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Aiki Wiki, Wikipedia We Have a Problem update

Post by WWHP » Sat Dec 18, 2021 8:11 pm

Hi everyone, it has been quite a long time.

I'm glad everyone is still here. As some may know, my case study Wikipedia, We Have a Problem has been offline for some time, and I have an update which is also published here
https://rome-viharo.medium.com/aiki-wik ... 029e395987

“Wikipedia, We Have a Problem” disappeared from the internet in late 2019, after I hit a number of entrepreneurial hardships that distracted me just enough to let the domain lapse while a number of my detractors were on standby to pick up the domain name, and attempt to re-sell it to me for a high profit margin.

As the project and not much from me has been heard by anyone since, I would like to post a formal update, because much has changed.

First, Aiki Wiki, which is the project that Wikipedia We Have a Problem was informing, hit a milestone.

In 2020, I finally completed the algorithm for Aiki Wiki.

The algorithm can guide an online dispute or conversation to only one possible mathematical and psychological outcome, resolution. It is a combination of Game Theory, Psychology and computer interface design.

In 2021, the project was accepted into the National Science Foundation, and Aiki Wiki is partnering with a major research university, Top 5 in the United States. (I'm not mentioning names publicly yet because the last thing I need is a bunch of trolls contacting a prestigious research professor.)

The project has gone on to receive some pretty incredible high level endorsements, including a chief science officer from the top tech company in the world, a few prominent professors, and surprisingly has received endorsements from some very prominent attorneys for Aiki Wiki’s impact on legal disputes and more importantly as a prototype for a digital court system.

Since 2020, I have given over 200 live presentations of how a mutually resolving consensus can emerge without any requirement for a third party mediator and without any type of voting. (anyone can DM me or contact me for a live demo over zoom, its fun!)

What is more, I demonstrate how a process can exist within a computer interface that, with mathematical precision, can produce the most optimal outcome possible between ideological divides while naturally filtering the worst types of behaviors and choices.

This has been the peak experience of my life, and if anyone was following the journey of Aiki Wiki through the publication of Wikipedia, We Have a Problem, they would know how hard won this accomplishment is, primarily because my research into consensus building on Wikipedia required me to get harassed and targeted to a very extreme degree.

Cheers!

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All roads lead to Rome Viharo

Post by Joe Crow » Sun Dec 19, 2021 1:24 am

Hi Rome,

The top google result for aiki wiki is

https://aiki.fandom.com/wiki/AIKI_Wiki

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I must say, I'm quite surprised to see the National Science Foundation throwing millions of taxpayer dollars at what appears to be a wiki devoted to a hentai- and martial arts-heavy manga series.

Nice little earner though. Fair play...

You can ban my account because I am blocked here and I have no interest in staying but I just want to add that Rome has invited me to be a MOD on his new Aiki Wiki website and I plan on creating a whole section exposing RationalWiki

- Abd Lomax. Energy-Neutral 12:02, 4 November 2021
lol, you really are nuts!

How is the old scrote?

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Re: Aiki Wiki, Wikipedia We Have a Problem update

Post by ericbarbour » Sun Dec 19, 2021 3:16 am

Welcome back! sorry you lost the domain -- URL theft can be a serious problem. Do you think some Wikipedia nits were behind the domain hijack? Would not surprise me at all. Too damn many roads lead back to David Gerard and his Nut Squad.

Good luck with Aiki Wiki. It's one of those ideas that might find serious applications, one never knows.
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Sat Dec 18, 2021 8:11 pm
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Re: Aiki Wiki, Wikipedia We Have a Problem update

Post by WWHP » Sun Dec 19, 2021 7:39 am

ericbarbour wrote:
Sun Dec 19, 2021 3:16 am
Welcome back! sorry you lost the domain -- URL theft can be a serious problem. Do you think some Wikipedia nits were behind the domain hijack? Would not surprise me at all. Too damn many roads lead back to David Gerard and his Nut Squad.

Good luck with Aiki Wiki. It's one of those ideas that might find serious applications, one never knows.
Thanks Eric! I'm not sure exactly, but I literally was late by one week in the registration, and they were on it like flies. How you holding up? All good since the Covid wave? You were always one of the more decent folks on the board. Glad you are still around, unless it feels like a curse, lol

Does smith show up here? that quote above is not from ABD, its smith impersonating him (at least it was kinda funny this time, maybe those guys are finally developing more of a sense of humor)

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Re: Aiki Wiki, Wikipedia We Have a Problem update

Post by Jake Is A Sellout » Sun Dec 19, 2021 8:30 pm

WWHP wrote:
Sat Dec 18, 2021 8:11 pm
Hi everyone, it has been quite a long time.

I'm glad everyone is still here. As some may know, my case study Wikipedia, We Have a Problem has been offline for some time, and I have an update which is also published here
https://rome-viharo.medium.com/aiki-wik ... 029e395987

“Wikipedia, We Have a Problem” disappeared from the internet in late 2019, after I hit a number of entrepreneurial hardships that distracted me just enough to let the domain lapse while a number of my detractors were on standby to pick up the domain name, and attempt to re-sell it to me for a high profit margin.

As the project and not much from me has been heard by anyone since, I would like to post a formal update, because much has changed.

First, Aiki Wiki, which is the project that Wikipedia We Have a Problem was informing, hit a milestone.

In 2020, I finally completed the algorithm for Aiki Wiki.

The algorithm can guide an online dispute or conversation to only one possible mathematical and psychological outcome, resolution. It is a combination of Game Theory, Psychology and computer interface design.

In 2021, the project was accepted into the National Science Foundation, and Aiki Wiki is partnering with a major research university, Top 5 in the United States. (I'm not mentioning names publicly yet because the last thing I need is a bunch of trolls contacting a prestigious research professor.)

The project has gone on to receive some pretty incredible high level endorsements, including a chief science officer from the top tech company in the world, a few prominent professors, and surprisingly has received endorsements from some very prominent attorneys for Aiki Wiki’s impact on legal disputes and more importantly as a prototype for a digital court system.

Since 2020, I have given over 200 live presentations of how a mutually resolving consensus can emerge without any requirement for a third party mediator and without any type of voting. (anyone can DM me or contact me for a live demo over zoom, its fun!)

What is more, I demonstrate how a process can exist within a computer interface that, with mathematical precision, can produce the most optimal outcome possible between ideological divides while naturally filtering the worst types of behaviors and choices.

This has been the peak experience of my life, and if anyone was following the journey of Aiki Wiki through the publication of Wikipedia, We Have a Problem, they would know how hard won this accomplishment is, primarily because my research into consensus building on Wikipedia required me to get harassed and targeted to a very extreme degree.

Cheers!
I replied to you WWHP, but rog deleted it. :cry:

You know him as Smiley on Wikipediocracy.

Hopefully his "Uncle Eric" will be a dear and provide you with a copy. :shrug:

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Re: All roads lead to Rome Viharo

Post by WWHP » Mon Dec 20, 2021 12:38 am

Joe Crow wrote:
Sun Dec 19, 2021 1:24 am
Hi Rome,

The top google result for aiki wiki is

https://aiki.fandom.com/wiki/AIKI_Wiki

Image

I must say, I'm quite surprised to see the National Science Foundation throwing millions of taxpayer dollars at what appears to be a wiki devoted to a hentai- and martial arts-heavy manga series.

Nice little earner though. Fair play...

You can ban my account because I am blocked here and I have no interest in staying but I just want to add that Rome has invited me to be a MOD on his new Aiki Wiki website and I plan on creating a whole section exposing RationalWiki

- Abd Lomax. Energy-Neutral 12:02, 4 November 2021
lol, you really are nuts!

How is the old scrote?
hey man, that post was from smith, its just an impersonation, that wasn't abd.

also, Aiki Wiki has NO mods!

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Re: Aiki Wiki, Wikipedia We Have a Problem update

Post by rog » Mon Dec 20, 2021 12:41 am

Hi again Rome.

Yes, you explained on [Redacted]!

Sorry for any confusion: this should clarify matters for you:

https://genderdesk.wordpress.com/2021/1 ... na-amanda/

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Re: Aiki Wiki, Wikipedia We Have a Problem update

Post by ericbarbour » Mon Dec 20, 2021 9:09 am

WWHP wrote:
Sun Dec 19, 2021 7:39 am
Thanks Eric! I'm not sure exactly, but I literally was late by one week in the registration, and they were on it like flies. How you holding up? All good since the Covid wave? You were always one of the more decent folks on the board. Glad you are still around, unless it feels like a curse, lol
Believe it or not, Covid was great for my business--sales literally doubled. The nerds were stuck indoors and started buying massive mountains of music gear. This forum was always going to be a curse, but at least it costs almost nothing to run, and no one can say there wasn't someone criticizing the Wiki-Whackers.
Does smith show up here? that quote above is not from ABD, its smith impersonating him (at least it was kinda funny this time, maybe those guys are finally developing more of a sense of humor)
We banned quite a few Smith sockpuppets. Have not seen much other than this Crows Nest madness.
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Re: Aiki Wiki, Wikipedia We Have a Problem update

Post by Jake Is A Sellout » Tue Dec 21, 2021 9:19 pm

I replied to you WWHP, but rog deleted it. :cry:

You know him as Smiley on Wikipediocracy.

Hopefully his "Uncle Eric" will be a dear and provide you with a copy. :shrug:

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Re: Aiki Wiki, Wikipedia We Have a Problem update

Post by WWHP » Fri Dec 24, 2021 7:29 am

Hi Eric
We banned quite a few Smith sockpuppets. Have not seen much other than this Crows Nest madness.
I've been out of the loop for a bit. "This" crows nest? Honestly i haven't been caught up in the past two years, just coming out of my turtle shell now.

Glad business is up!
rog wrote:
Mon Dec 20, 2021 12:41 am
Hi again Rome.

Yes, you explained on [Redacted]!

Sorry for any confusion: this should clarify matters for you:

https://genderdesk.wordpress.com/2021/1 ... na-amanda/
hi! ahhh, okay I think i am beginning to understand...a little bit :shrug: I am unsure of the cross board politics, not sure if any other links can clear that up.

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