If you've used Uber, Lyft, Airbnb, oDesk, Kickstarter or Lending Club, you've participated in the Collaborative Economy, ever wondered what's powering it behind the shiny user interface on the app?...
Wout-Jan Koridon's insight:
Nice article. IMHO, the new economy also encompasses collaboration where non material resources are offered, exchanged and put into effect. Especially where needed & possible new (sustainable) products and services call for collective, actionable intelligence to make it happen. For this dimension of the new or collaborative economy - apart from innovative methods and process of engagement and conversation - the technology stack also includes elements like smart cloud collaboration platforms like TallyFox and smart internet search agents. I.e. the co-creation economy. In addition to that, an Internet of Things might be considered as a collaborative technology economy ... Wonder where the future 3D printing technology fits in.
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