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In fact, humans can be bothered by any lags that are perceptibly longer than the speed at which our own nervous system can respond to stimuli (about 250 milliseconds). In doing so, it pushes the envelope of instant gratification by attempting to guess what you want before you even articulate it.

Autocomplete leaps ahead of now to offer you the near future on a silver platter.

The predictive quality of the algorithm gets more interesting when you pick an autocomplete suggestion that wasn’t quite what you were searching for but was close enough that you went along with it because you are a lazy mammal.

For in this matter of your query about cats or clown anxieties, Google has not just predicted the future but changed it.

Instead, a bureau representative wrote in a later memo, “a large portion of that traffic was due to a malfunctioning ad network.” The call, in other words, was coming from inside the house.

No free speech martyr, instead appears to have been the victim of its own sales team.

They typically involve sustained and repeated requests from multiple computers or internet-enabled devices on a site, a process that often takes it offline.

In October of last year, an Internet of Things-enabled botnet temporarily downed much of the internet on the United States’ east coast.

Consider Google autocomplete, those helpful little strings of suggested text that pop up as you start typing in a search query.

As ’s Brendan O’Connor noted on Twitter, however, the supposed attack in January 2016 seems to have been nothing of the kind.

The majority of the problematic traffic didn’t appear to be coming from malicious attackers at all.

It’s certainly possible, then, that a “criminal” really was behind the attack. In any case, may not have to worry about a repeat incident.

Advertising on the site has declined precipitously since the presidential election, thanks in part to a sustained boycott effort.

The ways in which computation is sidling up to the future reminds me of the old William S.