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Filter Bubbles Sunstein I 8
Filter bubbles/terminology/Sunstein: Sunstein uses the term "information cocoon" for what Elie Pariser later called "filter bubbles".
Media/Negroponte: Nicholas Negroponte prophesied early on the emergence of a completely personalized newspaper, "Daily Me", in which each of us only chooses what we like and what interests him. (1)
SunsteinVsNegroponte: The main problem is the formation of information universes (information cocoons) in which we only hear what we ourselves have chosen and what we like. (See filter bubbles/Pariser).
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I 9
Problem/Sunstein: a company will not thrive with information cocoons if its own decisions are not questioned from within. ((s) From the inside with information gained externally - a challenge from the outside would only come too late if the company shows weaknesses due to its self-centeredness. ---
I 13
Group discussions/Group pressure: an example of this is illustrated in a report on NASA. (2) Afterwards, it is difficult to encourage minorities to express their opinions or publish bad news instead of hiding them.
1. Nicholas Negroponte, Being Digital (New York: Vintage, 1995), 153. In Cass R. Sunstein, Republic.com (Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 2001), I extend and explore this possibility.
2. Columbia Accident Investigation Board, NASA, The Columbia Accident Investigation Board Report, 2003, 97–204, available at http://www.nasa.gov/columbia/home/CAIB_Vol1.html. p. 4.

Sunstein I
Cass R. Sunstein
Infotopia: How Many Minds Produce Knowledge Oxford 2008

Sunstein II
Cass R. Sunstein
#Republic: Divided Democracy in the Age of Social Media Princeton 2017

Media Negroponte Parisians I 30
Media/Negroponte: (1994) thesis: the television of the future will make a pre-selection according to the preferences of the individual viewer, in which one can choose between individual compilations, but these compilations have been pre-selected according to the preferences of the viewer. (1) A personal newspaper could also be printed overnight in a single copy. (2)
Ultimately, intelligent agents could be used to carry out these selections. (3)
LanierVsNegroponte: this idea is wrong and malicious (...) when it comes to whether the internet will be much better or much worse than television. (4) One would see a kind of cartoon version of the world through these agents. Companies would hardly develop agents that would stand in the way of their profits. It is not clear who they are working for. (4)
Sunstein I 8
Media/Negroponte: Nicholas Negroponte prophesied early on the emergence of a completely personalized newspaper, "Daily Me", in which each of us only chooses what one likes and what interests him/her. (5) SunsteinVsNegroponte: The main problem is the formation of information universes (information cocoons) in which we only hear what we ourselves have chosen and what we like. ((s) See
Sunstein I
Cass R. Sunstein
Infotopia: How Many Minds Produce Knowledge Oxford 2008

Sunstein II
Cass R. Sunstein
#Republic: Divided Democracy in the Age of Social Media Princeton 2017