Hey everyone, consider this article a heads up. As all of us in the “New Right” are aware, the social media thought police have been demonetizing, censoring, and banning us at a breakneck pace. We are told that our beliefs violate subjective, selectively enforced hate speech policies. We know that we are really being discriminated against for not conforming to the radical Marxist ideology and post modernist doctrine of the regressive establishment.
The attacks on our ability to publicly discuss our political, spiritual, and philosophical beliefs, as well as the now seemingly routine political violence directed towards the right has forced us to innovate new ways in which to subvert the Orwellian nightmare slowly coiling around the throat of patriots across the globe.
You have heard all of this before. The question inevitably comes up, what do we do about it? Do you want the short answer? Trigger warning. There is not much we can do after the fact. The only option we have is to get ahead of the curve. We need to train ourselves to foresee patterns and to innovate solutions BEFORE we find ourselves in a social media gulag.
So here is the next shoe to drop against the new right in my opinion. A collaboration of MSM, Twitter, academia, and AI to maximize the efficacy of an anti-MAGA cultural counter offensive.
In an article published by MIT Technology Review titled ‘AI Could Help Reporters Dig Into Grassroots Issues Once More‘ the author begins by admitting that in the 2016 presidential election, “mainstream media outlets were out of touch with the political pulse of the country.” He then introduces Deb Roy. Who is Deb Roy you ask? Deb Roy is the director of the Laboratory for Social Machines at the MIT Media Lab, as well as chief media scientist at you guessed it, Twitter.
Roy’s explanation of the MSM’s failure to uphold it’s duties as the fourth estate are “that many local news operations are being closed or hollowed out because of economic pressures, depriving national newsrooms of valuable grassroots insights.” He failed to mention that a huge swath of the nation is starting to wake up to the fact that the MSM has become nothing but mindless progressive rhetoric, agenda driven talking points, and deep state disinformation.
According to the article, “Roy told the audience at MIT Technology Review’s annual EmTech MIT conference that it’s vital to develop new ways of gauging the health of political discourse. The current prognosis for America isn’t encouraging. “The patient is sick, and the level of hostility [to opposing ideas] is real.”
The article continues, “Through work on its Electome project, which applies big-data analytics to social media, Roy’s team at MIT has demonstrated the increasing prevalence of online social-media “cocoons,” which isolate people from opposing views. Throw in the phenomenon of fake news (which is set to become even more of a challenge), and it all adds up to a hot-button issue that has triggered a backlash against big social-media companies.”
Allegedly the remedy for the issue according to Roy and MIT, “is an approach to bridging political and societal divisions. He sees Cortico, a nonprofit he’s launched in collaboration with the Media Lab, as part of that effort. It plans to give existing newsrooms and local news entrepreneurs access to top-class machine learning, natural-language processing, and other tools. Reporters can use them to mine multiple data sources, identify grassroots concerns, and then develop stories that emphasize common ground between citizens with differing political views.”
Yeah that makes sense. Mine all our data, collude with MSM and academia to correct our thought crimes and to combat anyone you deem as “fake news.” What could go wrong in the land filled with brainwashed collectivist automatons? Stay vigilante fellow patriotic Americans. The dirt bag left is up to their same old tricks. Only this time, they will have better tech.
Give this evil partnership a look see. https://t.co/WgAwT4kfiF
— Tom Shadilay (@TomShadilay) November 15, 2017
Deb Roy: “We can actually use technology and data to start thinking of ways of correcting the direction that our public sphere has, has taken.”
MIT Tech Review