Censorship is a hell of a business. Snopes and the like, PropOrNot and now, a new app can tell you not only the political bent of what you’re reading but if it is fake news. It’s your warm and friendly watchman, a sanity protector and knowledgeable friend.
But who is watching the watchmen? How do you know he and his fluzzie wife aren’t plotting against you with your knowledgeable friend…
The two men below are programmers, coffee-colored. The one is some kind of Mexican with hair like a girl and a hyphenated last name. The other guy, while coffee-colored has the last name with a berg at the end. They’re both shown below.
Left to Right, it's Michael Lopez-Brau and Stefan Uddenberg. I think Stefan is a Jew because he is not Black but still named Stefan. Jews wouldn't wanna name their kids Steven almost as much as they wouldn't wanna name them John or Jesus. The Jew stoned a Biblical Steven because he told them they weren't shit, albeit very politely. So maybe the Stefan above is one of those mythical Sephardim, probably.
The Stunning Science Behind The App
According to ABCNews.Go.Com, these guys are "both doctoral students in Yale's psychology department." Psychology is one of those things that isn't really a science. May the reader recall Freud's Oedipus Complex. I'll give my Bitcoin to anyone who can find the testing, analysis, data, and controls Freud used when he discovered and confirmed the Oedipus Complex.
I wonder what the rate of occurrence of the odious Complex is today in modern America.
Anyway, these caramel-coloreds had two Asians(probably Chinamen, definitely not Australians) doing the technical work for the psychology "Doctors" to be. One was by the name of An. Mr. An said:
"So let's say there is an article that is very pro-Trump on a topic," said An. "We would then try to give you something more left of center. We can go out and find for you that alternative article."
What happens if HuffPo praises Trump for something, where do they go next... The DPRK Twitter Account maybe?
I thought his Tweet regarding Marvel Comics and his problems with the Phoenix's continuity was great.
What are the immediate reasons given why we need this app?
Ostensibly, this was a competition, something called the "36-hour problem-solving competition known as a hackathon at Yale University." according to ABC. One of the sponsors was Facebook. According to ABC, what I read almost made it sound like Facebook was going to be cribbing notes from the students.
Again, according to ABC:
"That team competed against others to win a challenge from Yale's Poynter Fellowship in Journalism, which asked students to find a way to counter fake news."
The app gives you an alert as to whether the news is "fake" or "biased." There are hardly any fake news stories, ones that are outright fake unless you go Infowars tier or lower or unless someone is outright spoofing or mimicking a real news page.
The emphasis of the story I used, again at ABC, and linked above was more on biased news. The piece was a whirling dervish, blending the lines between fake news and biased news in warped reasoning.
They wanna make this shit sound like it's great. They are selling censorship and political nudges as some kind of protection and convenience.
How does fake news or even biased news affect the modern citizen? A Republican has to un-cuck and uncorrupt, and a liberal needs something and that something might be that Helen Keller a-ha moment. Everybody needs something. Nobody though is running out to the grocery store and getting fucked for fake news.
Fake news that strikes the everyday man is going to 100-1 be a practical joke. Or, am I missing something?
While there may be important fake news, news related threat suppression and cross-platform applications in the future that embryonic programs like the one these fuckers developed may spur, the people that are coming out on top with these things are absolutely shit-tier walking dead. These people are such group-thinkers that there is already a program with the same name that does the same thing with a website. Both programs/products are called "Open Mind." We need suppression on people that use that term.
From the looks of things, I think the established Open Minds already has AIDS and may be spreading other vectors. Watch out: https://openmindplatform.org/
1.) If your medical insurance covers psychological stuff would it be true that the computer programs/apps mentioned in this article are a form of therapy and should therefore be covered under Obamacare or at least a Health Savings Plan?
2.) Why was the story sat on by MSM until Christmas? The pictures of the two darkies were taken on 12/13.