Posts Tagged: commons
A Computational Commons: Solidarity Through Automation?
“In our age, capital is emerging as a form of computation. What about the common?” Matteo Pasquinelli – Capital Thinks Too Political action in the age of algorithmic management doesn’t mean resisting automation – it means working intelligently with it to create a partially automated commons. Investment management firm Bridgewater Associates have tightened the grip [...]
Tickets MoneyLab #3: Failing Better now available
Tickets are now available HERE. Regular: € 30 per day incl. lunch / € 60 passe-partout incl. lunch Students: 50% discount, incl lunch Tickets for individual panels will be sold separately from September. MoneyLab #3 Failing Better Date: 1 – 2 December 2016 Conference: Pakhuis de Zwijger, Amsterdam (NL) Cabaret: TBD, Amsterdam Afterparty: Roest Bar, [...]
Matthew Slater on scaling trust with Credit Commons, Part 2
By: Bruno Chies Interview conducted on 29 May 2016, Paris, France. Part 2 of 2. Find part 1 here. BC: Let me go back to complementary and alternative currencies. Do you mean they are a way to empower people directly on a local level? MS: If they would work, they would empower people. But they [...]