Citizen Compute Impact

Meaningful Impact

Collaborative Compute breaks the Cloud Platform innovation bottleneck by distributing compute (from AI to blockchain) previously locked up in DOZENS of companies to BILLIONS of citizens, so they can work together to solve the hardest problems facing humankind.

Citizen Compute makes meaningful impact to the human ecology and scales equitably globally.

Meaningful Impact

Citizen Synergy drives innovations across the whole human ecology to make significant improvements to the well-being of all humans:

ecology

Each ecology layer includes related project with a single focus and relies on the proper functioning of the layers underneath. You can create new projects or your contributions to existing projects, in ANY of the layers will help move humankind forward.

Global Scale

A major difference between citizen compute and cloud compute is the tight integration with the governments of each country.

In order to scale worldwide in an equitable manner, Citizen Compute has a national component made up of Citizen Ecosystems in each nation, as well as an international component to promote Citizen Synergy between nations.

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Citizen Compute is modelled loosely on the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement with its 3 independent components:

  1. International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent - international non-conflict focus
    Compute Coordinators - international project focus
    e.g. 88.io

  2. International Committee of the Red Cross - international conflict focus
    Compute Standardisers - international technology focus
    e.g. e164.name

  3. National Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies - national humanitarian focus
    Compute Ecosystems - national compute focus
    e.g. net2max.au

Citizen Ecosystem has been designed to function like the movement's auxiliaries, with tighter government integration than typical non-governmental organisations (NGOs).

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Unlike the National Societies, Citizen Ecosystems typically hold substantial assets e.g. patents, infrastructures, citizen data etc.

Citizen Ecosystems may be for-profit or non-profit. They are jointly owned by the governments and their citizens (the percentage of government ownership will vary from country to country).