UFO seems to attack Truck,Missile,Plane and in the video right below attacks an Meteorite-to save earth?
I have been seeing this term quite often.
Contrary to what I thought, the term means ‘comes from the term “Viral Marketing” which is said to have been originated by Tim Draper and Jeffrey Rayport to explain the popularity of a product spreading like a virus. Which aptly describes YouTube, by far the most dominant video viewing service in the world.
You can read more about this subject and the top YouTube viral videos here.
The fastest trending viral brand is YouTube. Created in 2005 by Chad Hurley, Steve Chen, and Jawed Karim and acquired by Google in 2006, YouTube grew to become the second-most used search engine in the world, parent-company Google being the biggest search engine.
Following Google and Facebook, YouTube has grown into the third most visited website with 48 hours of videos uploaded every minute. That is the equivalent of 240,000 full-length films every week or nearly 8 years of viewing content uploaded every day. 3 billion YouTube videos are viewed by 20 million people every day. Hard to believe, but that is an average of 150 video views per visitor per day… even with many videos being only a few seconds in duration.
The very first video uploaded to YouTube is still there. Co-founder Jawed Karim’s “Me at the zoo” was uploaded at 8:27 pm on Saturday April 23rd, 2005 and has been viewed more than 5 million times. It’s only 19 seconds in duration and not quite the most exciting video out there which perhaps is why it has not gone viral. True viral videos would rack up that amount of views within a day. In comparison,Susan Boyle’s video was watched more than 100 million times in less than 2 weeks after it was uploaded.
10 Top YouTube videos:
1. Justin Bieber – Baby – 630 million+ views,
2. Lady Gaga – Bad Romance – 420 million+ views,
3. Shakira – Waka Waka – 400 million+ views,
4. Jennifer Lopez – On the Floor – 390million+ views,
5. Eninem – Love The Way You Lie – 380 million+ views,
6. Charlie bit my finger… Again! – 370 million+ views,
7. Eninem – Not Afraid – 280 million+ views,
8. Justin Bieber – One Time – 260 million+ views,
9. Justin Bieber – Never Say Never – 260 million+ views,
10. Parto in un letto – 250 million+ views.
- What Makes a Video Go Viral? (getfluid.com)
Brain Mapping and Artificial Intelligence, a heady mixture for the intellect.
Posting some news on this from the ‘Verge’
Stanford Professor Andrew Ng is bringing back the idea of an artificial intelligence that can think like a person. With Google’s Deep Learning project, he’s creating machines that take a multi-layered approach to information, building up knowledge and figuring out concepts by passing data between various networks that can each recognize a small piece of it. The approach is designed to mimic how the human brain processes information with neural networks, and it’s starting to work — last year, Google’s “brain” figured out how to identify cats in YouTube videos without being told that the concept of “cat” existed.
The second flagship is the “Human Brain Project,” whose goal is to create a detailed map of the human brain. With a sufficiently detailed model, researchers hope they can facilitate new insight into treating neurological diseases, developing medications, and even creating parallel computing systems based on how humans think. Two other finalists, not chosen as flagships, were a plan to promote wearable health devices and a supercomputer that would track economic and social shifts.
Each of the two winning projects will receive €54 million ($72 million) in 2013, distributed over 100 research groups for graphene work and 87 institutions for the Human Brain Project.
On receiving protests the advertisement was withdrawn.
“Hyundai Motor deeply and sincerely apologizes for the offensive viral ad,” Hyundai said in a statement. “The ad was created by an affiliate advertising agency, Innocean Europe, without Hyundai’s request or approval. It runs counter to our values as a company and as members of the community. We are very sorry for any offense or distress the video caused. More to the point, Hyundai apologizes to those who have been personally impacted by tragedy.”
It was not immediately clear where the ad had originally appeared. “To the best of my knowledge it was never on any Hyundai Web site or Hyundai YouTube outlet,” Hyundai Motor America spokesman Chris Hosford said in an email.
Many questions about the legitimacy of these UFOs are being raised by online commenters and a handful of photographic and special effects experts, who speculate on whether these are flares, balloons, lanterns or simply, unexplained.
“I am sorry for the quality, it was filmed with a mobile phone. Ironically I had a Canon EOS 55D with 300 mm lens at home that could of filmed in 3000×3000 but I was afraid that they would disappear by the time I got my camera as this is a very rare opportunity so instead, used a phone to record as much as possible.”(huffpost)
- FBI Declassified Memo Confirms UFO? Document (ramanan50.wordpress.com)