Cyberlaw scholar Jonathan Zittrain of Harvard: Ubiquitous human…

March 9, 2009
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Cyberlaw scholar Jonathan Zittrain of Harvard: Ubiquitous human computingwill transcend geography

Zittrain talks about how ubiquitous human computing, which he describes as the ability to treat the human mind as a fungible resource, has enabled companies to 


Cyberlaw scholar Jonathan Zittrain of Harvard: Ubiquitous human computing will transcend geography

Zittrain talks about how ubiquitous human computing, which he describes as the ability to treat the human mind as a fungible resource, has enabled companies to attack any number of problems by throwing more minds at them the way they might throw servers at a website traffic problem. (via IdeasProject)

 

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