No, this latest Pickup Artist development is an ugly, abhorrent and sometimes criminally reprehensible cult-like phenomenon, based on selfishness and the fear of lack, and brought about through the denial of Oneness.Australian men and women don't like pickup artists who manipulate, degrade and encourage violence against women.This was made obvious when American pickup artist Julien Blanc was recently forced out of Australia by community networks protesting at Melbourne's St Kilda Pier and in social media after a video featuring Blanc in one of his "lectures" showed his abusive methods for seducing Japanese women.

A few years ago I was listening to two women talking whilst they were on a break.

One woman complained about a headache and then purely by accident spent the next five minutes using embedded commands to install the same headache in her friend.

Whilst inventive, these bots don’t take into account personal preference, or get rid of spammers.

Long had something a little more sophisticated in mind- a bot which learns your physical “type” using the Eigenfaces facial recognition algorithm, and automatically got the conversation going with your matches.

Politicians use embedded commands in their speech continually.

One of my favourites was a speech by Tony Blair a few years ago where he continually used the phrase, “We Like America, need to ….” Needless to say at the time support in the UK for American foreign policy was low and our Tony wanted to change that.

If you can embed commands directly into your speeches, presentations and conversations just how much more can you move people the way you want them to go?

How much would you want to learn about how to do this?

The amazing people of Melbourne were protesting the methods used by Blanc, which included sexually assaulting women in Japan by thrusting their heads into his crotch.

Blanc's video commentary included, "At least in Tokyo, if you're a white male, you can do what you want.

What they do from there is up to them but you will have embedded the thought into their heads.