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  • 01:23
     
    #human response time to a strategic decision   
    The human response time to a strategic decision is about 900ms. A non-expert in a domain will take about 900ms to determine if their king is in danger. About 650ms for an expert.
  • 06:16
     
    #size of the human vs algo-traded market   
    Algorithms programmed to get out of the market prior to major announcements. They then re-enter as soon as they have diagnosed the news. This shows the size of the human vs algo-traded market.
  • 07:17
     
    #Algorithms can read the news, diagnose it and trade accordingly   
    Algorithms can read the news, diagnose it and trade accordingly. Which is all fine and good except when the news is false. fakenews
  • 07:58
     
    #algorithms will write the news   
    Since algos can read the news, algorithms will write the news.
  • 08:40
     
    #61% of internet traffic is Non-human   
    61% of internet traffic is Non-human.
  • 08:55
     
    #human vs non-human internet traffic   
    A pie chart break down of the human vs non-human internet traffic.
  • 09:50
     
    #Google PageRank    #Facebook EdgeRank   
    A discussion of the Google PageRank and Facebook EdgeRank algorithms.
  • 10:30
     
    #cost per user and revenue per user   
    Google and Facebook cost per user and revenue per user.
  • 11:37
     
    #optimized for advertising not the user   
    Google and Facebook are optimized for advertising not the user.
  • 11:48
     
    #Google returns Wikipedia   
    Google returns Wikipedia as the first page 85% of the time.
  • 13:07
     
    #social media history vs identiy    #two parameters leads to very different ecosystems   
    Graph of social media history vs identiy placing Reddit, Facebook, SnapChat, and 4Chan in the quadrants. The variance in these two parameters leads to very different ecosystems.
  • 15:04
     
    #Algorithm+Human interaction line   
    Algorithm+Human interaction line ranging from the techno serf who is paid little, to current advertising models, to subscription bots that hafe an end user fee to augmented intelligence Centaur/cybog systems that cost a lot but are effective.
  • 15:33
     
    #Bots writing the news   
    Example of Mexican Twitter Bots writing the news claiming falsely that the reporter was not killed by drug cartel.
  • 16:22
     
    #Comparative graphs of the 2 propaganda bots    #Tiananmen Square protests   
    Comparative graphs of the 2 propaganda bots used in the Mexican drug war vs the more recent Chinese Tiananmen Square protests. The Chinese bots would be harder to write a spam filter for.
  • 17:25
     
    #Recorded Future   
    Palantir, Quid, Recorded Future, and Hoursday are companies in the current augmented intelligence market.
  • 19:33
     
    #sentiment recognition    #entity recognition   
    Quid applies sentiment recognition and entity recognition algorithms to its data sources.

Augmented Intelligence in Trading and Advertising Algos

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