it themselves.​

    yes of course my brother has only job because they source out the work for my brother because they do not want to do the job. its a dirty job no one want to do it.
    but keep in mind my mother was PDL leader position in a very big Diakanie nursing station for 47 years.
    and my brother does it for 25 years in his own company.
    and in all these years cases like you claim literally do not exist in real world. theoretically it is like you say but in the real world statistically it does not exist. really not. such cases if they happen are big in the media.

    Originally posted by mSparks View Post
    Sure, but, generally open source software is open source either because it has little value any more, and the cost of maintaining it exceeds the income industry can get from selling it, or because the authors enjoy what they are doing, in both cases development is funded through a service model.​
    yes exactly we want a service model similar to the DATEV cooperative​

    DATEV is not software you can buy on the free market it is a cooperative modell you need to be tax lawyer and become member. means these members then finance these service model to finance the open-source development.

    Originally posted by mSparks View Post
    most of the regulations are things that should be done anyway, It's more that so far all I've heard is surprise that no one wants to fund standing on the street handing out free ipads to anyone who walks by.


    even only the existence of such a open-source project would flood my brother with customers because he is already flooded with customers who want this 60€ form.
    again keep in mind my brother does not have to make money with the software the only existence of such a software would already make him money. even such a project without a existing software would make him money. just see it as a PR stunt its the cheapest PR you can get.

    Originally posted by mSparks View Post
    If your brother really wants it open source, all he needs do is write a blog post describing exactly what he does and who he does it for, and the Chinese will probably offer it to them for $1 an hour in a few weeks.
    we have close contact with chinese people and they tell us otherwise they say developers earn in china nearly as much as they earn here because its already a global market. also to even give these chinese work is impossible task for people like my brother means you need expert who then hand over the work to the chinese.

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  • mSparks
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    Originally posted by qarium View Post

    what is wrong in doing exactly this ?
    Nothing is wrong with doing this - you just cannot do it for anything that has a purpose specifically in health or aviation. Either the software has been approved for use or the user is (potentially) committing a crime if they use it in a commercial/healthcare setting - this will possibly be one of the reasons they farm the work out to your brother instead of doing it themselves.
    Originally posted by qarium View Post
    there is a reason why i want open-source software that is free to use.
    Sure, but, generally open source software is open source either because it has little value any more, and the cost of maintaining it exceeds the income industry can get from selling it, or because the authors enjoy what they are doing, in both cases development is funded through a service model.
    Originally posted by qarium View Post
    also you make it look like anyone does not want to follow law and rules and regulation but this is clearly not the case.
    most of the regulations are things that should be done anyway, It's more that so far all I've heard is surprise that no one wants to fund standing on the street handing out free ipads to anyone who walks by.

    If your brother really wants it open source, all he needs do is write a blog post describing exactly what he does and who he does it for, and the Chinese will probably offer it to them for $1 an hour in a few weeks.

    Last edited by mSparks; 22 May 2024, 05:35 PM.

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