Silicon Valley, Wyoming

I just had an idea, sitting in the studio this evening, that I’m calling The Big Idea:

To call upon Silicon Valley, California to create a system able to determine the truth or falsehood of any communication transmitted by social media (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram etc.) as well as any communication transmitted by the print and broadcast media (CNN and FOX News, The New York Times and so forth) that would determine the truth or the falsity of the communication transmitted. 

Surely some impartial, scrupulous, righteous, quietly efficient algorithm could be developed to identify falsehoods, show how the falsehoods differentiate from the truth—the facts—identify within the communication when and where context plays a part, provide examples, and/or: issue a statement of correction or give a clean bill of health to the communication as is.

There’s big money in this idea, and I’d like at least half of it.

 Author’s residence in Wyoming, view of the main cabin to which he ran uphill from his studio screaming Eureka, to record the Big Idea, 9 p.m. July 26, 2018. All Rights Reserved, Brooks Roddan, 2018.   

Author’s residence in Wyoming, view of the main cabin to which he ran uphill from his studio screaming Eureka, to record the Big Idea, 9 p.m. July 26, 2018. All Rights Reserved, Brooks Roddan, 2018.