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Hey guys,

I have succeeded in creating my own ai algorithm and I have written the first ever program for it in JavaScript(I know some people think js is a toy languange , but it got the job done) I will write a full c/c++ program but that may take me several months or years

Some of the functionalities it can perform are:-
1)duplicate code from a different site based on a users past activity example if a user accessed my site and he finds the theme boring and let's say he is fond of accessing a different site e.g fb then the AI will duplicate fb's CSS to match it even sometimes the js.
2)predict if the user is getting bored by the ads on the site and auto remove them.
3)It can remember the user without need of cookies I.e each person interacts with site differently types at different speeds and makes different errors when typing then it can show you personalised content without using cookies(slightly error prone though)
4)it can improve itself
5)it can obsfucate its self(make the code invisible) and any other js code on your site making it hard for people to steal or understand your code. It typically does this every time someone access the site, using different algorithms every time.
6)if the user is not clicking on a link let's say affiliate link it auto clickbait's the user this is done automatically after say 150seconds.
7)contains an inbuilt learning chatbot(I still do not know what to do with this, but it can be installed on the FAQ page of your site and people can ask it questions and it can respond using inbuilt responses or its own made up stuff).

More ideas and applications please:-
 

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2)predict if the user is getting bored by the ads on the site and auto remove them.

3)It can remember the user without need of cookies I.e each person interacts with site differently types at different speeds and makes different errors when typing then it can show you personalised content without using cookies(slightly error prone though)


6)if the user is not clicking on a link let's say affiliate link it auto clickbait's the user this is done automatically after say 150seconds.-

For (2) - How can a user gets bored of adds? I mean is not that somebody goes to a website and gets excited about ad banners and starts clicking on them like crazy.

For (3) That's a great feature! You can improve on it and even sell it as a patter recognition (but I think there are other websites doing this already so try to come up with something better)

For (6) That's deceptive and you can set this without an AI ( I recommend you get rid of it)
 

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Someone was suggesting a AI that could detect when one's website was down and automatically pause one's campaigns on Facebook Ads / other ad platforms.

It could save big spenders thousands of dollars (site down for 10 hours while you're spending $300/hour on ads and you can quickly see how much you could end up saving someone if the campaign had been paused after 2 min. and sent the person a SMS text ... about the site being down and sms when the site is up again).
 

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Someone was suggesting a AI that could detect when one's website was down and automatically pause one's campaigns on Facebook Ads / other ad platforms.

It could save big spenders thousands of dollars (site down for 10 hours while you're spending $300/hour on ads and you can quickly see how much you could end up saving someone if the campaign had been paused after 2 min. and sent the person a SMS text ... about the site being down and sms when the site is up again).

This is very useful. Literally ended up costing me 4 figures once. Luckily it ended up being a profitable campaign.

And the FB Ads + CPA is extremely popular and there's a TON of people who spend a TON of money. People spending 4 figures a day like it's peanuts.
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For (2) - How can a user gets bored of adds? I mean is not that somebody goes to a website and gets excited about ad banners and starts clicking on them like crazy.

For (3) That's a great feature! You can improve on it and even sell it as a patter recognition (but I think there are other websites doing this already so try to come up with something better)

For (6) That's deceptive and you can set this without an AI ( I recommend you get rid of it)

On getting bored with ads, i dint mean for one particular user, I meant your whole bunch of users, I noticed that some sites reduce in traffic if the owner implements too many ads so the Ai auto-removes the ads waits for high traffic then boom ads. It can like figure out the perfect ads/traffic ratio for your site by experimenting on its own.

For 3) if I get it working good am not gonna sell it think all of the applications from user auto login in sites without need of password to extremely personalised ads

6) I know its not right but I was kinda broke, but I will get rid of it, with time of course hehehe.

Someone was suggesting a AI that could detect when one's website was down and automatically pause one's campaigns on Facebook Ads / other ad platforms.

It could save big spenders thousands of dollars (site down for 10 hours while you're spending $300/hour on ads and you can quickly see how much you could end up saving someone if the campaign had been paused after 2 min. and sent the person a SMS text ... about the site being down and sms when the site is up again).

Will definitely work on this. Thanks for the reply.
 
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Someone was suggesting a AI that could detect when one's website was down and automatically pause one's campaigns on Facebook Ads / other ad platforms.

It could save big spenders thousands of dollars (site down for 10 hours while you're spending $300/hour on ads and you can quickly see how much you could end up saving someone if the campaign had been paused after 2 min. and sent the person a SMS text ... about the site being down and sms when the site is up again).
No need for AI here
For AdWords for example you write a script checking your website and it status code is not 200 it automatically pauses your ads.
Now for Facebook you could do the same for example even with Google Sheets and the scripting and when your website is down it just goes to API and pauses your ads
 

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The entire Ai is based of a mathematical puzzle(not the code but algorithm it uses), it keeps on searching for a better faster solution(if it can solve the same problem faster and more efficiently it makes it smatter right.). I don't wanna get compilicated but basically it is a web ai , users access a site, a virtual neuron is created on the users webbrowser sandbox, this neuron uses the users CPU power to try and get a better solution if multiple people have accessed the site the first neuron to get a better solution sends it back to the master component in the server where programmers update the algorithm and all neurons receive an update, and the process continues until the most efficient method is figured out.

What is called AI these days. Annyway could you elaborate on
 

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For (2) - How can a user gets bored of adds? I mean is not that somebody goes to a website and gets excited about ad banners and starts clicking on them like crazy.

I think he's referring to users simply not clicking on certain ads. In that scenario, it may be useful to change...though I think this is inbuilt into Adsense.
 

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Your concept seems valid. But monetization would be a bit tricky. You need input from some veterened advertisers.

I give you kudos for the effort.

Hope it comes of use
 

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I think he's referring to users simply not clicking on certain ads. In that scenario, it may be useful to change...though I think this is inbuilt into Adsense.

Indeed, it might already included into Adsense.

Even a simple timeout and refresh could do the job
 

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I think he's referring to users simply not clicking on certain ads. In that scenario, it may be useful to change...though I think this is inbuilt into Adsense.

It probably is good for running an ad network through affiliate programs. He may be able to use it in combination with geodemographics research, to optimize the ads shown to each region and logged user.
 

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Someone was suggesting a AI that could detect when one's website was down and automatically pause one's campaigns on Facebook Ads / other ad platforms.

It could save big spenders thousands of dollars (site down for 10 hours while you're spending $300/hour on ads and you can quickly see how much you could end up saving someone if the campaign had been paused after 2 min. and sent the person a SMS text ... about the site being down and sms when the site is up again).
You don't need an AI for that though? Why would you? What would the AI "learn" or "adapt" to? Just need a script that checks the uptime of your website and once it's down it does a specific pre-defined task on Facebook Ad manager. No AI required.
 

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You don't need an AI for that though? Why would you? What would the AI "learn" or "adapt" to? Just need a script that checks the uptime of your website and once it's down it does a specific pre-defined task on Facebook Ad manager. No AI required.

Sorry, I'm not a techno-uber-l33t geek.... I just meant an automated software ... call it script, call it AI, call it bot.... what ever. Don't care... :)

No offence.
 

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I don't know what your AI chat is like but usually AI chat is terrible.
The best way for you to improve it to release a beta and ask what users think?
 
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