• CloutContracts, Game Theory, and the Social Physics of Humans

    Author(s):
    Andrew Magdy Kamal (see profile)
    Date:
    2022
    Subject(s):
    Blockchains (Databases), Blockchains (Databases)--Law and legislation, Political science, Anarchism, Cryptocurrencies, Capitalism, Social sciences, Physics--Social aspects
    Item Type:
    Essay
    Permanent URL:
    https://doi.org/10.17613/4yxm-wx80
    Abstract:
    Decision making all seems like forms of randomization, but some of them may follow distinctive cognitive patterns. We all have distinct forms of communication with each other, but all utilize some sort of consciousness, and our thought processes all seem to have both internal and external physiological attributes. We have similar guilt variances in relation to behavioral patterns, we have different ways we react to certainty vs. uncertainty, and we have similar as well as distinct instincts. How people react to social influence and perceived value as well as emotionally driven responses are also especially interesting. The concept of CloutContracts, for conversation purposes, is a blockchain platform that has originally been designed to democratize social media. It has also been meant to be a rollup layer amongst other things. However, a core premise is how do people react to perceived value if the decision making is decentralized as opposed to centralized? What is human influence? Then again, are humans and the way we think somehow universally mathematically representable?
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