I am trying to figure out what the best way to do that is.
Part of me likes the idea of doing an article per day for 3–4 days, but I know people like to binge content these days. Myself included when it comes to tv and what not. I hate waiting.
I will happily accept any cryptocurrency regardless of what future coins come out.
Also, Holochain is a decentralized application network and platform. Bitcoin is a cryptocyrrency. They are not even remotely the same thing, and Holochain has a totally different architecture than blockchain.
I’m not really sure how to reply to this, I just proved everything you said in the previous post to be wrong yet you’re doubling down on your assertions that you’re still right. You’re not.
Everything you just said in this reply is also wrong. This is completely within machine learnings capabilities, and it really isn’t that…
That’s not correct as far as I am aware. Not sure what your source is, but like data is profile data. They’re the same thing. When you gain access to someone’s profile you get all of their like data, and the like data was shared according to all of the sources I’ve followed.
My theory is based on an intimate understanding of how computer systems and machine learning work. As well as an understanding of propaganda techniques, and the psychology of arguing and persuaasion.
There is leaked footage of Cambridge Analytica’s CEO making similar claims. Meanwhile, the voting numbers reflect my theory…
Ha, I don’t disagree.
At the same time, that doesn’t excuse the potentially unethical behavior of Cambridge Analytica or Facebook.
Facebook tried to fix the election for Hillary, but double dipped and sold our data to Trump’s campaign team as well. It happened, it helped Trump win, Facebook profited, but I agree it wasn’t the only reason.