INTERNET OF THINGS EXISTED IN SCI-FI a long time ago.
IT is also a common practice to track animals since the 60s.
EGYPTIANS INVENTED ALGORITHMS more than 4,000 years ago.
Many *Advertising Agencies* give strategy to go viral. They forget that if people talk about, it means already that your marketing + brand + actual product is good enough.
Also, only 0,001 % of all the people in history have achieved that. Like becoming part of the cultural heritage. Coca-Cola was already popular before twitter and Facebook existed.
Social networks is not a social phenomenon. In the history of all things, it is just a successful *new* economic area. MMOs existed a long time ago. And there were other *social networks* before Facebook.
Also, artificial intelligence is :
Artificial -> created by men
Intelligence -> "Deductive reasonning"
+ Mechanical -> Predictible
In fact, it should be artificial mechanical intelligence.
Turing's first fame resulted from applying this analysis to a problem posed earlier by Hilbert, which concerned the possibility of mechanizing mathematics. Turing showed that in a certain sense, it is impossible to mechanize mathematics: We shall never be able to build an "oracle" machine that can correctly answer all mathematical questions presented to it with a "yes" or "no" answer. In another famous paper Turing went on to consider the somewhat different question, "Can machines think?." It is a different question, because perhaps machines can think, but they might not be any better at mathematics than humans are; or perhaps they might be better at mathematics than humans are, but not by thinking, just by brute-force calculation power. These two papers of Turing lie near the roots of the subjects today known as automated deduction and artificial intelligence.
Also, none of those sites talk about AUTOMATED PROOF ASSISTANT as "COQ".
ALSO, they have few dubious sources and too short.
ALSO, THEY NEVER talk about interesting stuff like explaining NOAM CHOMSKY theories. NOAM CHOMSKY wrote chef-d'oeuvres of scientific literature therefore you cannot ignore it.
Every 10 + sites I am subscribed are BAD. Say a lot of dumb stuff about IOT and all that.
Even Oracle makes dumb articles about new cloud technology, IOT, facebook generation, viral ...
I will automatic unsubscribe and maybe read useful things like game development.
I also know a little about AIs. There is no-intelligence to speak of. Just triggers and a few branching structures. I have been making a few AIs in my course.
The only intelligence we can find is divine intelligence. Many philosophers/theologians assert that the "Intellect" is of divine nature and can only be found in humans.
If there is Mechanical Divine *INTELLIGENCE*, the arguments on the philosophy field would be addressed.
If it is artificial, it is constructed thing. An artificial machine may not be self-determinated therefore it cannot be intelligent. [A little like in the game Deus Ex 1 with the AI in Paris]
Also, no one knows or cares about thought experiments : https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chinese_roomhttp://plato.stanford.edu/entries/chinese-room/#2.1
Is there any good blog or site, that is not one-sided, simplistic and *short to arrive at conclusions* ?
Libraries are good too. If you need to read a text multiple times to understand it, it is worthwhile most of the times. Finding arguments and counter-arguments while you read it. Maybe trying to reason at the same speed as the author(s). :)