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define the problem

In order for us to understand the problems or the conundrums that exist in our world — we need to be able to define the problems + operate at the same base lingo. Here's some terms that may help you as you explore more of the things I'm curious on.
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Surveillance Capitalism
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Surveillance Capitalism: 1. a new economic order that claims human experience as free raw material for hidden commerical practices of extraction, prediciton, and sales; 2. A parasitic economic logic in which the production f goods and services is subordinated to a new global architecture of behavioral modification; 3. A rogue mutation of capitalism marked by concentrations of wealth, knowledge and power unprecedentented in human history; 4. The foundational framework of a surveillance economy; 5. As significant of a threat to human nature n the twenty-first century as industrial capitalism was to the natural world in the nineteenth and twentieth; 6. The origin of a new humanitarian power that asserts dominance over society and presents startling new challenges to market democracy; 7. A movement that aims to impose a new collective order based on total certainty; 8. An expropriation of critical human rights that is best understood as a coup from above: an overthrow of the people's sovereignty.
Behavioral Surplus
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Data collected as part of smart home devices, the various internet of things, that appears at the surplus, but can be later used by individuals or organizations in order to extrapolate more datapoints from an individual.
Prediction Products
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A product that will (based upon data sets) predict behavior of its end user for later.
Behavioral Futures Market
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The growing market propped up by surveillance capitalism to help us understand the world and how it happens and interacts — often preying on individuals that are desperate for more answers + genuinely seeking more advice.
Instrumentarianism
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Instrumentarianism powers knows and shapes human behavior towards other's ends. It will work through the smart networks and devices to change our behavior at the root scale.