Episode 38: Collective intelligence (Part 2)

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In the second part of this episode I am interviewing Johannes Castner from CollectiWise, a platform for collective intelligence.
I am moving the conversation towards the more practical aspects of the project, asking about the centralised AGI and blockchain components that are essential part of the platform.

 

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