Designing Open Democracy: "Trust, a concept analysis" (After: Fake News Trivia) (Melbourne Event on the 11th of December)

Hi Pirate Party members,

Before the year ends, this is a gathering about how the year in democracy has ended, as well as to discuss what the future may hold for democracies around the world.

Initially, our guest Alexar Pendashteh will present his analysis and musings on the nature of trust and how society conceptualises and acts upon it.

This will be followed by a group discussion, so don’t forget to bring all your strong opinions with you!

After that you are welcome to join a Fake vs Real News trivia game!

Designing Open Democracy: “Trust, a concept analysis” (Later: Fake vs Real News trivia)

  • Gate Open: 5:30pm
  • Date: 11th of December 2019
  • Location: Melbourne Business Centre, Level 9, 440 Collins St · Melbourne
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  • 1s : Introduction

  • 265s : Define trust, Why exist? Where is trust from? What causes trust? What influence trust.

  • 146s : Why do we care about this topic?

  • 179s : In each field in science, bigger concepts is formed by previous fields.

  • 218s : So could the same be for trust? Are we missing out?

  • 265s : Start to talk about trust. We can approach it in different ways.

  • 290s : Personal trust is not transferable between people

  • 334s : Trust is a perception game

  • 362s : Humans have the ability to form alliance

  • 383s : Role of language in creating complex trust

  • 468s : resonance analogy

  • 524s : Dunbar’s Number

  • 647s : Noam Chomsky’s Dictatorship Bubble

  • 833s : Prisoner’s Dilemma

  • 938s : Work agreement in companies

  • 1008s : Current social assumption about work

  • 1170s : Anthony Mc Mullen’s explanation of co-ops

  • 1271s : Democratic Governance vs Democratic Ownership

  • 1550s : American Southern Strategy

  • 1771s : How labor issues was not always a left wing issue

  • 1861s : cognitive dissonance

  • 2223s : Conservative/Rightwing are more united

  • 2329s : Penny Wong

  • 2549s : Tribal Epistemology

  • 2710s : Fake Facebook Pages For Extreme Right/Left

  • 2780s : Allowing for compromise

  • 2850s : Democracy Groups Are Stuck With Infighting

  • 3035s : Why many co-ops fails (Divide&Conquer)

  • 3262s : Prisoner’s Dilemma

  • 3533s : Using technology to increase trust in orgs

  • 3706s : Money

  • 3843s : Unintended consequences of rules/algos

  • 4016s : Money used to be just physical coins/notes

  • 4138s : Satoshi Nakamoto

  • 4233s : Hard to trust eVoting

  • 4369s : Trust but verify

  • 4403s : Science has base assumptions

  • 4458s : Bitcoin base assumptions is maths

  • 4622s : Crypto Ledger

  • 4725s : Facebook Crypto Currency

  • 4814s : Gig Economy

  • 4940s : Exploiting Network Effect

  • 4961s : Who is influenced is not who is influencing it