I had a great time.
Thank you so much.
I don’t know who, I guess somebody from RxC...At least if you two are there and you’re representing...
Yes. Great. That’s good. I’ll be there at that time.
Yes, so I should find somebody from that community.
There is one, but leadership has changed since the first meeting. A lot of the people were involved with the conference, so we got all too busy. We’re going to restart but with more Germans hopefully involved this time and more diverse...
They want to talk about quadratic voting and data as labor with, oh, dGov, sorry not GovLab.
It’s the Web3 Summit. Is there WiFi access?
Yes. That’s the only one I’m aware of.
Do you know anybody that would, that could speak to the Gov Labs?
There’s an event coming up in Berlin in August that I can’t go to. I’m not going to be in Berlin. They want to have RadicalxChange presence.
Do you know Gov Labs?
These don’t go to waste. They find somewhere to work.
I wasn’t sure if these topics were things, "OK, this is what we want to work on. Everybody choose one." I didn’t if there were specific focuses already.
Right, so these were independently proposed by the Hackathon groups.
They create the topics?
Who picks the topics?
Great. How long has that been going on?
Like machines in a hospital.
What happens at the Presidential Hackathon?
What is this supposed to be?
Can I see that page right there?
I agree, unless they were valued differently, or only for certain elections, certain...
I agree. Does he think it is?
I don’t know. That’s something we’re thinking about, and also, whether you have elections of the board, because then, they would elect the new leadership at the executive level, and so on. There’s this kind of discussion that...
I don’t know.
Oh, OK. That’s great. We talked about internally, for RadicalxChange, having leadership elections, I think, every year. I don’t know if it will be done at the conferences, which won’t be exactly a year.
Yeah, I agree. How are we on time?
It’d be good to have somebody from RadicalxChange get involved.
Great, thank you. I think it’s more important to get all the people that are thinking about these things together, rather than compete.
Joi Ito is there?
Oh, yeah, Sandy Pentland from...
It is, OPAL.
Interesting. It OPAL here or are they in other places?
Definitely. Do you have any ideas on or have you been speaking to people about...?
I’d love to hear more or see more stories, some more examples.
I’ve used that, but not on the phone. Only from the computer.
I actually haven’t used Apple Pay, so I don’t know, or WeChat. [laughs]
...sharing the QR code.
Is there something with the QR code that...I imagine there must be some identity problems where people, would they ever share? I guess if everybody has it, you don’t have that problem if everybody is covered...
Maybe I can put you in touch because they’re working with, or have lots of clinics in China and Hong Kong.
I met with people in Hong Kong that are building this whole system that I hope we can work with them to make it more data dignified for people, because they’re pulling in lots of different data. It’s a regenerative medicine company.
It would be a QR code, or no, it would be something more involved?
What are you redesigning?