Utopia?: A Technologically Determined World of Frictionless Transactions, Optimized Production, and Maximal Happiness | Frischmann, Selinger

Brett Frischmann and Evan Selinger; Utopia?: A Technologically Determined World of Frictionless Transactions, Optimized Production, and Maximal Happiness; In 64 UCLA Law Review Discursiveness 372 (2016); pdf (20 pages).

Context

Developed for the Program on Understanding Law, Science, and Evidence (PULSE) Conference (UCLA Law, 2016-04). Also:

  • Brett Frischmann & Evan Selinger, Being Human in the Twenty-First Century (forthcoming 2017)
  • Brett Frischmann, Human-Focused Turing Tests: A Framework for Judging Nudging and Techno-Social Engineering of Human Beings, Cardozo L., Faculty Research Paper No. 441, 2014, ssrn:2499760 [M985-5AD2].
  • Brett Frischmann, “Thoughts on Techno-Social Engineering of Humans and the Freedom to Be Off (or Free From Such Engineering)”, In 17 Theoretical Inquiries Law 535 (2016), article.
  • Evan Selinger & Brett Frischmann, Will the Internet of Things Result in Predictable People?, In The Guardian, (2015-08-10, 11:56 EDT),  [DT4Q-7DNK].

Annoying Ads Following You On Web? Rubicon Project May Have A Solution | Ad Age

Annoying Ads Following You On Web? Rubicon Project May Have A Solution; ; In Ad Age; 2016-09=07.

Can Rubicon’s Customizable Ad Filter Make Online Advertising Less Annoying?; Sean Captain; In Fast Company; 2016-12-07.
Teaser: The ad exchange company has a utopian dream: Let people pick the ads they want to see and block out the rest.

Mentioned

  • Project Awesome

Quoted

  • Frank Addante, founder and CEO, Rubicon Project.
  • Shekhar Yadav, SVP of technology, Rubicon Project.

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