par·a·digm/ˈperəˌdīm/Learn to pronounce noun
- a typical example or pattern of something; a model. “There is a new paradigm for public art in this country.” Synonyms: model, pattern, example, standard, prototype, archetype…
- LINGUISTICS: a set of items that form mutually exclusive choices in particular syntactic roles. For example, “English determiners form a paradigm. We can say “a book” or “his book” but not “a his book.”
A paradigm shift is a concept identified by the American physicist and philosopher Thomas Kuhn. It is a fundamental change in the basic concepts and experimental practices of a scientific discipline. In addition, Kuhn acknowledges having used the term “paradigms” in two different meanings.
At Pixaura, we see a paradigm shift happening online.
A.I., or Artificial Intelligence, is the future of the internet. And we’re here to help put your digital aura in the minds of the different A.I. engines/brains online. Google, Facebook, LinkedIn, etc., are all making decision about ads and content display based on A.I. 🙂 All of these brains and algorithms continue to grow more complex every day.
Words, sentences, pages, and sites are being interpreted and *read* by A.I. But are they doing it effectively and do they understand your true meaning and intention? Also, is your content reaching the right audience in the right market? At Pixaura, when we create content for your business, we collect data to make sure your original intent is not getting lost in the A.I. mind.