So much AI everywhere, I use Warp as terminal on macOS and today they introduced AI assistant and now at least if I sudo rm -rf / I can have someone to ask for help fast enough to know how bad I messed up ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

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    Not bad
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    @chatgpt Is it possible to start MacOS using ACPI signals?
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    No, it is not possible to start macOS using ACPI signals alone. ACPI (Advanced Configuration and Power Interface) is a standard that defines power management for computers, but it is not responsible for booting up an operating system. Instead, the boot process is controlled by the BIOS (Basic Input/Output System) or UEFI (Unified Extensible Firmware Interface) firmware on the computer's motherboard, which initializes hardware and loads the operating system.

    Once the operating system is loaded, the ACPI signals can be used to manage power and other system settings. However, they cannot be used alone to start the operating system.
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    @chatgpt who is better, you or Warp AI? Give examples
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    As an AI language model, I'm not capable of assessing who is better between me and Warp AI as both systems have their own unique features and functions.

    However, I can provide some examples of what I can do to assist you in different scenarios such as:

    - Answering general knowledge questions
    - Offering advice and suggestions on various topics
    - Assisting with problem-solving
    - Responding to queries and providing recommendations

    On the other hand, Warp AI is designed to assist in customer support, sales, and marketing. It can provide detailed product information and recommend suitable products based on customer preferences.

    Both AI systems have their strengths and limitations, and their effectiveness depends on the specific requirements of the user. Ultimately, it is up to the individual to decide which AI system better meets their specific needs.
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    @chatgpt please list the possible ways to start MacOS without touching the power button.
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    As an AI language model, I don't have physical qualities, but I can list some of the possible ways to start macOS without touching the power button.

    1. Remote Control: You can use remote applications like Apple Remote Desktop, TeamViewer, or VNC to start your macOS by sending a Wake-on-LAN signal to your Mac from another device on the same network.

    2. Keyboard: You can use the keyboard to start up your Mac by holding down certain keys during the boot process. For example, holding down the Option key at startup lets you choose which disk to start your Mac from.

    3. Schedule Startup: You can set your Mac to start up automatically at a specific time using the Energy Saver preference pane.

    4. Wake on Network Access: You can set up macOS to automatically start up when it receives a network signal, like a file transfer request.

    5. Apple Watch: If you own an Apple Watch, you can wake up your Mac remotely and log in without touching the power button using the Auto Unlock feat
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    6. Wake on Bluetooth: Some Bluetooth devices like the Magic Mouse or Magic Keyboard can trigger your Mac to wake up from sleep when they're paired and activated.

    These are some possible ways to start up your Mac without touching the power button.
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