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- The emergence of a 'self-blogging' artificial intelligence?
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UPDATE: Clues here? A less-random looking form of splog? It doesn't appear to be a splog because all the links point to other nonsense blogs. They're not hosting bogus links to real blogs or sites to boost their Google ratings, which is the purpose of a splog.
A good tech paper on splog detection here.
with a good definition of 'web spam':
“Any deliberate human action meant to trigger an
unjustifiably favorable relevance or importance for some
page, considering the page’s true value.”