RvK: What are the enablers for Governance? 

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RvK: What are the enablers for Governance? 
30/10/2021 – 10:05

Governance on 500 million people and billions of devices in Europe is possible by building a triangle of value by enabling Virtual Machine (VM) on chips in travel documents (the current passport will become a device), in routers, applications (NB-IOT SIM VM) like lamps, washing machines, (connected) cars, smart city  infrastructure, and (5G) base-stations. The key triangle is a personal device plus (a 5 supporting service running Estonian e-card in a dedicated European hardware with dedicated European chip running VML zenroom.org), plus the router and the application. Protocols can diverge from and gradually fade out tcp-ip. 

Our focus is on the space in between the dots, less on the individual identities than on the relationships across the “event identities”. That is where the proactive capabilities of Big Data, analytics, emergent quantum computing and AI come into play. That space is certified by the connecting dots that create Digital Signatures . If 6 the router-application-device triangle is not apparent, then nothing happens. In the space between the dots there is no need to identify natural persons or for these persons to expose themselves as natural persons. 

Regulating the router market, regulating the chip market and setting requirements for embedded computing as VM on chip as well as adding security requirements for #IoT applications in combination with porting security in and on paper documents to digital carriers can be achieved in the revision and updating of three major legislative frameworks: GDPR (review in 2020); the ePrivacy draft regulation designed to be applicable to IoT / M2M; and the public consultation in eIDAS. 

We believe in a clever combination of proactive legislation, new forms of standardization, innovative procurement, funding priorities and coded enablers like zenroom.org, so that we do not have to build a fully new EU infrastructure for Cloud and AI but by demanding eIDAS, GDPR and the PSD2 Directive, on authentication Digital Signatures for services (banking, payment, energy, education, care, mobility, connectivity…) and Digital Signatures for architectures (virtual and analogue enablers of connectivity) are e-seals, a tool to complement current actions on procurement and local agency as in this kind of SLA it does not matter that the original data sets and analytical platforms are not under your control. In this manner local stakeholders are a priority part of building the next layer of value, naming the new entities that are formed when AI inspired intelligence starts to see patterns unrecognizable before.

Accountability over anonymity characterizes this approach as it underlies society in the 21st century itself. Tokenized trust is a key feature but only in the actual locality where face to face individuals in real and communities of people work and live together. This approach that builds reciprocity not over two, but three actors, is the only way to counter and overcome the incongruities that are currently eroding trust such as fake news, synthetic data (information artificially manufactured and algorithmically created) and chimeras (organisms containing at least two different sets of DNA), fake passports and passports for sale by national source signers. This approach builds on the fixed identities of human beings in nationally signed passports, of goods in GS1 type of repositories, and scenarios of behavior in taxonomies such as coelition.org and face and gait recognition capabilities, and it reorganizes them as ‘event’ identities. 

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