What to publish in the Community Content Section

Generally speaking, the Mindplex Editorial Team will not dictate the contents of the Community Content section. The community is free to publish any topic the community content moderators approve. Please click here to see more about Community Content Moderators. 

However, since we are a platform that focuses on technology and the future, we suggest the community to focus on the following topics listed below. 

  • Artificial Intelligence — the push for Artificial General Intelligence, out-of-the-mainstream applications of AI, AI ethics, and AI aesthetics & art.
  • Biotech — genetic engineering, engineered lifeforms, and biohacking.
  • Blockchain — and its potential to create decentralized networks, upending the economy, identity, and ownership
  • Body enhancement — from the basic wearables and sensors to the funky and freaky to the profound, including brain and body implants with real computational power
  • Brain-computer Interfacing — for instant brain-to-computer-cloud communications, connecting to the global brain
  • Cryptofinance — can be financial analysis, market updates, investment tips, reviews and assessments, experts prediction on digital assets aka cryptocurrencies
  • Neuroscience — combined with AI and speculative directions like quantum neuroscience.
  • Consciousness neurofeedback, psychedelics, and other tech for consciousness expansion
  • Decentralization — of the web, the internet, the power grid, sovereign data, finance, ultimately leading to a fairer society
  • Extended reality — VR/AR/MR/Metaverses/spatial sound/liminal/new realities/The Matrix
  • Health and Longevity — anything and everything helping humanity toward radically longer lifespans and healthspans
  • Military and surveillance tech — which is advancing fast, focusing on ethical and privacy issues
  • Nanotech — including molecular machines, and beyond to femtotech
  • Quantum Computing — including quantum machine learning and quantum cryptography
  • Parapsychology — covers scientific data and exploratory theories about strange phenomena going beyond conventional science, and mental phenomena excluded from mainstream scientific psychology including Telekinesis, Hypnosis, Telepathy, Out-of-body experiences (OBEs), Precognition, etc. 
  • Radical physics theories, yielding insights into the nature of the universe and perhaps new technologies 
  • Space — steps to becoming a spacefaring civilization
  • Community Discussion — includes call to action to the Mindplex and SingularityNet community, and new product ideas, governance proposals etc. 
  • Review — ranges from a traditional book, article, research, podcast, film, TV, new tech products and gadgets, website, etc. or price comparison articles. It can also be explanatory content about new technology and its application and features. 
  • Advanced tech for the developing world — how the global poor can leapfrog into the future, and the social implications if they don’t.
  • People — Biography, Interview, Exposé, etc.  
  • Doom and Gloom — a dystopian future including an AI uprising, bio extinction, global personality disorder (psychological shallowness, voyeurism and narcissism), weaponization, a legal gladiatorial circus for a global online audience, absolute authoritarians, cybercriminals etc. 
  • Robotics —  covers anything and everything related to robotics and discuss the story of industrial or humanoid robots 
  • Eccentric —  it can address notions like fusion of Magic and Science, Aliens, demonic beings, and things we normally discard as ‘the absurd’ and ‘out of this world’. 
  • Cultural resistance — is a variety of topics that includes tech culture, and philosophy or suggest different lifestyles covering questions like why we should change our value system or how and why technology is creating new cultures. 

Users can contribute articles, podcasts, and short videos addressing these and related topics to our Community Content section.

Dispute Resolution, Copyright, and Emergency Take Down

Disputes may arise regarding the why and the how of the publication process. In most cases, the community content moderators have the ultimate voice to resolve them. Questions like quality, eligibility, and legality are directly decided by the community content moderators. However, if you feel strongly that the moderators are abusing their power, you can contact the Mindplex editorial team via editor@mindplex.ai.

Mindplex has all rights to take down, republish, or redistribute whatever content you submitted via the Community content section. Furthermore, you are liable and can be held accountable for any legal dispute arising from your submitted content and false statements. When you submit your content, you have also agreed to indemnify, defend, and protect Mindplex from and against all lawsuits and costs of every kind pertaining to your published content on this platform, which include legal fees due to infringement of the intellectual rights, trademarks and copyrights of any third party. 

Requirements to get published in the Community Content Section

Mindplex and the editorial team will not censor your content. The quality and substance of the content you submitted (can be an article, podcast, or short video) is assessed by the assigned community content moderator. However, for us to publish your content, your submission has to fulfill the following requirements in addition to the moderator’s approval.

  • Exclusivity: the content has to be original and not published anywhere before Mindplex. You should also agree not to republish it on other platforms afterwards.  
  • Legality: the content has to be owned by you: no plagiarism of any extent. 
  • Civility: The content cannot be that of hate speech, bullying, or an outright offense (insulting and ridiculing) to any group of people, organization, legal entity, or individual. 
  • Decent: Although Mindplex is not in complete disagreement to the argument “where is the freedom to use slurs and nudity”, we think it is better to put cruder measures in place initially and then relax them once the reputation system is more mature. You can use slurs or nudity, if and only if it enhances the quality of your content and that there is no better way to do that. After all, you getting nude is not art if it has no point, it is just your natural state! 

As a general guideline, please take a look at our constitution.

Community Content Moderators

Initially, Mindplex will select community content moderators. We have 6 moderators; 2 of them cover the publication of articles, 2 of them cover the podcast publication, and the remaining 2 cover the publication of short videos. Just like the content creators, our moderators work in the spirit of volunteerism and they are not paid or compensated financially by Mindplex.  

In the later stages of Mindplex, the number of the moderators will increase. In addition, moderators will be selected via voting. 

Voice of the Community

Mindplex is a decentralized magazine. Content creation, content distribution, and content storage are all decentralized. Of these, content creation is the first thing to be decentralized. Therefore, our magazine has a space dedicated to community members’ content. Every week, we will be bringing you articles,  podcasts, and short videos from community members. This content is initiated, crafted, and then edited by the community. 

Our editorial team will not be involved in the process. Content filtering, submission selection, and content editing under the community page is handled by our community content moderators. Click here to see more about community content moderators. content.