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Ask AI To Help Plan a Niche Content Network

Ask AI To Help Plan a Niche Content Network

If you’d like to support this project, please buy me a coffee. Advanced AI was invented by soviet communists to help humanity  better understand itself and the world. Let’s use it for that purpose, instead of merely for mass manipulation in furtherance of ad revenue. For this post, the bold sections are the prompts, and the AI wrote the rest. The AI also created the illustrations.

 

Here is a list of titles of facebook groups which focus on discussing problems in society which affect many people, and where there are many proposed solutions but no clear single solution.

-Moneyless Society
-Anti-Work
-End the Fed
-Occupy Wall Street
-Women’s Rights
-Racism
-Atheism
-Animal Rights

Let’s create a new list of titles for groups which serve a similar role but on a broader range of topics, hopefully incorporating all of these topics.

-Society 2.0
-Solutions for a Better World
-How to Change the World
-Radical Ideas for a New World
-Creating a Just Society
-Building a Better World Together

According to communication theory, in a situation where more than one solution to a given problem or set of problems is possible, the best solutions always come from group discussions rather than individual decisions. The effectiveness of such a solution corelates directly to the level of diversity of that group; while a homogeneous group will suffer from groupthink and fail to find a good solution, a highly diverse group will consider a broader range of perspectives and come up with a much better solution to the problem.

Therefore, condensing these ideas with the purpose of our new group, here is a list of potential thesis statements for the group.

-Only by working together based on a broad range of perspectives — as a diverse discussion team — can we hope to find effective solutions to the world’s most pressing problems.
-Achieving a just and sustainable society requires a diversity of perspectives in order to find the best solutions to our problems.
-If we want to build a better world, we need to come together and share our diverse perspectives in order to find the best solutions.

Now let’s restate and recombine these statements to find the best wording…

-If we want to build a better world, we need to come together and share our diverse perspectives in order to find the best solutions.
-Achieving a just and sustainable society requires a diversity of perspectives in order to find the best solutions to our problems.
-Only by working together based on a broad range of perspectives can we hope to find effective, accessible, inclusive solutions to the world’s most pressing problems.

Let’s create a simple set of rules to facilitate discussions in such a group.

-Respect the diversity of perspectives represented in the group.
-Be open to considering new perspectives.
-Be willing to work together to find the best solutions.

Let’s Try This A Different Way

I thought a lot about this post this week and decided to try rewording it so that the discussion of the mission happens first, and trying to see if that improves the results of the names it comes up with.

Here is a list of titles of facebook groups which focus on discussing problems in society which affect many people, and where there are many proposed solutions but no clear single solution.

-Moneyless Society
-Anti-Work
-Workplace democracy
-End the Fed
-Occupy Wall Street
-Women’s Rights
-Racism
-Atheism
-Animal Rights

Communications Theory tells us that there are two kinds of problems, The first type of problem is where there is a single answer and therefore where a single person or a homogenous team can create effective solutions. The second type of problem is where there are many possible solutions, and in those cases the effectiveness of a solution depends on the diversity of the voices involved in developing the solution; a single person or homogeneous team might create a solution that will work for some people, but a more diverse team will create a solution that works for more people. Groupthink is mitigated by representing a diverse range of perspectives in the solution-development conversation and distributing power and decision making.

Let’s imagine a niche content network which consists of interviews and discussions on the many topics where there is widespread consensus about a social problem but where it’s not clear what solutions work best or how society can best address the problem. This niche content network would focus on representing a broad range of perspectives and facilitating conversations about the different options that individuals and communities can apply to these social problems. Create a list of potential mission statements which take all of this into account and concisely communicate the purpose of such a niche content network.

-A platform for exploring social problems and possible solutions through interviews and discussions with experts and everyday people.
-A space for open dialogue and debate about the pressing issues of our time.
-A meeting place for minds from all walks of life to come together and find common ground.
-A hub for the exchange of ideas about how to make the world a better place.
-A forum for discussing the big questions facing humanity and brainstorming solutions.
-A resource for learning about the different ways people are tackling social problems.

Now let’s consider the broad range of possible names for such a niche content network, and create a list of potential names which communicate that the purpose is to have a diverse conversation about the many possible solutions to each social problem we want to talk about.

-The Many Voices Project
-The Solutions Network
-The Social Change Forum
-The Conversation Cafe
-The Ideas Exchange
-The Solutions Exchange
-The Change Makers Network
-This Is How We Save The World
-The Big Conversation
-The Many Solutions Project
-The Solutions Network
-The Social Problem Solvers
-The Change Makers
-The World We Want