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As I read this prehistory of DAO it is profound how much embodiment will change what this space can eventually achieve. Earth Regenerators is a DAO of physical human beings in a web of prosocial relationships. We already are functioning _...Read More_
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Now, so-far is republishing that dialogue, plus three new questions I submitted via e-mail to the artist. Algorithms, technological obsolescence and social media influencers have entered the conversation, as the previous considerations _...Read More_
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It’s been almost a year and a half since our inaugural Issue 1: Smart Cities closed with a postscript written by privacy activist Malavika Jayaram titled “Privacy Is Not an Elitist Concern”. Since then, the world has turned upside down, and _...Read More_
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