There is a huge difference between “can’t do evil” and “won’t be evil” | Jonathan Victor
How will the future look like with the technological boost we experience today? Will we be still able to control our identification data or will it be taken by tech giants and intermediaries? What is the difference between Web2 and Web3, and why is it crucial to be aware about these concepts?
Our today’s guest is Jonathan Victor, the Ecosystem Lead of NFTs & Gaming at Protocol Labs, an open-source R&D lab building protocols, tools, and services to radically improve the internet and help us navigate the digital future.Together with Jonathan we spoke about the connection between design applications and data leaks, tackled the possible conflict between data identification and Web3, discussed what is in common between a movie ticket buyer and visitor of any website and if we have brain chips in the nearest future…And, of course, that’s only a tip of the iceberg!
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