Time is precious and wasting it on the endless following, liking and commenting on other people’s accounts on Instagram to get noticed can be pretty tiring, but when you are a beginner and building up your fanbase, creating audience, it is necessary.
Now, many aspiring influencers and companies that want to get noticed on Instagram decide to use some sort of service that promises an instant boost in likes and followers. But when you are considering this, you need to be careful; many of these services offer “fake” likes and follows by accounts that are not real.
Our technology works differently; we use artificial intelligence that will do all the liking, following and commenting for you and in return, you will get followed by real people who are actually interested in your content. But let us talk a little bit about the artificial intelligence itself.
Artificial intelligence is exactly what it´s name says; a program that imitates human mind behaviour. AI secures that machines have some sort of a common sense, problem-solving abilities and analytical reasoning.
Now, to say that AI works exactly like a human mind, it needs to pass the Turing’s test, where a person is communicating with both a human and with an AI, not knowing who is who. If they cannot successfully tell them apart based on the communication, it means that AI passed the test.
That is when we should start getting worried and maybe take some advices from all those Black Mirror episodes.
We can classify AI services into two groups; they can be either Vertical or Horizontal.
The difference is that vertical AI focuses on a single job – making your schedule or an automative repetitive work (like the above mentioned tiring liking, commenting and following of Instagram accounts). That is how Hypelogy works – first, they make an analysis of an Instagram account and then they set the AI according to certain parameters – hashtags used by the clients, their target group, or even competition.
Vertical AI perform one job which ensures that it runs smoothly and does not err – even if to err is human 🙂
On the other hand, horizontal AI is set to handle multiple task, like Siri or Alexa (have you ever asked Alexa about her opinion on Siri or vice versa? :)). However, there is still a lot of research and improvements to be made for horizontal AI to pass the Turing’s test. You can ask them about the weather and tell Alexa to play Despacito, but you can hardly have meaningful conversation with them, can you?
There are no doubts that AI is very useful in our everyday lives; it has found its application in finance analysis, medicine, marketing and even in heavy industry, where robots are given tasks that are too dangerous for humans.
It is probably safe to say that Isaac Asimov would be either pleased or terribly horrified – especially after meeting Sophia the robot.