The emergence of decentralized digital architectures presents an opportunity to transform the infrastructure of our political and economic systems. Social media, interest and affinity groups, communities, news media, and other institutions and platforms face a host of new challenges and opportunities enabled by AI, web3, and emerging technologies.
At our first of two events on decentralized digital architecture this fall, we will explore the impact of AI and digital infrastructure on society examining key questions we need to address as we develop new governance strategies, privacy paradigms, business models, and content moderation systems.
You can read a recap of the event here.
Information Assets, Technology and Organization, 1994. Brynjolfsson and Ng, 2022