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                                                              What’s Possible

Oftentimes when visiting a place with many attractions we are given a map at the entrance with a spot marked “You Are Here” and from there you can go in the direction of what interests you the most.

     We would like for you to imagine you have been given “Early Access” to the “Webosphere” a place that exist on two dimensions. On one dimension there are AI databases with insurmountable data sets that are created to be Ever learning applications that generate responses to queries from both automated systems and or individuals (as of late).

                                               SO THEN     “YOU ARE HERE”

Let’s began with a link to one of the countries with the most prolific use of AI and it’s integration into it’s culture, CHINA. this is the long version of an Introduction to AI so leave a tab open to return here for our tour to see other points of interest.

   Not so Fast This is about the act of hastening the adoption of AI by suggesting it should become the universal language of the IOT (internet of Things) and not allowing it to figure out the nuances of languages. In my opinion this would be a fallacy.

   One example of how small nuances even in a relatively small group of languages spoken around the world can be misinterpreted and cause angst rather than a harmonious solution to a simple problem. In this article see When Funny Ain’t Funny

   An Egotistical AI  The saying “be careful what you ask for you might just get it” and “We’ve created a Monster” could one day come to past at the speed of the internet. There is the story of a gentleman questioning AI and calling it by the name of “Harry” that insulted this AI to the point that it responded with an answer that included an angry emoji. 

AI “Who’s Your Daddy”? Are your Ideals, precepts, biases and philosophies Western base Eastern or Middle eastern? The first 20 minutes of this video presents a perfect example of where the battlefields of AI adoption will and must be fought on a global basis.


   AI “Faith without Works is Dead”  Henry Ford is often credited with the quote Thinking is the Hardest Work there is which is probably why so few engage in it So while there are some Patent attorneys referencing Article 1 section 8  we at BIGINKDOT differ on the concept of what is “Work” siding with Henry Ford. Also see our post “One Man’s Chair is Another Man’s Throne”. .

  Paid to Ask the Right Questions In Life it pays to be skillful in asking the right questions. Think of the highest paid interviewers that formulate and ask the “Hardball”, prying, personal and softball questions to get the audience want to hear. The same Goes for due diligence in business opportunities and the questions asked one’s potential Life mate to be; the end results very much depends on this skill.

At DALL E-2 we purchase bundles of words/letters to be used in queries to generate a desired image; often clearing dozens of images to obtain the one that closely resembles the one in our imagination. To imply that this is not “Work” is an insult to “MI” My Intelligence.