Headline, May 06 2022/ ''' GLOBAL* -'' TV SERIES ''- GLOWERS ''' : STUDENTS

''' GLOBAL* -'' TV SERIES ''-


THE TOTAL RIGHTS OF THIS OPEN-ENDED GLOBAL TV SERIES called : '' THE STUDENT '' is the entire, complete, and total ownership of the students of the world. 

ESTEEMED Global Founder Framers of !WOW! - and the Parents, Professors and Teachers of the world, will now begin to lend themselves to TV Series adaptation of their lives and accomplishments in the service of Mankind.

FOR MANY YEARS, many years, !WOW! has been working on writing out the ''script outline'' to sell to the global channels, producers and directors to air as a TV Serial, country by country, at least one episode a month.

What came to fore for scrutiny were Indian Channels, British Channels, American Channels, Pakistani Channels and on and on I can go. And with that I unwrap an open and an experimental canvas for the entire world.

The series will play at every venue, in every country of the world. AND do bear in mind, that each and every country will have its own students, its own stories, its own cast, its own best directors and producers to choose from.

With Almighty God's blessings, I will soon begin looking and searching for some outstanding team of students from INDIA to begin practising VLOG updates on a regular basis. I leave the rest to the world's fertile imagination.

A.I. THREAT TO SAM DAILY TIMES : CONCURRENTLY, Esteemed Global Founder Framer, Engineer Salar Khan Yusufzai, should further shakeout of his laurels, and begin thinking, setting up, and training an A.I. edifice for publishing. We change to A.I. publishing ASAP. ''Salar, am I clear? You have a 31st December 2023 deadline to meet. ''

FIRST STEP : '' Salar, set up an internal team to look at A.I's impact on !WOW!'s publishing and digital strategy.''

The publishing industry has spent the past two decades struggling to adjust to the Internet, as print circulation has plummeted and tech companies have gobbled up rivers of advertising revenue.

NOW COME THE CHATBOTS. New artificial intelligence tools from Google and Microsoft give answers to search queries in full paragraphs, rather than a list of links. Many publishers worry that far fewer people will click through news sites as a result, shrinking traffic - and, by extension, revenue.

The new A.I. search tools remain in limited release, so publishers such as Conde Nast and Vice have not yet recorded their effects on their business. 

But in an effort to prevent the industry from being upended without their input, many are pulling together task forces to weigh options, making the topic a priority at industry conferences and, through a trade organization, planning a push to be paid for the use of their content by chatbots.

'' You essentially call this the Wikipedia-ization of a lot of information,'' said Bryan Goldberg, the chief executive of BDG, which publishes life style culture websites like Bustle, Nylon and Romper.

'' You're bringing together Wikipedia-style answers to an infinite number of questions, and that's just going to nuke many corners of the open web.''

Content publishers have an uneven but largely reciprocal relationship with search engines. The search sites benefit from having trusted sources of information in the results, and the publishers benefit from the traffic to their sites that the search engines generate.

Search traffic from Google accounts for half of overall visits, or more, to many sites, said Brian Morrissey, who writes The Rebooting, a media business newsletter.

Search has been the mainstay of the publishing business on the Internet,'' he said.

Kyle Sutton, director of search and product at the newspaper publisher Gannett, said the relationship had, until now, been mutually beneficial.

'' While all search results are taking from our data and, from our perspective, crawling our content, aggregating our content, there is the return there of them driving traffic to our site,'' Mr. Sutton said. ''So I think that relationship is kind of first and foremost what we want to see maintained.''

The new offerings could change all of that, said Barbara Peng, the president of the digital news brand Insider. Microsoft is incorporating the chatbot into Bing, its search engine. Google's chatbot, Bard, is separate from its main search engine.

'' This will be revolutionary,'' Ms. Peng said, adding, ''It will take some time, and there is a good portion of hype mixed in there, too, but I do think it will change the relationship people have with finding and consuming information.

The impact of ''generative A.I., which can generate text, images and other media from prompts, has become a top priority in discussions among publishers.

A conference in New York in May, the World Congress of News Media, will feature keynote speeches on the issue, according to a schedule on its website.

Vice Media has created a task force in recent months to examine its own approach, said Cory Haik, the chief operating officer. ''It will have a huge impact on publishing in ways that we can't even get our heads around yet,'' she predicted.

To Sum : The World Students Society's Puzzle : How many Leaders, Parents, Founders, Students, Professors and Teachers will get to act in the TV series :


The Honour and Serving of the Latest Operational Research on Students, The World Students Society, A.I. and the future, continues. !WOW! thanks author Katie Robertson.

With most loving and respectful dedication to The Global Founder Framers of !WOW! - and then Leaders, Parents, Students, Professors and Teachers of the world. See Ya all prepare for Great Global Elections on !WOW! - the exclusive ownership of every student in the world : wssciw.blogspot.com and Twitter - !E-WOW! - The Ecosystem 2011 :

Good Night and God Bless

SAM Daily Times - the Voice of the Voiceless


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