A self-organizing World Wide Web—a global genetic network of people, products, media, advertising, companies and culture—made possible by our technology, Machine Genetics.
What is Machine Genetics?
We genetically sequence documents, images, videos, websites and advertising. The genetic sequence is a novel compression and representation method for giving information the ability to network and communicate. The genetic sequence also contains ontological, advertising, copyright and commerce instructions.
Why is Genetic Internet innovative?
If every image, video, link and website can network and self-organize into genetically similar groups, it has a profound impact on search, advertising and communication. For example, as images, videos and websites are uploaded worldwide, they join genetic networks faster than search engines—eliminating the need to locate and index content (search engine bots).
What can you do with Genetic Internet’s technology?
Our first product is an innovative cultural Internet platform—GENETIC INTERNET VIBES. We are working on an enterprise platform that will automatically network internal and external information that has been sequenced.
The Entire World Wide Web in every genetic sequence?
Yes, every piece of information sequenced by Genetic Internet, contains all of the information of the World Wide Web that we have sequenced. For example, a genetically sequenced image of George Clooney contains all of the information of the World Wide Web (that we have sequenced).
What problem domain does Machine Genetics address? The World Wide Web.
On Tuesday, August 29, 2016 the World Wide Web turned 25 years old. And after 25 years, the World Wide Web is linked, not NETWORKED—providing a tremendous opportunity for advancement.
Media can’t talk, network or communicate: Images, videos and websites can’t network or communicate, especially media with the same content.
The current World Wide Web is limited by varied and differing information structures—the same insight which inspired Tim Berners-Lee 25 years ago.
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