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mpouraryan
mpouraryan
9/24/2016 4:38:22 PM
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Re: Interesting
Such is already here--just last night I called up my Amazon FireTV and immediately had suggestions--it is already here I would humbly and respectfully suggest.    What I also note is how this is being leveraged as a "revenue" model at least for Amazon FireTV--even when one wishes to "call up" a free Amazon Prime movie, there are at least 5 different choices with a rental or even a purchase option--and in the case of AmazonFire, you can always got to Netflix From it--truly interesting times--right?

 

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batye
batye
9/24/2016 10:51:23 AM
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Re: Interesting
@afwriter inteesting observation, but technology changing and everything this days try to use predictive algorithms and Predictive analytic with idea they would know what consumer wants...

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clrmoney
clrmoney
9/24/2016 10:41:47 AM
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NetFlix Mind Reader and Continued Growth
Neflix estimated progit willbe about over 5 billion in 2020 shows how important it is becasue what they have to offer to caputure subcribers or an audience that is interested in what they have to offer.

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elizabethv
elizabethv
9/24/2016 9:27:50 AM
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Re: Interesting
@afwriter - I agree, I don't really care for the idea either. I like choices. I like to be able to see my choices and pick which one appeals to me. Which I would like to think is slightly more random than a computer algorithm can ascertain. I suppose I could be wrong, maybe I'm just as predictable as everyone else, maybe moreso. I have no idea. But I still want a choice. Several of them.

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afwriter
afwriter
9/23/2016 11:15:14 PM
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Interesting
I find all of this really interesting, but I don't like the idea of them just playing your next show or movie for you.  We are still humans and the machines do not control us yet. 

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