I am organizing a panel about decentralized networks designs, like SIA, Storj, etc.
The panel will happen online. First a representative per every decentralized network “model” should characterize it and explain the strong points, in a 40 minute video. Once all the video are collected, the panel will take place: during 1-2 hours, the representatives will respond to Q&A made by a moderator and remote audience.
thanks for your reply.
Glad for your interest in this initiative.
The goal of the panel are is
to have an occasion to meet,
debate about the Internet of Brains (IoB) that the community of MindLAB Space would like to co-create, based on a privacy-aware and decentralized network technology.
Networked application that use BCIs are about to happen… We don’t wont to have our brain online on a regular internet connection and brain-data computation on Amazon AWS, do we?
That is why we are triggering a debate with the major decentralized network players.
MindLAB Space would then start a collaboration for the most promising solution and promote a IoB standard.
High ambitions need collaborations.
I wonder why the decentralized network ecosystem is so scattered.
I will come back here and report progress and maybe we will find a way to converge on a shared panel.
I would suggest posting in the section of the Forum for Events if you would like to engage community members, or you can email email@example.com if you are interested in a Holo team member representing. Thank you for reaching out – it looks interesting.
Thursday, Jan 16, 17.30
Internet of Brain seminar
@ Foo Café
Internet of Brain (IoB) is here: a global set of protocols and agreements will connect our brains to digital services online as well as to other brains, triggering the next communication revolution.
Like it happened for Internet, the project has been prototyped by the army, some universities has been involved as well as some tech giants corporations. Also, a public proposal is underway.
We will take a look at these projects from a architectural-design point of view and learn how do they work. We will take a look at the public proposal and talk about how to contribute and build together the best user-centered, privacy-aware, Internet of Brain.