The innovations created in the name of SSI need not deliver the dystopia their SSI form promises.
Towards a shared understanding of ‘digital identity’ — reflecting on conversations with Doc Searls and Drummond Reed
Covering systems thinking and context, agency, hard borders, trust, trust triangles, and governance.
Phil Windley claims that a technology stack consisting of self-sovereign identity (SSI) and related technologies has all the qualities of generativity.
Nefarious bots are at the crux of fake news. Sybil attacks frustrate pseudonymous democratic participation. Can we create proofs of humanness and uniqueness while preserving privacy and personal security?
SSI has distressing emergent outcomes — the antithesis of the hopes and plans of the SSI community and those attracted to SSI's real-world application. We have to reflect and rethink.