Basic principles of network operation can be successfully used for establishing a new kind of ethics for social encounters. We look at the social dynamics modulated through so-called “Game” utilized by pick-up artists and abstract this approach to learn interesting new behaviors for activating intersubjective relations.
Posted by Nodus Labs | May 8, 2015
Designing efficient content structures that guide readers through in ways that are efficient, maintaining diversity and narrative of the original.
Posted by Nodus Labs | May 7, 2015
Digital technology affects us on many different levels. The implicit and explicit choices that developers make find their expression in interfaces and algorithms that we use in our daily lives. Those choices have a certain pragmatic and ideological basis, which is best captured with the concept of Singularity.
Posted by Nodus Labs | March 10, 2015
Recommender systems are the algorithms that determine what content we read, which products we buy, which movies we watch. However, most of them are based on similarity and lock us into “filter bubble” where we see only what we expect. In this article we discuss how to bring in more serendipity into the algorithms.
Facebook newsfeed is a huge distraction for users, producing unnecessary time waste and a false sense of social engagement. Here we present an app that eradicates Facebook newsfeed and replaces it with some interesting info, advice, and links to the more interesting Facebook features (such as Graph search).