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Digital Proprioception

by CEO at Dotsub, Inc. on Nov 18, 2008

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Our online profiles are an extension of our physical being. Their overlapping contours create a distributed digital identity. We can perceive it in our daily actions, and those of others. The sum of ...

Our online profiles are an extension of our physical being. Their overlapping contours create a distributed digital identity. We can perceive it in our daily actions, and those of others. The sum of this perception constitutes our 'Distributed Digital Proprioception'. As the software agents executing the will of our digital identity become autonomous, this distributed entity potentially becomes to form a new kind of superorganism.

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  • davidorban David Orban, CEO at Dotsub, Inc. Hi guestcf5c17. Maybe this is really a 'pestol modle'. Unfortunately neither Google nor I know what that would be, so I can't comment further... :) 5 years ago
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