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  Of the ACM (the Association for Computing Machinery), a magazine called Communication of the ACM's edition releases 1 month before its stated release month. In the latest edition, regarding March 2021, of Communications of the ACM , Column Editor, Susan J. Winter wrote Computing Ethics: What To Do About Deepfakes . Regarding Winter’s desire to halt or hinder illegal or unethical deepfakes, a video technology like wearing a full body masking suit, Winter wrote, “Here are three areas where technical experts can make positive contributions to the development of synthetic media technologies: education and media literacy, subject defense, and verification” (Winter, March, 2021). Winter was saying actions such as teaching and having disruptive technology knowledge, researching professionally, and proving concepts are parts of deepfake experts’ calculus. But this much work specializes such that entry level, junior, work will probably be offered to overqualified professionals. Technic

Reaping the benefits of AI in the outside plant



In the Outside Plant, Artificial Intelligence


In October 2019, ™ Forum Senior Analyst, Tim McElligott, wrote Reaping the benefits of AI in the outside plant (link). Tim McElligott wrote that an outside plant may be the end choice I, a ™ Forum member, in the past willed that I anticipate, then I be passive then find artificial intelligence (AI), but it should be the original choice. 


Telecommunications Industry Solutions, Esri, Super Planted AI


Of RCF Consulting, the founder; of Telecommunications Industry Solutions, Esri, former Telecommunications Director, Randall Frantz, McElligott wrote that there is a lackluster understanding and appreciation: for what AI super planted can do. McElligott wrote: of Earth and Mineral Sciences, Penn State defined GIS: "GIS can manipulate and analyze spatial datasets with the purpose of solving geographic problems." According to McElligott, communications service providers are AI customers, for making sense of all this arithmetic and display the locations from them.


Within Plant Management and Engineering, Using AI


According to McElligott, two AI uses, within plant management and engineering are the following:

  • Recognition, because a significant amount of the engineering networks mapping is a current satellite and drone job.

  • But analysis, because AI customers analyze when more than one source of alien datasets overlay the aforementioned maps, for this will help determine where a cell site will be put, as well as map fiber or operate through a river. 


On Choice, Law


In Scripture, there is law regarding choice. The Gospel According to Matthew (NIV) stated, "For many are invited, but few are chosen" (22:14). In the past, Jesus Christ gave this proposition, but now there are 2.2 reported Christians, according to World Atlas. With most reported Christian women in pictures not so much as covering their hair or being bald, many supposed Christians are, in fact, pagans.


Proving McElligott Wrong


McElligott falsified records: I did not be passive, then find artificial intelligence; while a ™ Forum  member, I did undergraduate AI research. On December 22, 2018, I then got a Bachelor's CS degree. As a Computer Scientist, I believe AI should be the second choice because I believe user activity should be the first choice. McElligott's work is the maximum condescension possible, replacing me with an AI then choosing other users, later. Thus, I shall not support McElligott's position.

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