AI stands for Artificial Intelligence. These days, AI may also go by names such as Machine Learning, Computational Intelligence (CI), Neural Networks (NN), or FL (Fuzzy Logic). These terms refer to the use of math and computers to predict and/or categorize desired data from what might otherwise appear to be stochastic [et al, random] input. Hopefully, by now you are aware, or at least suspect, that domestic intelligence [such as the FBI] and military intelligence [which includes the CIA in my opinion] are monitoring [et al, violating your First Amendment rights] communication on the Internet. AI plays a big role in this. Some think that this snooping is not that much to worry about because of the volume of traffic on the Net. But, to think that way, you have to be ignorant of the capabilities of AI. Intelligence agents do not have to monitor every byte personally. Our handlers, instead, have invested billions into research which has culminated in the ability of computers to monitor _every_ byte on public Nets. AI then allows those computers to 'learn' who is, or might be, inclined to fight the power. These net-bots then report back their results to intelligence agents who act upon them accordingly. Be forewarned. Also, be especially wary of strangers who contact you via the Net asking _any_ personal questions, even if all they seem to be doing is trying to get you to express agreement with a sentiment that they bring up.