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You aren’t sharing. You’re selling and renting little blocks of your life for a few bucks and giving your opt-in marketplace a cut of the action. No matter how well it adds up at the end of the month, it’s a means to parcel out your time and your resources so you can rent them in convenient little blocks. No business license required. Minimal fees. No permits. No inspections. Just you and some single-serving customers looking to do a quick bit of business through your phones. Like it or not, it’s no different from selling oranges out of the trunk of your car on the side of the freeway, or selling concert tickets in the parking lot. Just because you use an app to do it doesn’t make it any more modern or disruptive. It is what it is: a super efficient market that fits in your pocket.
 
Not the #sharingeconomy after all?
Filed under: Opinion. “Disruption” isn't always what you think it is. It's known under a number of names: The Sharing Economy. The Collaborative Economy. The Gig Economy. Because of its “fresh” and “disruptive” model, undeniable financial incentives in the middle of a global economic recession, ...
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starting to write a Peeragogy Charter

"Can the Peeragogy project incorporate and create a viable business model, doing what a normal university does but using peer production and a cooperative structure as the basis?"

+Matthew Herschler +Doug Breitbart +Dorotea Mar 
+Fabrizio Terzi +Natalie Hunter +John Graves +Gigi Johnson +Bryan Alexander +Howard Rheingold ... and other peeragogues near and far.  This is in very early stages, but I wanted to make you aware of the effort.
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Peeragogy Charter - DraftPaola Ricaurte Quijano http://medialab-prado.es Charlotte Pierce Org. like coop for profit? Madison WI grants for coops Michel Bauwens - show up again? Berkman Joe Corneli EFL settings: people are really good at giving workshops Danial Golman (sp?) ~~ social emotional intelligence getting kids
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Perhaps the future "Red Hat" of education would be an integrated service provider sort of like the University of Phoenix.  It wouldn't have to win huge government contracts to stay afloat, it would just have to capture a certain amount of the (end-user) market.  And from there it could grow and diversify.  A comment from me, here: https://plus.google.com/u/0/+GeorgeStation/posts/JZdp2WBmVtY
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(I share this because it's a good intro to the way I've been thinking about applying peeragogy in an artificial intelligence setting.) 

The video to accompany "Implementing feedback in creative systems: a workshop approach", by Joseph Corneli and Anna Jordanous http://iiia.csic.es/ainf15/http://ceur-ws.org/Vol-1407/ ... It's being screened in Buenos Aires just as I post it here, but internet connectivity at the venue is not  great.  As the workshop organizers requested, I sent an offline-friendly copy of the video to them in advance!   Tech note: I used youtube-dl on Ubuntu to download the HOA.
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Questions shared after the talk: (1) Why would creative writers want computers participating in their discussions, and (2) When you talk about computers talking about creative writing, isn't there a hidden assumption that the computer needs to be able to understand lots of things about text?

My answers: (1) Well, this proposal is really about building places for computers to talk with each other, rather than talk with humans.  Alan Turing suggested that "computers should be able to talk with each other to sharpen their wits" -- and they currently can, in domains like Chess and Go (which he predicted) but not in humanities subjects like poetry and music, although there are creative computational systems that make poetry and music.  So, the proposal in this paper is a bit of an "inverse" of many other papers in the "AI and Feedback" workshop in this regard.   (2) I wouldn't like for this assumption to be hidden, it should be made very explicit.  However, we're also positioning the model as something that would be useful for talking about whatever kind of computational objects are accessible to the systems currently.  For example, in the current work with FloWr that I showed briefly, although FloWr can create things we could call "poems", its native data structures are flowcharts (although we didn't show a picture of one of these flowcharts in the slides).  Right now, we're working on filling in the steps for the system to be able to talk about these flowcharts.  There are still lots of rules about how the modules fit together, and these have to be made explicit -- but there are less rules than there are for how we fit words and phrases together.
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Let's show the world how sharing can be good for business.
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Thank you for your updated submission "Patterns of Peeragogy" (736.6 kB). Track: Pattern Papers Reference number: 19 Reason for update: Second draft due for review.  Within a few minutes you should also receive an email confirmation. - Filipe Correia, Joe Yoder PLoP 2015 Conference Chairs
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Thanks co-authors! +Charles Danoff +Charlotte Pierce +Paola Ricaurte Quijano +Lisa Snow MacDonald and artists +Amanda Lyons +Fabrizio Terzi, and thanks +Doug Breitbart +Matthew Herschler +Karen beukema einstein for joining in on some of our sessions.  This content will also go into the website and Handbook v3+, as soon as I have a chance to format shift it. 
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Here's what the IBM Watson Personality Insights service (https://watson-pi-demo.mybluemix.net/) said about the new research summary I put on my home page:

You are inner-directed, shrewd and strict.

You are authority-challenging: you prefer to challenge authority and traditional values to help bring about positive changes. You are empathetic: you feel what others feel and are compassionate towards them. And you are self-conscious: you are sensitive about what others might be thinking about you.

Your choices are driven by a desire for self-expression.

You consider achieving success to guide a large part of what you do: you seek out opportunities to improve yourself and demonstrate that you are a capable person. You are relatively unconcerned with taking pleasure in life: you prefer activities with a purpose greater than just personal enjoyment.
Joseph Corneli is currently a researcher in computational creativity at Goldsmiths College, part of the University of London. I was primarily educated in mathematics, but most intrigued by the anthropology of mathematics. By this I mean questions like: How do people collaborate to produce new ...
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Dan Sofer founded F&C almost by chance. Having worked for years as a developer on numerous major websites, including the Guardian’s in the late 90s, he found himself at a loose end and began enrolling in Moocs (massive open online courses) to sharpen his coding skills. Finding the solitary learning experience uninspiring, he began arranging casual meet-ups with fellow students, and these quickly snowballed into a series of popular workshops, from matrix algebra to game theory.
It’s the must-have skill-set of the 21st century, yet the barriers to learning can be high. Now a movement of pioneering coders is challenging the stereotype by offering free training for all
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+Bryan Alexander +George Station this, along with the documentary "The Trap" <https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Trap_(TV_series)> offers a thought-provoking counterpoint to the educational "innovations" we were talking about in another thread, https://plus.google.com/u/0/+BryanAlexander/posts/jTHho4ib9pP ... and related (if again somewhat tangentially) to "network neutrality" issues, too, https://plus.google.com/u/0/+GeorgeStation/posts/SZK6UEWdJu8

The two-and-a-half-line summary in the quote below sums it up pretty well.  I won't add more here now because it's already a long read.
Islamic State is often called ‘medieval’ but is in fact very modern – a horrific expression of a widespread frustration with a globalised western model that promises freedom and prosperity to all, but fails to deliver
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Very well written article.  Good use of Dostoevsky.

"intellectual and moral secessionism" is a good phrase.

Is there a left to compete?
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MOOCs have recently flourished as a new way to bring education to large numbers of people at affordable cost. However most MOOCs so far rely on rigid structured instruction based on prior lesson plans. Can we also develop MOOCs that follow the paradigm of open-ended, student-centered learning? This requires (i) a challenging environment and tools in which students can learn how to solve problems without a rigid prior lesson plan, (ii) ways in which to orchestrate peer-to-peer social feedback between students, and (iii) mechanisms fostering motivation. This talk focuses on the latter. I discuss two pedagogies at opposite ends of a spectrum: one based on praise, which means encouragement or possibly punishment, the other based on flow, which means that students can regulate their own problem challenge in relation to their skill level and thus become self-motivated.

Keynote abstract for a workshop I'll be part of.  Proceedings linked.




AInF 2015. AI and Feedback. Proceedings of the First International Workshop on AI and Feedback co-located with the 24th International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence (IJCAI 2015). Buenos Aires, Argentina, July 26, 2015. Edited by. Nardine Osman * Matthew Yee-King ** ...
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Recently there were several evolutionary tree ideas circulating on G+, e.g. OneZoom.  I was wondering whether anyone has had a look at similar things for technology, and whether anyone has drawn parallels between the two maps.  Obvious ideas like airplanes (or perhaps better outer space probes?) paralleling flight, less obvious ideas like a handaxe paralleling a single-cell organism. The fractal nature of this is particularly interesting, and maps between fractal structures sounds like my idea of a good time.  Here's a link with some related ideas from a gaming context, and a preprint that deals with a micro case study: http://arxiv.org/pdf/nlin/0412043
Tuur Ghys. Tuur Ghys is a cultural scholar, trained as a researcher in science & technology studies at Maastricht University. He is currently doing his PhD at Antwerp University, in the field of social innovation targeted at poverty and social exclusion. tuur.ghys@ua.ac.be ...
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http://www.santafe.edu/media/workingpapers/12-12-022.pdf

"We can look at the history of technology as a human-driven, parallel experiment of evolution."
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