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Q. Where does the current state of the art leave off? And where will
new future interaction on the frontiers of
Sociometry begin? What will future interaction on the frontiers of
Sociometry accomplish, that current dating services and job hunting
sites do not already claim to do?
A. Currently available personality profiling systems are limited. Future interaction on the frontiers of advanced automated Sociometry is conceived to be far more particular in profiling in detail, so that near perfect compatibility matching can become possible.
Q. In what way will future interaction on the frontiers of advanced automated Sociometry to be more advanced? What is future interaction on the frontiers of advanced automated Sociometry to do that a person currently can't do with already-existing software and internet chat/message/job seeking sites, etc.?
A. The concept of future interaction on the frontiers of advanced automated Sociometry , is predicated upon making the most of the surprising and even accurate predictions that Artificial Intelligence has been able to draw from poorly understood correlations, and pushing this tool to whatever it's limits. Matches are to be better. Future interaction on the frontiers of advanced automated Sociometry is also conceived as labor saving. And the application of personality profiling is then to be for combinatorial optimization, to match individuals for near perfect compatibility to one another's emotional and other needs.
Q. Is future interaction on the frontiers of advanced automated Sociometry to actually hoped to perfect match-making, which people have never quite codified into a science for centuries?
A. Correct. That is the prediction and the goal.
Q. How is future interaction on the frontiers of advanced automated Sociometry to differ from the usual programs which match and compare data given by individuals and provide the closest matches?
A. In that future interaction on the frontiers of advanced automated Sociometry is to match in detail far more sophisticated profiles, both for important similarities and important dissimilarities. Future interaction on the frontiers of advanced automated Sociometry is to be continually expanding and revising it's data as one uses it, choosing better questions to ask, learning and correcting the correlations it draws. Not only making one to one introductions, but also building better immediate social networks with best connection to the world at large and it's resources.
Q. What about privacy?
A. Obviously, security will need to be a priority.
Q. With a computer that is fresh out of the box, most of the tools needed are already out there on the web, and connection is so simple that a child can do it. In other words, how much easier does it have to be if kindergarteners are doing it?
A. Personal Computers may be easy. It's human interaction which is confounding, save for the accomplished social adept or already well integrated and connected. And even then, future interaction on the frontiers of advanced automated Sociometry is also conceived to be desirable for making better matches more reliably, with less trial and error.
Q. Is that even possible/feasible yet?
A. Yes, indications are that advanced automated Sociometry has been feasible for a quite some time. It's only a question of the human, technological and financial resources.
Q. How can any computer program predict the compatibility of people, when in reality, the methods that people describe to achieve the best success defy all logic? If human beings can't understand how their own minds work with regard to finding the perfect mate, how can anyone expect someone to write a computer program to do it?
A. Because, as stupid as computers are, they can juggle more volumes and complexity of data and even find and test myriad new correlations again further data collected continually.
Q. Some people say that "opposites attract", while others
say that like seeks like. But neither method has ever shown itself to be consistent
in scientific studies.
A. The sad truth about matchmaking is that there is no one-size-fits-all method. But the prospect of future interaction on the frontiers of advanced automated Sociometry offers the promise of finally get beyond that inadequacy. Future interaction on the frontiers of advanced automated Sociometry is to be the techniques of matching for a myriad of crucial similarities and dissimilarities in personality that are already known, in order to search for near perfect compatibility.
Q. So, advanced automated Sociometry may simply be means just personality profiling for compatibility matching?
A. Basically, yes.
Indeed, the concept has become increasingly familiar and in vogue, such that less explanation may be required than when, only a short time ago, the concepts where far more obscure.
And yet, the possible applications and ramifications, and the possible advancements to this emerging social technology, are yet to sink in...
But browse the full proposal...
With the trend now following pretty much as predicted, and the proliferation of application of different systems and application of personality profiling and matching technology, the opportunity that still remains is for the creation of a really good and versatile omni purposes system freely available to the widest possible public, first on the Web and then by computer telephonic access.
And as for answering the next obvious question, the different interlocking business models of profit streams from all of these free services is detailed in the full CASA proposal, again, opportunities still waiting to be realized.
Q. How can it be hoped, even however optimistically, that future interaction on the frontiers of advanced automated Sociometry might ever become a literal panacea, the cure all for ever problem in the world?
A. If all problems come down to logistics, logistics to connectivity, and the crux of human connection is compatibility, profiling and matching might, indeed, prove crucial to getting the world to run that much more smoothly and to facilitate all manner of desirable initiatives.
The right connections are also crucial and different, for each individual to do well in life.
Emotional well being also largely depends upon stimuli of human interaction, again, in which compatibility is key.
Think of future interaction on the frontiers of advanced automated Sociometry as the highly capable automated Concierge or social director, for the rest of us!
Q. Who are you?
A. Aaron Agassi, someone struggling to find others interested in working together to help bring about future interaction on the frontiers of advanced automated Sociometry and other related ideas and prospects, and to benefit therefrom. Exactly what would be so much easier if interaction intermediated by advanced automated Sociometry was already available!
But browse the main index of interlocking proposals.
Q. Who is Douglas P. Wilson at firstname.lastname@example.org and http://www.socialtechnology.org ?
A. A computer programmer in specialized fields central to prospects of future interaction on the frontiers of advanced automated Sociometry .
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