High-frequency trading makes it apparent that in stock and other financial trading computer decision making is out pacing humans in speed and quality. Three issues spring to mind: (1) The impact of efficiency of markets on collaborability, (2) Our societal relationship with technology and (3) Decision making is shifting from humans to computers.
Search is basic to the Internet and to be considered a utility function. Without „search” no find. "Degraded links" are hurting society as a whole and should be banned.
A regularly recurring theme at Red Planet Dust is the impact of IT-driven trends on decision-making and robosourcing, marketplaces and exchanges. "High Frequency Trading" is an exemplary example were technology [...]
Please find below one of the sections of the document “Collaborability: a theory on Human Collaborability” I am working on. Consider it a sneak peak opportunity for all those visitors [...]
Travelling New Zealand years ago, BNZ was closing down ATM’s in small settlements. This caused quite some social stirs especially in the smaller settlements and townships we were travelling through. [...]
Part of my inquiry into collaborability is a quest to find the right vocabulary to use. It is not only using the right words but also to link them with [...]
In my regular daily newspaper NRC Handelsblad an article was published Monday last by Karen van der Wiel, Bas ter Weel and Casper van Ewijk called [translation RPD] "Exactly, science [...]
For those who are not initiated in SEPA or in CSM interoperability lets first dissect the title of this post. You can find a short synopsis here on: What is [...]
I worked for a mobile telco in the days that mobile penetration was still measured in the low double digits. In only 3 years time penetration jumped over the 50% [...]
Since starting with my investigations into "Collaborability" I found it not easy at all to describe it in all its width and for all its implications. Using the blog format [...]
The relevance, let alone the power of standardization is only understood by a limited degree - if at all - by most companies. Even companies that are totally dependent on [...]
One of the mechanisms for (implicit) collaboration is standardisation. As posted before, standardisation is an underrated but very effective manner of human collaboration. Standards are used by multiple parties to [...]
Just browsing the December 2012 issue of the Scientific American last night my eyes where caught by the very first lines of text as by-line to the cover on the [...]
Finextra: Commission drops anti-trust probe into European Payments Council. The EC has stopped its investigation into possible cartel practices by banks cooperating in the EPC. Apparently there is not enough [...]