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Meta: An AI Supercomputer, but no Originality

On January 24, 2022, at 12:00 pm ET, Suman Bhattacharyya wrote Meta Unveils New AI Supercomputer. Bhattacharyya wrote, “The supercomputer, the AI Research SuperCluster, was the result of nearly two years of work, often conducted remotely during the height of the pandemic, and led by the Facebook parent’s AI and infrastructure teams” ( link ). Photo by Pixabay on Bhattacharyya was saying the AI Research SuperCluster is a groundbreaking work, against the global catastrophe, COVID-19. But Meta, itself, is not original. Back in 2018, I had conceptualized an idea of virtual cities as a superstructure over physical cities. People could work, adventure, and get paid in digital currency. I believed this would benefit those with vigor, but also those with accessibility issues, equitably. As my idea matured in 2020, I believed I could refine my idea more, but it had little traction on social media. Then, sometime later, I began reading about the Metaverse, and how thi

Securiting Content Creators: A Use Case

On January 27, 2022, the New York Times On Tech newsletter writer, Shira Ovida, wrote  Making Money Online, the Hard Way . About Chrissy Chlapecka, a 21 year old living in Chicago, Ovida stated, “Chlapecka posts at least one short video a day on Instagram and TikTok, where she has a combined 4.5 million followers” ( link ). Ovida was saying 1 videographer is being followed by approximately 5 million followers per day, and her work is short videos each day.  The videos are posted on the popular Meta platform, Instagram, founded on October 6, 2010, in San Francisco. Also, the originally Chinese company, TikTok, founded over the month of September 2016, founded in Beijing. With 1 billion users on Instagram and 1 billion users on TikTok, 5 million followers is a hustle, but for a young adult, it *might* be a safe method for earning money. Ovida said there is no drama in the videos, but she is referencing a popular musician, woman to relate to Chlapecka’s image.  Ovida made a point to tell

Preparing for Web 3

On January 18, 2022, New York Times writer, Ephrat Livni, wrote Tales from Crypto: A Billionaire Meme Feud Threatens Industry . Livni reported Jack Dorsey tweeting Web 3 is not owned by “you,” (us) but by Venture Capitalists and the Limited Partners of Venture Capitalists do: Livni asserted Web 3 is a tokenized Internet economy network ( link ). The tokens, Livni continued, are of the form, cryptocurrency, a decentralized money information system. Livni claimed Web 3 is benefiting users in some way, but the central task is some addition to Web 3, which could be invention, playing, interaction, or financial exchange. Livni also claimed these tokens have the capacity to democratize community-run companies.  Without controlling the token exchanges, Dorsey’s warning about who is really owning Web 3 will prove correct. In order to offer big companies equitable opportunities small companies should have, we will have to set upper limits on how much of Web 3 companies own, since the Big 5 of

Adapting to the 3G Shutdown

At 8:00 am ET, on January 14, 2022, Senior Personal Technology Columnist of the Wall Street Journal, Joanna Stern, wrote The 3G Shutdown Is Coming – Here’s How That Affects You . Stern wrote, “Starting next month, the third-generation wireless networks that served as a rocket booster for the smartphone will be turned off forever” ( link ). Stern was saying a paradigm in Internet and Telcom is shifting. With the advent of Web 3, resource scarcity such as the components of microchips is changing the focus of media to faster and more reliable networks. So, businesses will be able to adapt to larger and more detailed data sets, and we will accomplish this by designing scalable secure networks. The long version of this business adaptation is the optimization of the Web site domain availability granted by the invention of IPv6. Back when the Internet was 1st being built, web developers primarily used IPv4, which allowed 2 32 URL addresses (roughly 4 billion). As nations evolved the previous