The paper falls far short in its appreciation for human-centred design, and this is quite typical of contemporary approaches to digital identity
It was my privilege and pleasure to present my recent essay — Human identity: the number one challenge in computer science — in about forty minutes at the RadicalxChange conference yesterday. I thank everyone who tuned in for your attention and patience as I whizzed through my thesis.
The conference title was Exploring Digital Identity For Decentralized Societies, so right up my street. As always, the real value was found in the ensuing conversation, which continued three times longer than the presentation itself; a healthy ratio I think!
The slides cannot substitute for the essay itself, but should you find yourself wanting to communicate the thesis of and the ideas in the essay to colleagues, customers, suppliers, whomever, please don't hesitate to download the slides here as you wish (CC BY-SA 4.0 International licensing).
Thanks to the RadicalxChange conference organising team and facilitators. Remote conferences are not easy, but that's how you make it look :-)