Headline October 24, 2018/ '' ' SOCIAL WRECKING SONAR' ''


 HOW GREATNESS GETS DONE  :............. 

Knowing not guessing.*Implementing not theorizing*. This is how a fragmented world becomes more connected.

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SO, ''Merium, Rabo, Dee, Haleema, Saima, Sarah, Malala, Zainab, Seher, Emaan, Hussain, Shahzaib, Haider, Salar,  Vishnu, Zaeem......  ''wouldn't it be fun building a billion dollar organization in the months ahead?''.............

And in that very context : ''Where  then are we on *Online Electioneering Software and Apps* And  On Blockchain Technology?''

ULTIMATELY, however, the founders of Google and Facebook faced a day of reckoning. Investors hadn't signed on for a charity, and they demanded an accountability. In the end, Mr. Brin and Mr. Page agreed under pressure to display advertising alongside research results and eventually to allow an outside chief executive, Mr. Schmidt.

Mr. Zuckeberg agreed to include ads within the news feed and transferred a favorite programme to the mobile-advertising business, telling him, ''Wouldn't it be fun to build a billion dollar in six months?''

Turns out that there were billion-dollars fortune to be made by exploiting the foggy relationship between the public and tech companies.

We all knew there was no such thing as a free lunch, an insight memorably encapsulated in 2010 by a commenter to the website MetaFilter, as, ''If you are not paying for it, you're not the customer; you're the product being sold.''

But, really, how can you tell?  So much of what is happening between the public and Silicon Valley is out of view - algorithms written and controlled by wizards who are able to extract value from your identity in ways you could never do for yourself.

Once Mr. Brin, Mr. Page and Mr. Zuckerberg reversed course on pursuing profits, they reported an odd thing - the public didn't seem to care. ''Do you know the most common feedback, honestly?'' Mr. Brin said in 2002 when asked about  the reaction to Google's embrace of advertising.

''It's 'What ads?' People either haven't done searches that bring them up or haven't notices them. Or the third possibility is that they brought up the ads and they did notice them and they forgot about them, which I think is the most likely scenario.''

Interaction between the people and their computers were always going to be confusing, and that confusion would be easy for programmers to exploit.

John McCarthy, the Computer Science pioneer who nurtured the first hackers at  M.I.T, and later ran Stanford's artificial intelligence lab, worried that programmers didn't understand their responsibilities.

''Computers will end up with the psychology that is convenient to their designers [and they'll be fascist bastards if those designers don't think twice]'', he wrote in 1983.

''Program designers have a tendency to think of the users as idiots who need to be controlled. They should rather think of their program as a servant, whose master, the user, should be able to control it.''

Call it the Eliza problem. In 1966, Joseph Weizenbaum, a professor at M.I.T unveiled computer program, Eliza, which imitated a psychotherapist. It would, by rote, inquire about your feeling toward your parents or try to get you talking by rephrasing what you said in the form of a question.

The program immediately touched a nerve, becoming a national phenomenon, to the surprize of Mr. Weizenbaum. For example, The New York times swooned: ''Computer is Being Taught to Understand English.''

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