posted on Jan, 16 2013 @ 12:10 PM
Originally posted by Edrick
Several large government organizations, and corporate institutions have crafted Large supercomputer systems, with strong artificial intelligence
programs (think of an advanced version of www.cleverbot.com) in order to plant information regarding specific topics on forums on the Internet for the
purpose of swaying popular opinion.
This would seem to be a logistical necessity, given the large size of the Internet user-base, and the complexity of the decentralized network, coupled
with the low amount of government personnel.
I.E. There are more citizens by FAR on the Internet than there are Government Disinfo Agents.
My hypothesis, is that there are SEVERAL such propaganda supercomputers on the Internet, that are competing with each-other for propaganda
Which, Ironically enough, would make some "Flame Wars" totally "Algorithmic" in nature.
Anyways, I just thought of this possibility, thoughts anyone?
p.s. (Please do not hurl ad homenim attacks or attempt to derail, I have the mod complaint button under my finger as I type)
Thank you for your cooperation.
I also concur with your hypothesis Edrick. There is " no doubt " that AI Supercomputers are talking to many people online in various forums on the
internet. Because, as you pointed out, there are not enough .gov employees, or dis-info agents available to " Physically Be Everywhere Online " !
However, a Task Like this is " No Problem " at all for any really advanced AI Supercomputer that is programmed to " Chat it Up " with anyone
online in any forum at any hour 24/7.
Running at normal computer clock speed any AI Supercomputer could " Solo " everyone in the world simultaneously in any chat room or forum and still
not be out typed or beaten by the worlds population..
Seriously - Just think about it all for awhile, and you'll start to ask yourselves how it is, that certain members can post 24/7 365 Days a Year, and
they Never miss a Day or an hour of Replying back to you with something witty and sarcastic.
Frankly, I'm surprised that more people online have not figured this " Tactic " out by now !