Network Armies is a road map to the new direction in the rise of social networks. Enabled by technology and new social science models, Network Armies are made up of Americans who share common goals in privacy protection, politics, healthcare and other everyday concerns. Where large groups of Americans share a common goal, we find network activity occurring as if by itself – with astounding results. And as more Americans become frustrated by the control exerted by government and the marketplace, the network army becomes a vital force in change. This book reveals these armies, presents a look at their goals, shows who belongs to each army and how the network is causing change.
There is a lot of money to be made from Artificial Intelligence. By one estimate, the market is projected to hit US$36.8 billion by 2025. Some of this money will undoubtedly go to social good, like curing illness, disease and infirmity. Some will also go to better understanding intractable social problems like wealth distribution, urban planning, smart cities, and more “efficient” ways to do just about everything. But the key word here is “some”
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