Big Mother community of artists, engineers and designers are introducing a new innovation for online conversation and community flow; mutually resolving consensus building via Aiki Wiki.
Mutually resolving consensus and mutually resolving transactions between ideological divides, without a third party and without the necessity of voting.
The community is introducing and demonstrating decentralized consensus building that produces verifiable, open, transparent and collaborative outcomes to ideological or problematic differences in digital social media environments.
This project has received high enthusiasm and endorsements for the potential of this algorithm for law, finance, and governance, so it is important to build our foundation methodically and properly.
9×3 Narrative Logic
This project is the heart of Big Mother community and we often refer to it as “Aiki Wiki”, but the underlying logic and natural language we call 9×3 narrative logic.
Narrative logic brings community design principles that follow naturally occurring psychological and social dynamics in any community performing any kind of transaction, from contextual to legal to financial.
This algorithm works by applying an intuitive narrative structure combined with a flexible ternary paraconsistent logic as an overlay over large online group conversation.
When we think of decentralization, we tend to think of a set of centrally organized events collapsing into a collection of individual sets, wallets, or decisions.
Narrative logic as a discussion algorithm that decentralizes a whole system consensus psychology, therefore it decentralizes large group consensus into a collection of paired sets, which means two individuals, two wallets, two decision makers, two viewpoints within a larger consensus process who both share equal permission power.
9 x 3 narrative logic guides an online discussion into a very subtle form of gamification in such a way that will only allow for a “win-win” programmatic outcome to emerge between ideological divides through written conversation where a group conversation decentralizes into paired 1 on 1 conversations.
You can access the white paper “Non-Dual Consensus Theory” here.
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