The problem with AI assessments of my go games is that I'm DDK, typically playing other DDK players. AI is dan level and beyond. I could choose to play the move AI prefers but then my opponent might pull some crazy moves and things get weird. I"m at least trying to learn direction of play from it.
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@prx lame :/
@elpanzer yeah, this is my typical approach. i also completely separate my work devices from personal devices. i don't do anything personal on work machines and i have a travel router separating it from my home (or office) network. the only personal (hardware) connection i have is FreeOTP+ on my phone for work 2FA. I haven't found a good device to handle that short of buying a spare tablet/phone strictly for that purpose.
@elpanzer agreed but i've had to compartmentalize this stuff for work. sad to see these things continue to be used.
@tbn97 do you make these? they're pretty great!
I also just realized that this account has gone completely off the rails. I joined the fediverse again to talk about #infosec but you people are too interesting so here I am socializing. Whatever. I'm comfortable with it so long as I don't drift into politics or start exposing too much personal info. I still long for the fediverse of old but this will do for now.
Alright, I *promise* this isn't an ad but I signed up for ai-sensei.com after I saw it advertised on IGS and it's been interesting. I haven't signed up for a paid account yet. Having AI analyze my games (which I first had done over on OGS) has been insightful. We've moved to a strange place in go where people say things like "AI prefers this move." I wonder how it's changed the meta. AlphaGo defeating Lee Sedol was one of those moments I'll remember forever.
@dokuja @dashie i think you accidentally a toot... in case my previous message fell off the thread: the sdr rabbit hole goes deep for sure. most modern scanners are just self-contained SDR it seems. if you're going the rtl-sdr route, i find it helps to have multiple dongles so you can monitor a wider swath of the bands. i think a single rtl-sdr only yields like 3khz of visibility. maybe a hackrf or something would do better. you're starting to get into higher costs then.
@dokuja @dashie @swirlz the sdr rabbit hole goes deep for sure. most modern scanners are just self-contained SDR it seems. if you're going the rtl-sdr route, i find it helps to have multiple dongles so you can monitor a wider swath of the bands. i think a single rtl-sdr only yields like 3khz of visibility. maybe a hackrf or something would do better. you're starting to get into higher costs then.
@prx so it was linux for me but I had this issue with a different game but when I encountered that error last with innoextract, it was because I wasn't running the latest version. Maybe up- or downgrade innoextract?
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Home crafts and nerdy hobbies for the win.
I see a lot of people posting heavy plywood shields for protecting yourself. Listen to an old LARPER if you take a Rubbermaid lid and blue camping pad and use 3m spray adhesive you can made a huge, lightweight and durable shield for blocking rubber bullets and canisters.