In 1997, a flaw was discovered in how Linux and Windows handled IP fragmentation, a Denial-of-Service vulnerability which allowed systems to be crashed remotely.
Vue 3 introduces some compelling new features, but also many breaking changes. The question is, how do you get there? Fortunately, the Vue.js team has recently released the Migration Build, which makes it possible (and easy) to make a smooth transition from v2 to v3.
Machine learning is not new, but advances in both hardware and software have recently opened the gate of possibilities. Automated drones and vehicles are capable of getting themselves from point A to point B without (much?) human intervention thanks to machine learning and artificial neural networks. With an extremely small amount of effort, software can now be developed to do incredible things with neural networks which couldn’t be done just a few years ago.