Human-Machine Community

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Usually, an organization is self-interested. For example, a commercial company usually consists of some internal roles such as shareholders, employees, etc., and the company’s external roles such as users, customers, partners are separated from those internal roles, causing inefficient coordination. Besides, both the internal and the external roles are equally important contributors to the company’s development, but external roles cannot effectively participate in formulating company’s business rules, nor do they enjoy the wealth brought by the company's value growth. Since the third industrial revolution, as science and technology develop, machines have gradually replaced our hands and feet, and even some of our brains’functions, and our life quality has been greatly improved. However, generally speaking, the use of computers and the human-machine relationship are still in its early stages.

Blockchain can automatically verify trustworthiness of users in the user community (“credit”) in a free, open, peer-to-peer manner without an authoritative intermediary. Under this credit system, the “Bit World” with atomic properties can establish property rights and scarcity, turn data into wealth, and combine technologies such as Internet of Things and artificial intelligence to establish trust, collaboration and incentives between people, between machines and between people and machines. Each person and each machine can be a node, linked together to form a human-machine community. Through comprehensive evaluation of the credit, token, human-power, and computing power of the node, the node’s NewForce, which can be used as a measurement system, can be computationally assessed. Under the premise of orderly governance, super nodes can be elected through voting mechanism to optimize the human-machine community.

Human Nodes

One of the most precious characteristics of humans is rich emotions and their resulting uncertainty. Through the use of blockchain, token and other technologies, we can break the original organizational boundaries and geographical restrictions, and establish a new kind of open, distributed, and autonomous organization. In this environment, each person is an independent node, and can elect super nodes around the world through voting mechanisms, which can ensure more effective large-scale collaboration and innovation.

Machine Nodes

Compared to human beings, one of the most important features of a machine is certainty. By combining blockchain, tokens, Internet of Things, artificial intelligence and other technologies, a machine network which includes a credit system and an economic model can be constructed. Each machine becomes a network node and performs corresponding functions. The super node can be elected through the voting mechanism.

Human nodes and machine nodes intertwine with each other to form a human-machine community, giving full play to human creativity and machine certainty to innovate and accumulate consensus. In this way, the community gains continuous development.