Part of DGov Council 2020
Host: Matthew Schutte, Aeon Hochberg
Topic, Main Questions
- How complex can we coordinate with tech?
- Do complex systems always have some external factors?
- How far we need to step back -> step forward while integrating the wisdom from the past?
- Human interaction/trust/exchange/organisations is too complex to measure and systemize
- How to use bio-programs for interactions in groups (reciprocity -> gifts, social proof -> reliability)?
Agreements and convergence
- Our mind of aiming for increasing the likelihood to survive let us build scalable, imortal, antifragile, constantly growing systems -> change expectations about -> integration
- Acknowledging that there are constraints and limits in digital technical tools and solutions
- Survival of the fitting
- Our signals shape us -> our shapes are giving us signals (design <-> usage) build architecture <-> contextual governance
- What about embodying, experience feedback loops
Disagreements and challenges
- Just need to create some kind of space to evolve -> no need for expansion externally?
- Will our evolved properties serve us well automatically to come up with the right ways to survive as a species?
- Do we need to be more rich inside or increasing eg trading collaboration?
- Is evolution bringing us to a more and more abstract level and bring us more and more out of balance with nature
- Does fractal scaling work systematically? -> you cannot apply all over the world the same system -> contextual
- Contextual governance design -> value to guide that? not one system for globe
Key learnings and conclusion
- Feedback loops required
- There is compression - losing information
- Limits in tech