“Owning a Platform”
A book concept explaining & visualizing the control a user can have via a platform the developer / owner does not possess (yet) because programmers and owners alike collectively do not understand their collective individual contributions unlike its user(s), potentially.
In order to keep control, all innovative uses of the platform should be communicated to the owner(s) of the platform where otherwise they would lose grip over it.
The amount of given or received likes (among other reward creations) are a way to increase grip.
Steering grip further by giving “precise rewards” is a way to attach users to certain content & refer that information to them. an increasing power user gets can be adjusted by the owners of the concerning platform in order to reward or punish it’s user(s) for it’s efforts & energy invested, in a certain topic for example.
#owning #platform #steering #development
These rewards & punishments given are likely in a process which is automated by the owners as soon as possible because they wish to attract as many users as possible.
Then, the user amount using the (successful) platform grows exponentially within a relative short time to an amount not individually controllable by the company behind the platform & on a certain point personally talking about specific developments within the platform is not realistic anymore & for steering (OAT) rewards systems #ai #systems are utilized with algorithms that are non-moral from it’s base.
What this means is that Social Platforms can be successfully run by one human individual circumnavigating around all the rules. This is possible because the human brain is connected to the Quantum Realm & can outmaneuver every #AI in existence in potential by unexpected behavior.
Concept written by Rob Helmink
Published by fecd32
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