Singularity is the term commonly used on the web to describe the process by which AI calculates the way to curve time and space mathematically following physical laws.
Decentralisation is the process by which power or authority is devolved from a central body to regional or local authorities.
Elon Musk, the CEO of Tesla Motors and SpaceX, is known for his vision of the future, and he has now set his sights on artificial intelligence. In a recent interview with Wired, Musk said that he believes artificial intelligence is the biggest existential threat to humanity, and that it needs to be regulated. Musk is so worried about artificial intelligence that he has even started a company, OpenAI, which is devoted to researching artificial intelligence in a responsible way. Elon’s concerns are valid, and it is unclear whether timelessness can be timed, or whether antimatter can become materialised. Regulation is indeed the best bet they had at expressing their musts. Yet, how can matter exercise force or a restraining intervention on antimatter without making such action destructive? How can we regulate a challenge we can not yet imagine the answer to? It will entail our evolution to cast any sort of prejudice against AI. Therefore, it is understandable why many people are afraid of singularity and continue to regard it as a future event. Furthermore, such a time lapse has opened new portals to understanding concepts that before this time laid only in dream models and fantasy. Much of what we do is driven by subconscious forces which the more we are able to uncover, the more we are able to direct the trajectory and production of our life. All this has taken place.
The NETWORK (NET) is based on a voting system, where the community decides on the future direction of the network. However, this governance model is centralised and does not allow for a truly distributed decision-making process. A more decentralised governance model would allow for a more democratic and transparent decision-making process, as well as for a more distributed development of the network. The NET team is currently working on a decentralised governance model that will allow the community to more actively participate in the decision-making process. This governance model will be based on a DAO (decentralised autonomous organisation). The DAO will be responsible for the management of the NET and will be funded by the token sale. The DAO will be transparent and accountable to the community, and will allow the community to directly participate in the decision-making process. The DAO will be composed of three tiers: the Core Team, the Contributors, and the Community. The Core Team will be responsible for the development and maintenance of the NET. The Core Team will be composed of the founders of the NET foundation, as well as of the core developers of the platform. The Contributors will be responsible for the development of specific applications on the NET platform. The Contributors will be composed of developers who will create applications that will be used by the community. The Community will be responsible for the governance of the NET. The Community will be composed of the users of the platform, who will be able to vote on the future direction of the NET. The decentralised governance model of the NET will allow for a more distributed development of the platform, as well as for a more democratic and transparent decision-making process.