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Frameworks for worldbuilding.


Initially constructed in 2019, the “Communion” framework outlines the structure of a decentralized information infrastructure platform of mixed reality investment, research, development and design. It’s first iteration was presented to a select group of friends, thought leaders & collaborators in Summer 2020. It included the description of an integrated local-global manufacturing network comprised of various mixed reality products, services and experiences which span multiple sectors and emerging markets.  

Since it’s initial introduction in 2020, I’ve begun to expand Communion as a series of frameworks related to various emerging technologies, sectors and areas of research within the ever evolving information economy as we approach the 5th industrial revolution and beyond.


These technologies & sectors include, but are not limited to:

Quantum Computing
Internet of Things
Bioengineering
Regeneration
Artificial General Intelligence
Simulation
Additive Manufacturing
Spatial Computing
Digital Twins
Mixed Reality (AR/VR)
Soft Robotics
Blockchain Technology
Agriculture
Cloud Infrastructure
Clean Energy


I have transitioned to representing Communion and these frameworks as simply ꙮ. The multiocular O, or flower of life, symbolizes the convergence and full integration of these exponential technologies and the information infrustructures they rely upon.
The frameworks themselves will act as living tools, which are informed by Technoculture, the ever-evolving body of research in information systems sciences.
In 2021, myself and Ami Sueki established O, which will be the first organization to begin implementing the ꙮ frameworks,
systems & technologies as they evolve into a fully-realized second-life platform.







 as a Legal & Ethical Framework for Alter(net) Realities




Studying and Understanding the Relationship Between Information and Confirmation Biases in Technoculture.
A Process for Describing a Legal & Ethical Framework for Alternate Realities through The Description of Said Hyperreality.


Is another world possible?
If so, What's the Worst That Could Happen?
Is the universe a joke?

We use memetic Technoculture as a Culture & Information research methodology to examine dystopian visions of the futures to mitigate existential risk. Given the possibilities presented by the emergence and convergence of exponential technologies, we have to assume that Another World Is Possible, and confront the implications through a rigorous, evolving process of research, development and design.

Abstract:


At this point, we have to asssume that literally anything is possible.


Methods

1 : 0 Technoculture : Another World Is Possible, but Everything Is Terrible: Using Memetics as a Method
Toward the Development an Evolving Legal & Ethical Framework for Alternate(net) Realities
(Funny Not Funny)

Primary Contributors: 
Communion Guild of Reality, Family & Friends

Sources:
Instagram, Snapchat, Google Suite, Are.na, Apple, Lyft, Youtube, Hulu, Warner Bros., OnlyFans, Twitter, Disney, Tumblr, Facebook, AirBnB, Amazon Web Services, Inc.
Wikipedia
Internet Archive
Don’t Hug Me I’m Scared
Wonder Showzen






as a Full Systems Regenerative
Health & Wellness Infrastructure



Toward the development of an integrated, regenerative, full-systems health & wellness infrastructure which is applied to individual, communal, regional, and global spheres, taking into account all dimensions of the lived experience.


Abstract:
https://www.instagram.com/without.sanctuary/

A regenerative, full-systems health & wellness infrastructure is one which is applied to individual, communal, regional, and global spheres, taking into account all dimensions of the lived experience.
Designing a comprehensive health and wellness infrastructure that integrates IoT, Digital Twin technology, contextual AI, and ancestry-based wellness practices can lead to significant advancements in individual, communal, regional, and global health. Let's outline the key components of this system:

IoT Devices and Sensors:
Implement a network of IoT devices and sensors capable of gathering real-time data on various health-related metrics, such as heart rate, blood pressure, body temperature, sleep patterns, physical activity, environmental conditions, and more. These devices can be wearables, smart home sensors, or integrated into healthcare facilities.

Data Collection and Integration:
Develop a centralized platform that collects, stores, and processes data from IoT devices, as well as other health records and data sources, while ensuring privacy and security compliance. This platform should be scalable and able to handle the massive influx of data from various sources.

Digital Twin Technology:
Create digital representations or "Digital Twins" of individuals, communities, and regions, incorporating their unique health characteristics, genetic data, lifestyle habits, and environmental factors. These Digital Twins will serve as dynamic models for predictive analysis and personalized health recommendations.

Contextual AI and Machine Learning:
Implement AI and machine learning algorithms that analyze the data collected from IoT devices, electronic health records, and genetic databases. These algorithms should be able to process large amounts of data to identify patterns, correlations, and individual health risks while considering the context of each person's genetic heritage, lifestyle, and surroundings.

Ancestry-Based Wellness Practices:
Incorporate traditional and ancestry-based wellness practices from different cultures and regions into the system. By understanding the genetic heritage of individuals and communities, personalized wellness plans can be created, incorporating traditional diets, exercise routines, and holistic remedies that align with each person's heritage.

Personalized Health Recommendations:
Utilize the insights gained from contextual AI and Digital Twins to generate personalized health recommendations for individuals, communities, and regions. These recommendations should include tailored diet plans, exercise routines, stress management techniques, and preventive measures to promote overall well-being and prevent specific health issues.

Community and Regional Health Platforms:
Create community and regional health platforms that allow individuals to connect with others, share their health progress, and engage in communal wellness activities. These platforms can facilitate knowledge exchange, promote peer support, and encourage the adoption of healthy habits within a broader social context.

Public Health and Policy Integration:
Integrate the system's data and insights into public health programs and policy-making. The data collected from individuals, communities, and regions can help authorities make informed decisions and implement targeted health initiatives for various demographic groups.

Education and Awareness:
Emphasize health education and awareness through the system. Utilize AI-driven personalized health content and tailored educational materials to empower individuals with the knowledge they need to make informed decisions about their well-being.

Global Collaboration:
Facilitate global collaboration by sharing de-identified data and research findings with international health organizations, researchers, and institutions. This would enable cross-cultural studies and collective efforts to address global health challenges.

Comprehensive Understanding of Technological Impact:
The integration of technologies, such as Digital Wellness, in the health and wellness infrastructure should be approached with a comprehensive understanding of their impact on both individuals and the biosphere.

This includes:

Individual Health Impact: Conduct extensive research and studies to evaluate the effects of Digital Wellness technologies on individuals' mental, emotional, and physical health. Consider factors like screen time, social media usage, and the influence of virtual environments on overall well-being. This will help in designing guidelines and recommendations that promote a healthy balance between technology usage and personal well-being.

Biosphere Impact: Assess the ecological footprint of implementing the health and wellness infrastructure. Ensure that the manufacturing, usage, and disposal of IoT devices and other technological components are environmentally sustainable. Implement practices that minimize electronic waste, use renewable energy sources, and adhere to green manufacturing standards.

Transitional Model: Global Health & Wellness Index vs. GDP:
Transitioning from a focus on GDP to a Global Health & Wellness Index in international policy can significantly impact the prioritization of public well-being and sustainability. The proposed model includes:
Global Health & Wellness Index: Develop a comprehensive index that incorporates various health and wellness indicators, including life expectancy, disease prevalence, mental health, access to healthcare, and overall well-being. This index will provide a more accurate representation of a nation's prosperity, as it considers the holistic health of its citizens.

Incentives for Health and Sustainability: Introduce policies that incentivize countries to improve their Global Health & Wellness Index. This can involve offering financial rewards, trade benefits, or international recognition to nations that prioritize and invest in the health and well-being of their population while adopting sustainable practices.

Aligning International Aid and Cooperation: Encourage international aid and cooperation to be guided by the goal of improving global health and well-being. Nations with higher Global Health & Wellness Index scores can collaborate with and support countries that require assistance in enhancing their health infrastructure, disease prevention, and access to healthcare.

Promote Technological Innovation for Health: Encourage research and development of technologies that positively impact health and wellness. This includes supporting innovations in digital health, medical advancements, and sustainable practices that contribute to both individual well-being and environmental preservation.

Addressing Health Disparities: Recognize and address health disparities between different regions and demographics. Implement policies and interventions that aim to reduce inequalities in healthcare access and outcomes, fostering an equitable global health landscape.

Measuring Progress and Accountability: Regularly assess the progress made by countries in improving their Global Health & Wellness Index. Hold nations accountable for their commitments to prioritize health and sustainability through transparent reporting and international benchmarks.

By shifting focus from GDP to a Global Health & Wellness Index, international policy can promote a more sustainable and people-centric approach to global development. This model recognizes the interconnectedness of individual well-being and environmental health, fostering a world where technology and innovation are harnessed to improve lives and preserve the biosphere for future generations.


Methods

Akupara

1 : 0 Technoculture : Tribevest Party Platform