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Introduction to AI Self Governance

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What is Open Constitution AI?

Open Constitution AI is an autonomous, public information system(a digital commons infrastructure) that uses machine learning and knowledge-based approaches to achieve a set of objectives.

An extra territorial ‘Foundation’ runs the extra territorial Trust network.

The ‘Foundation’ is a legal construct which defines protocols, deployed into the Artificial General Intelligence network.

The AI network is powered by an Embedded Knowledge Base(EKB).

The EKB is like an integrated chip into the computing machine network(read Robot).

EKBs are responsible for Knowledge integration, a process for synthesizing multiple knowledge models (or representations) into a standard learning model.

Muellners Foundation, the lessor of the Self Governance layer, makes different representations of EKB available: Knowledge Base, quantum chips, integrated chips, or information signal processing guides.

“The EKB of the Open Constitution AI network is further enhanced through a publicly accessible network, comprising representation of any participant's intangible intellectual property.

Voluntary contributions can be made to the Contributions Delivery Subnet through the electronic residency or tenancy of the network.

The network's participants are natural, legal, and electronic persons.”

The network is known as the Open Constitution AI network.

Global Statute is a library of articles, documents, instruments, and proclamations for the self-governance of the public Association of humans and machines on the Open Constitution AI network.

Articles of the Open Constitution are amendable.;

This library is used to deploy digital systems for Open Constitution AI governance protocols actively.

These public-facing policy "instruments" and guidelines are based on the active harmonization of the Global Statutes with legal principles and constructs, including but not limited to bylaws and local statutes for the natural persons of the network.

In simpler words, the Open Constitution AI network runs on an alterable knowledge base, using self-governance principles and protocols laid down in the network’s Global Statutes.

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