• Joseph Decker, over 7 years ago

    Curious, can founding members sue "The Grid" for not offering what they've promised? For deceiving people?

    "The Grid" sounds more like a scam, rather than an attempt to change things.

    4 points
    • Ian GoodeIan Goode, over 7 years ago

      Curious, can founding members sue "The Grid" for not offering what they've promised? For deceiving people?

      Not in any sane country. What exactly did they promise?

      2 points
      • Tony Jones, over 7 years ago

        "Just throw in videos, images, text, products and more and magically get a website that looks like it was pored over by a million-dollar design team. Once and for all, content is king."

        0 points
        • Connor NorvellConnor Norvell, over 7 years ago (edited over 7 years ago )

          Website design is relative. we can all agree that these websites are terrible, but they could say that they provided exactly what they said they would. unfortunately, there is no case against them for that

          EDIT: if they claimed it cured cancer, that would be false advertising and very dangerous, which is why essential oil companies are in trouble with the FDA right now

          0 points
        • Ian GoodeIan Goode, over 7 years ago

          Good luck with that.

          0 points
      • Joseph Decker, over 7 years ago

        "The Grid harnesses the power of artificial intelligence to take everything you throw at it - videos, images, text, urls and more - and automatically shape them into a custom website unique to you."

        Let me tell you that I'm not very familiar with the in-depth knowledge of AI, so — is it correct of The Grid to say that they've build a AI (website builder)? Seems to me that a AI would be much more complex. If it was purely used as advertisement, then it would ultimately be a scam.

        0 points