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The above proposes to use results and paradigms from recent work on mobility
to address efficiency in human behavior. This also proposes to take
advantage of phase transitions in human communication - due to mobile device
density - to improve cooperation and resource sharing in an otherwise rather
inefficient system. (currently, less than 2 people per vehicle on average)
It would work by automatically and securely allowing users to take advantage
of existing flows of unoccupied seats in the various transportation modes to
move from point A to point B, thereby treating mobility as a product.
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