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SIRE
Socially Intelligent Roadmap Ecosystem


Challenge[edit]

Description[edit]

SIRE (Socially Intelligent Roadmap Ecosystem) is devoted to the design and implementation of a Socially Intelligent ICT ecosystem (like Wikipedia) for the rapid development of the «living roadmap of complex systems». It has to be specified:

  • as a potentially very large organisation with as much levels as there is levels of challenges and sub-challenges in the studies of complex systems (a deepth comparable to the deepth of knowledge map, for example 24 levels in the study of condensed matter)
  • as a fair organisation respecting the efforts of each individual and institutional member in order to disseminate trust everywhere for these members
  • as an "autonomous organisation of autonomous organisations" modifying at all levels their statutes and bylaws when necessary
  • as a decentralized organisation with almost no administration not directly assumed by its members, like in the ancient greek agora

All these requierements are attaignable through the main propositions of the 2nd internet revolution that brings a completely new way to manage humans affairs. That is the "Grand Challenge" of SIRE.

Keywords[edit]

social autonomy, Socially Intelligent ICT ecosystem,living roadmap, 2nd internet revolution, blockchain, smart contract,Decentralized Autonomous Organisation (DAO),InterPlanetary File System (IPFS), BlockApps.

Board[edit]

  • Cyrille Bertelle (chair | cyrille.bertelle@univ-lehavre.fr)
  • Paul Bourgine, Elias Showk, Salma Mesmoudi, Clément Schreiner, Julien Baudry

Bibliography[edit]

Sub-challenges[edit]

CS-DC OS: CS-DC Specification & Webmail (e-team)[edit]

Description[edit]

The challenge is to create a specification interpretable by the CS-DC Operating Systems (OS) as a program according to the principle of intuitionistic logic. The main role of this specification is to make completely natural and easy the participation of new institutional as well as individual members. This main role is assumed through the CS-DC Finder for existing members and through the CS-DC Webmail for the first contact with new members. The specification of the CS-DC is according to its statutes and bylaws and changeable when the CS-DC Council is modifying them. The same is true at the different levels of the CS-DC organisation. That is a simple application of the principle of Social Autonomy as stated in the SIRE challenge as well as of Decentralized Autonomous Organisation of Decentralized Autonomous Organisations.

Members[edit]

  • Elias Showk (chair)
  • Paul Bourgine

CS-DC Finder (e-team)[edit]

Description[edit]

The CS-DC Finder allows 1) an horizontal exploration of the whole CS-DC organisation in the same way and 2)the modifications of all the fields of the CS-DC e-structures as well as the specifications. These two features are exactly similar to the Mac Finder.

Members[edit]

  • Salma Mesmoudi (chair)
  • Mathieu Rodic, Paul Bourgine

A CS-DC Database with the 2nd internet revolution (e-team)[edit]

description[edit]

The main idea is to use the 2nd internet revolution for 1)developing trust in the potential very large individual & institutional network as a DAO of DAOs for all having a contractual aspect (Smart Contract, BlockChain) and 2) allowing all members to share all data, informations and open source software as if they are in a single computer (InterPlanetary File System - IPFS). The 2nd internet revolution will also replace the huge diversity of WebApps by a much huger availability of BlockApps, that brings also the respect of privacy (like the General Data Protection Regulation, a EU regulation that will apply in May 2017).

Members[edit]

  • Salma Mesmoudi (chair)
  • Mathieu Rodic, Paul Bourgine

CS-DC Cosypedia (e-team)[edit]

description[edit]

The only exception to the modifications of the fields of the different participants and research & education e-structures is the challenges with their sub-challenges. A Cosypedia (Complex Systems "pedia") will be designed for making the modifications of the challenges not only easier but also open to all propositions from anyone worldwide. This Cosypedia will be similar to the present Wikiversity and will also use Wikimedia.

Members[edit]

  • Clément Schreiner (chair)

CS-DC e-events (e-team)[edit]

description[edit]

The main scientific as well as educational activities of the CS-DC and its members is to organize e-events for a level of interactions completely new. These interactions will diminish the diameter of the knowledge map by creating link at long distance in the map. It will diminish correlatively the diameter of individual knowledge maps and increase the capacity of everyone to increase his/her social imaginary when being succesively learner, tutor, teacher, researcher and again learner. The e-events are without fees and are open to anyone for any questions. They are recorded allowing new generation to revisit any talk at any time. The e-events are not mainly a way to attend individually the e-event at home or at his/her desk. Mini-events are created in any relevant place, especially in Universities, for increasing the interactions locally and at long geographical distance.

Members[edit]

  • Julien Baudry
  • Cyrille Bertelle

Data and/or tools to be shared[edit]

(the ecosystem is not available yet: only its static version exists on http://cs-dc.org)


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