Decentralizing AI - creative meetup Jan, 29th | 19.00 (doors open 18.30) Location: House of Watt, James Wattstraat 73 Amsterdam (4 min walk from CS Amsterdam Amstel trainstation) Program 18:30 Doors open, Pizza & hamburgers 19:00
Decentralizing AI – creative meetup
Jan, 29th | 19.00 (doors open 18.30)
Location: House of Watt, James Wattstraat 73 Amsterdam
(4 min walk from CS Amsterdam Amstel trainstation)
18:30 Doors open, Pizza & hamburgers
19:00 Opening & introduction to Nature2.0: Fixing the world through crazy hacking- Building the unimaginable Jan-Peter Doomernik (Lead Nature2.0 track of Odyssey.org)
Every innovative disruption seems crazy before it is adopted. What seems nuts today may benefit society tomorrow, but only if we get to work, together, in order to build the unimaginable. Technology is not the main challenge. It is us, the humans, who miss out on tons of possibilities because of frozen mindsets. What can we learn from the 8.7 million other animal species, that fulfill their basic needs using ecosystems without ownership, without identity like humans use it, and without money? In the nature2.0 track we ask you to build commons, ecosystems towards abundance or ownerless ecosystems
19:15 Decentralizing AI: Extraordinary Opportunities & stunning examples: Ibby Bernali, Marketing Manager &Data Protection Officer SingularityNet.io
Artificial Intelligence is playing a bigger role every day in our lives. One of the biggest questions is how you could make Artificial Intelligence even more intelligent, so that it can reach human-level intelligence, or even beyond that: Artificial General intelligence. Ibby Benali will introduce you to the concept of decentralized micro AI services that can form the world’s global AI brain on the blockchain, and how one of your very own AI services could be part of the bigger whole.
19.30 Data is labor: Arif Kahn Marketing VP SingularityNet.io
How should we think about our data within the context of social contracts? Recent embarrassing disclosures by large tech firms has emphasized the importance of our data. Should data be treated as capital? Or should it be more radically categorised as labor given its enormous contribution to the algorithmic supply chain. How should we think about our rights as individuals and can the blockchain facilitate a new paradigm in this domain?
19:50 interaction 1 (Ibby, Arif & JP) : Burning questions- Who do I want to meet during the break?
20.30 interaction 2 (Ibby, Arif & JP): Joined exploration of all your questions (& Moderator)
21.10 Pitch & share: What is your idea to particiapte in the odyssey.org Hackathon? Nature2.0 ready? Doable with AI? An excellent opportunity to craft or finrtune your odyssey –application.
21:25 Wrap up
21:30 Meet & mingle with drinks
5 (Tuesday) 09:00 - 8 (Friday) 18:00
De Nieuwe Liefde AMS
Da Costakade 102
» Program and more information Excerpt Event Details Nature 2.0 Feb, 05th | 12.00 - 18.30 12.00 Lunch: Time to Connect 13.00 Block 1: Presentation Nature 2.0 Track - What is Nature
Excerpt Event Details Nature 2.0
Feb, 05th | 12.00 – 18.30
12.00 Lunch: Time to Connect
13.00 Block 1: Presentation Nature 2.0 Track
– What is Nature 2.0? (Trent McConaghy, Founder of Ocean Protocol, author of orginal Nature 2.0 Medium post)
– Participating in the biggest blockchain Hackathon of the world (Rutger van Zuidam, DutchChain presentation)
– What is the challenge of Nature 2.0? (Jan-Peter Doomernik)
14.15 Break: Time to Connect
14.35 Block 2: What can we learn from Nature & Communities
– Life’s Principles as a guideline for a healing society (Prof. Jaco Appelman, University of Utrecht)
– How to build a community around the magic of AI? (Ibby Benali, SingularityNET)
– Presentation of the Friends of Nature 2.0 (Unimaginable narratives, communities looking for a hackathon team)
15.40 Break: Time to Connect
16.00 Block 3: The Unimaginable but Buildable: How can I create what I can’t imagine?
– Boom Chicago
– What does it mean to be a Nature 2.0 team member? + Q&A – – Jan-Peter Doomernik 30 min
17.30 Time to Connect Drinks and Networking
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11 (Thursday) 09:00 - 15 (Monday) 00:00
Over 700 pioneers from 5 continents gather in Groningen, the Netherlands, for the third edition of the largest physical annual blockchain hackathon in the world with €100,000 in prize stimulus.
Over 700 pioneers from 5 continents gather in Groningen, the Netherlands, for the third edition of the largest physical annual blockchain hackathon in the world with €100,000 in prize stimulus. For four days and nights, the city of Groningen – home to several Nobel Prize winners and a vibrant start-up and scale-up ecosystem – turned into a global epicenter of blockchain prototyping.