"The time has come to accept the practical realities of our current legal circumstances. We shall abide by the court's decisions, even if we do not agree with them," Miller told supporters and reporters at an Anchorage news conference Friday.
In April 2020 in the height of the pandemic, New York Times reporter Stuart Thompson produced an interactive article to discuss the \u201Crealistic\u201D timeline of the COVID vaccine. At that time, while Dr. Fauci among others were publicly touting a goal timeline of August 2021, his research had shown the \u201Ctypical\u201D timeline would be November 2033. He even created a number of switches on various things which could accelerate the timeline, but if you play with it, the fastest you can get the vaccine based on the simulation is 2023.
Another shocking recent example was GPT-3 from OpenAI. For a long time, members of the OpenAI team were insistent that the long-term goal of AGI was going to be possible, and to many in the industry that seemed a little crazy. Then in 2020, they showed incredible capabilities with GPT-3, particularly in zero-shot and few-shot learning\u2014capabilities which most researchers might have said we weren\u2019t close to. To many, this was the first real glimpse at AGI.\u200B
In his open letter responding to Vigano, Ouellet is forceful and intense, telling the former ambassador at different times that his claims are "incredible and absurd," "aberrant," "a very painful wound" on the church, and "unjust and unjustified." 2b1af7f3a8