Alexander Chisler

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Contemporary travel information services are connected to huge amount of travel related data used for improving personalized suggestions. Such suggestions include finding better routes, access to amusement and educational amenities implemented as digital services, as well as the features for people collaboration, and for planning leisure time with respect(More)
—In this paper, we examine a problem of addictive IT services and discuss existing tools for human self-control and self-assessment. Current web technologies support simple on-demand access to various media streaming services. Despite evident positive factors of such entertainment product delivery methods (no downloading is required, media content is(More)
In this paper, we address a problem of dynamically inconsistent preferences in human decision-making process. People often fail to commit to rational and welfare maximizing choices against the backdrop of numerous addictive technologies. We examine a selection of existing services and propose a concept aiming at setting customers free from their biases and(More)
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