Agent-Centric v Data-Centric Reality
Agent Centric vs Data Centric Reality
Convener: Jean Russell
Notes-taker(s): Tom Brown
Discussion notes, key understandings, outstanding questions, observations, and, if appropriate to this discussion: action items, next steps:
It's about agency, not about data
“How we control the valves is what matters” - Doc
We didn't need a phone until Apple invented it.
We don't have the mother of necessity.
Holo (your perspective) is:
1. DHT – neighbors gossiping
2. bridge to the web
“crypto accounting” is double-entry book keeping holo fuel (pages for web hosting)
private markets: brave, holo
holochain has no native currency but there is an app called holo with holo tokens I can give permission to access my data holobox if you can't/don't want to operate ubuntu for yourself not trying to perpetuate anonymity. Transparent by default
not a permissioned system. Need to have the hash of the chain you wish to accesss. Shared secrets.
User driven may have been a better phrase than user-centric
we're compromised because of dependency on central services like google
All good libertarians are dependent on the world around them
Google Maps (on mobile) transformed maps into agent-centric as it put us at the center of the map.
Traffic data includes everyone's data
We outsource expertise.
Massachusetts has a right to repair law (You can get Tesla data)
Alexa, Siri are cute at first.
The good parasite doesn't kill the host too soon