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Open Constitution AI network, a digital commons Internet

The Open Constitution AI network, a digital commons computing infrastructure, involves diversity-oriented componentization of data sets and human augmentation protocols.

It includes internationalizing knowledge bases for training data sets and domain-specific deployments of training data sets. The networked approach incorporates tokenization between autonomous machine entities and a self-governed model to oversee the entire network and computing entities comprehensively. Furthermore, efforts are directed towards resolving data storage issues that are generally associated with centralized and controlled AI systems.

There is also an emphasis on maintaining transparency in the learning process, ensuring that human-readable forms are available to understand how, where, and when the network acquired specific insights or knowledge discoveries.

Knowledge discovery is supported by peer-reviewed knowledge bases integrated semantically through a novel indexing structure using neural patterns similar to humans.

For example, nodal ledgers and deployment of tenants on peer-to-peer subnetworks focus on information analysis.

A cloud networking package allows extending tenants to swiftly add externally provisioned cloud servers to any research program, enhancing AI's learning process.

Furthermore, an auditable and traceable ledger leaves a timestamped pipeline of training sets.

Open Constitution AI Network ensures that intellectual property lifecycle conflicts do not exist through a novel regulatory technology approach that embeds legal framework into the technology deployments of Association activities. This enables network participants to ensure data residency is maintained at above-par compliance standards not only for security and data integrity but also to avoid breaches of the network self-governing model.

Mechanisms such as consoled activities have been developed to involve subject matter experts effectively, where payouts for their contributions align with OC articles of association.

The digital commons infrastructure is managed through open source treasury.

The Open Council has developed a carbon-neutral intra-community tokenization policy that acts as a currency for tracking energy and resource consumption by running the network.

Steering Council Action Items:

  • Policy Development for Data Governance: Regularly update data residency policy, provenance, and standards and best practices.

  • Stakeholder Engagement and Education: Conducting workshops on the importance of data transparency, unbiased AI training, and the use of generative AI for course generation.

  • Compliance Monitoring for Unbiased AI: Implementing tools to ensure AI models are trained with diverse data, promoting unbiased results.

  • Blockchain and Data Standards Initiatives: Develop guidelines for using blockchain for data traceability while promoting global data standards.

  • Continuous Advocacy & Policy Influence: Utilize networks to advocate for fairness in AI at global levels.


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