It appears that more mechanically intensive champions are more affected by latency, while tankier champions or those with point-and-click abilities are less affected by latency.(via Nelson)
via Tony Finch. ‘In this post I will demonstrate how to do reservoir sampling orders of magnitude faster than the traditional “naive” reservoir sampling algorithm, using a fast high-fidelity approximation to the reservoir sampling-gap distribution.’
Phillip Rogaway, a professor of CS at UC Davis, contends that computer scientists should stand up against the construction of surveillance states built using their work:
Waddell: In your paper, you compare the debate over nuclear science in the 1950s to the current debate over cryptography. Nuclear weapons are one of the most obvious threats to humanity today — do you think surveillance presents a similar type of danger? Rogaway: I do. It’s of a different nature, obviously. The threat is more indirect and more subtle. So with nuclear warfare, there was this visually compelling and frightening risk of going up in a mushroom cloud. And with the transition to a state of total surveillance, what we have is just the slow forfeiture of democracy.
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