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Digitizing Real-Land Ownership Using Blockchain

May. 03, 2024. 0hr. 57min. watch. 6 Interactions

Dr. Mihaela Ulieru sits with Peter Van Garderen, CEO & Co-Founder of Landano. Peter is a professional archivist and a world-renowned expert in the field of digital records management.

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Mihaela Ulieru

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Dr. Ulieru, a Blockchain pioneer, champions equality and a fair society. As an esteemed academic researcher, she spearheads multi-stakeholder programs in Distributed Artificial Intelligence and Applications. With over 200 peer-reviewed articles, over 250 keynote speeches, and support for several non-profits and foundations, she still finds time to write poetry.

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  1. When talking about audio-visual layer authentication, I think you touched a timely topic regarding deep fake questions. If one can easily generate a proof of location in both space and time dimensions, it is a major advantage. Even further, as different relevant identities can sign their past locations afterwards, the authenticity level of the recording may evolve over time.

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  2. Catalyst has really connected talents beyond expectations. Landano is another manifestation of super professionally implemented philosophy and commitment.

    Mihaela, Oscar level performance while emphasizing those NFT lessons. You have some pedagogical instincts. 

    Peter, if you see this, create a Mindplex account, namely, I have a couple of questions. 

    Different RealFi projects such as Empowa, World Mobile, RealFi Microfinance and others are pioneering innovations in different countries. Each started by focusing on slightly different regions depending on their specific needs and priorities but have you identified any shared challenges, mutual needs or common opportunities going forward? As discussed, tools for identity/agency management, from an individual to institutions, are certainly a thing underlying pretty much all interactions.

    As a follow-up on this, when all that infrastructure and opportunities mature, how would you envision the everyday digital life of people to look like in the realm of verifiable information or internet of knowledge? Over the past decade or two, mobile computing provided crowds with the experience where pretty much all the critical services were made accessible through a cell phone application as long as there was a trusted party backing up one’s participation. Teleoperators, financial institutions, insurance companies, healthcare providers etc brought their legacy available through digital means. In this world, your entire service is your trusted brand. You hope they take care of your data, expand their offerings and continue to let you use the service. The real content lives inside these centralized entities and the client side digital infra is just an interface to communicate. 

    As technology is now pushing the control to the edges, the roles are turning around so that the brands are becoming primarily non-mandatory interfaces while the users (from a full node to cell phone) interact directly with the real content with inclusive accountability. Do you think this might change the practices of how we consume digital services in general? And do you think it has an impact on the quality/intensity of our engagement in collective decision-making and governance operations?

    This was an informative and enjoyable episode. Thank you!


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