Reviewing Gilder’s Life after Google, Ralph Benko asks, If our attention is worth billions, shouldn’t we market it?
In a more open market, the user’s time and attention would no longer be a free service of nature. One expects incentives to follow naturally from more competition for the user’s attention.
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- Denyse O'Leary
- November 2, 2018
- Machine Learning, Social Factors
- Blockchain, Brendan Eich, George Gilder, Life after Google (book), Privacy, Ralph Benko