What makes Minha's patent application meaningful lies in her business model as well. In the case of Blue Carpet, individual users interview with celebrity seekers and can pay credits for their answers so that interviewees can then redeem their received credits. OMNIBUS is planned to implement another unique business model mimicking auction and bidding that users paying significant credits for UGCs (User Generated Contents) can receive bonus gift or its replacement in a way or another. "Through the business model of content reward, I think what I attempt is to make people's ideas marketized and thus transacted. By means of e-commerce, all kinds of products are sold and bought, including from electronics and appliances, clothes, foods to cultural products such as music and book. However, no single system in society values ideas. We only sell and buy the product in which ideas are formally and professionally expressed. But I think the borderline between all human metaphysical products is blurry. For instance, let's think about news. Do we have to regard only a professional reporter's delivery as news even though its quality and impact is not as high as a piece information delivered by a lay person? If one has written a couple of page long story, he cannot sell his ideas because it isn't long enough to look like a book? I think all forms and appearances are conventional only, and what truly matters is its substance. If an idea is significant, it doesn't have to be long enough to look like a book," said Minha. "I think Internet specialists are fundamentally responsible for this situation because they have created the cyber-world where people can exchange information for free. That is a critical mistake Internet specialists have made. By doing so, there has been no way a lay person's idea like a blog can be valued. Only professionals who have capital to formally manufacture ideas can earn money. That is why I came to have thought about interview application so that individual users can exchange their thought and ideas while being marketized."
All Minha's effort to realize humanistic network is pursued in the attempt to preserve human's creative knowledge and free will in the face of robot-dominant tech paradigm. "The goal of humanistic network is to invent technology touching the heart. Architectural shift and design concept, content reward business model, and accessibility increase in algorithms are all meant to devote to that end," said Minha.
GLEENET LLC is a Seattle-based start up led by a social scientist, taking a lead in inventing humanistic network.
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