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Two ways right now, one is figuring out their swarm search strategy, another way is fooling the deep learning which is trivial to do so and we will learn this in the AI workshop eventually when we do DNNs, however they are already overcoming this by having drones train themselves, they go out in the world and write their own code as they come across things. Nothing is truly autonomous yet we still have operators who do things like get an overview of the search space and then choose where the target is, because you have a hundred+ drones all with 4K cameras and heat sensors, but the flying itself is all autonomous you are like a conductor not actually controlling the drones every move. Elon Musk's idea of reducing bandwidth between machine and man is the key here, the grand idea for where I am anyway is to have the drones move like the operators hand, hence my conductor analogy because it's literally like that. Drop 20k drones over target space and then realtime control at an abstract level without having to manually fly.
The drones now can guess your next move with probability, like you running through a forest trying to get away from them. The swarm can predict where you're doing to run, of course non of them have weapons right now but that will definitely change, in fact I think this is the future of cops. Instead of Robocop we will have drone swarm cop, 911 call comes in, a thousand drones converge within seconds and subdue target (because they are already circling on idle, and filming everything), real cops take their time showing up to do investigations but everything has already been recorded by a few thousand 4k cameras their job is simple. This is speculation on my part because I'm only programming pursuit algorithms to follow other drones, for warfare scenario purposes, but everyday it gets more frightening, I'm glad I got this job to see what is really going on and encourage all other anons to do the same, go program drones, literally every civilians/corporate drone outfit is also a military contractor right now like Skydio https://boards.greenhouse.io/skydio/jobs/4255866003
I'll replace all of software.html with DCIC eventually but it's largely the same as PAPL right now from what I can tell, though some things I find are explained better. Did you notice everything is 'data centric' now? The world is now wall street, if you have 'information supremacy' like Gen. Alexander of the NSA used to put it, you will prevail. Even the calculus book I shill is a 'data centric' calculus book.
tbh I am completely shit right now, I was far more productive 5 years ago but to show it's possible I'd like to finish everything in the meme curriculum as fast as possible to move on to other things, for example today I wrote half of 'OCaml in a day' workshop based on Jane Street's NYC workshop that is 6 hours and teaches the same thing, doing the entire CS3110 gitbook, but then I ran out of time which is my own fault for not allocating 6 hours. I'd like to allocate way more time and make it a live workshop, next week I will try and do this and move everything to be closer to how I finish it every morning then later in the evening. I can do it just I slacked with work overload, half out dev team quit because that's what all devs do these days, they work for 6 months then parachute into a new job.
If you want to focus anon, even though Cal Newport is a meme, try some of his advice how he blitzed through MIT and his undergrad. After class go to the most empty public library on campus and redo every proof given in class, do all the homework, then get out of there and drink beer https://youtu.be/nEqhOfG1lwg
Experiencing the alternative will also motivate you. Imagine you have no education what are you going to do? Be like me, doing almost slave labor landscaping because nobody in my country would hire me, one reason why I fled to go to HK.
Btw China is hiring like mad right now esp Shanghai, Intel is hiring there, everybody. Visas starting to be handed out again to anyone to applies. China is so different from here, do you speak English? Do you understand an if statement? You're in. Not a single competent chinese dev would work there because they can make millions working for some other engineering outfit or get US visa. I exp this in HK while doing hiring, nobody wanted to work in finance. They already had familiy members promising them millions for other things, so I hired literally anybody who applied with no interview. Every single one of my manager's claimed the 'new education system' did not teach them the skills needed, so I convinced them that I could teach them myself, and would go into interviews with some nervous local kid and just tell him there really is no interview, I'm hiring you right now but you have to take CS19 (paid) first, if you can do that you're in. All of them passed, I could only do that because I hung out with the founder guys and convinced them to do so, that would likley never happen here in the western world, nobody wants to invest. In China they will invest in you.
That said, this is my scheme for the meme curriculum of course I will weasel my way into likely Amazon because it is everywhere on earth, and then manipulate it all internally to see how they hire and write a curriculum specifcally for that, which I suspect is still just CS19 and some algorithms.html practice, but we'll see that's in the near future. I'll apply to Jane Street too, and do their interviews with the explicit motivation of getting other anons in. How hard can it be, in fact how hard can the trading desk interview be? I went through glassdoor and team blind with some 'trading ops' interview questions in probability and most of it is things we've already done. Esp when we start doing 10-701 homework that's all entirely trading desk interview ques and easy, you think about the distribution 'oh this coin question is bernoulli distro' and then remember wildberger drawing that picture to link outcomes to some real line, and anybody can do this. obv the IRL job is much harder than this but who cares, the interview isn't.
Sussman's new book req you to go back and take some SICP topics and I'd like to do that, because his new book is absolutely crazy like his biological systems he programs