April 2024

Summary: The discussion centred around the importance of incorporating human-readable protocols into the Trust's Governance centre and the involvement of electoral appointees in this process. It highlighted the potential for these systems to self-correct and improve over time, emphasizing the role of diverse strengths within a team. Additionally, it stressed that system adoption depends on action and experiential learning while also noting the benefits of a more distributed infrastructure for network safety.

Overall, designing human-readable protocols can enhance accessibility and usage, especially when coupled with diversity and a focus on strengths within teams. Furthermore, the systems are designed to self-correct, leading to continuous improvement over time.

The members discussed the importance of designing human-readable protocols into the Trust's Governance centre and the role of different electoral appointees/individuals in this process. It also touches on the potential of these systems to self-correct and improve over time.

The Trustee Council has implemented a system for voluntary and involuntary exit notifications. These are now available at the Governance Center.

Important: Trust Governance Center Utility

With the Open Constitution AI network, digital commons infrastructure, and the Trust Governance Center, members discussed that they are basically communicating with a machine and not reaching out to another member.

we are no longer talking to a human when we are filing these resolutions at the governance center, cause not every record keeping is required to be registered in every member's brain. When giving this to the machine, we are utilizing the network's storage an computing capabilities to perhaps enhance our memory on the action items and our ability to reach a more deeper sustained cognitive state. Not every ticket requires human attention, some may not even attract a voluntary action of human members.

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