October 4, 2022

Artificial intelligence is an undefined term people throw around, scaring each other about impending doom.  One reads stories about how A.I. applies facial recognition to end privacy.  Other scaries are about the government profiling people’s writing to find anonymous posters.

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Our team has been applying artificial intelligence for over a decade. 

There is zero intelligence in artificial intelligence.  Zero.

A.I. is the concentration of massive computing power, integrating multiple data streams, really fast, to find subtle patterns or differences in those streams.  

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Here’s an example: when a customer calls an 800 number with a complaint, voice recognition instantly determines the person’s likely age.  Or it can determine agitation.  Or if that person speaks with a Spanish accent, it routes him to a Spanish language agent.

This makes for lots of data, hitting large processors, delivering insight, not intelligence.

A.I. is a technology game two can play.  Remember those 2020 election voter rolls?

In early 2021, Sherriff David Clarke and Mike Lindell asked our team to load the Wisconsin voter rolls to find “anomalies.”  You’ve read the stories about the 23,000 Wisconsin voters using the same phone number and thousands of voters with “codes” that cannot be read by traditional computers as their voter IDs.  Our technology, Fractal Programming, found all that stuff for the Wisconsin voter team.

There was nothing “intelligent” in those data.

The only time we found anything coming close to the word “intelligent” was the lack of intelligence from secretaries of state, particularly Republicans.