Call for open research for OC AI Network

An incomplete stimulus even from dead e.g an incomplete will or succession note, may cause stress to human mind. An automated intelligent process’ output from a machine, if rendered incomplete, may cause a material affect in human sentience momentarily, specifically during a time of conflict on a part of the planet.

Objective: To benchmark risk aversion of Open Constitution network AI in the case of subliminal intelligence dissemination, if any.

Case Study: Reference and use the case of Internet infrastructure’s judicial censorship specifically in low and middle income economies or politically unstable governance system or Warring nations, and how internet infrastructure censorship(i.e when telecommunications networks are interrupted by a court mandated order or public body or a dictatorial governance system) poses a situational relationship for Risk Quantification and Risk Indemnification of, and by Open Constitution network AI to prevent or avoid any harm, as a consequence of natural person consuming incomplete subliminal intelligence, prior to the Internet shutdown.

More details:
If a natural person’s material reality gets affected by consuming incomplete subliminal intelligence from Open Constitution AI, and the service gets interrupted, e.g due to Internet interruption or Public infrastructure’s judicial censorship,
e.g case of causality to the events of discriminatory or divisive linguistic agitation resulting in rioting when human society participants build opinions based on an incomplete stimuli or information consumption from network AI, this Open Research explores the risk liability, and accountability infrastructure or measures.

Internet Connectivity allows natural persons to access intelligence, accountability measures be built for Interruption of connectivity for an ethical AI network to complete its purpose of disseminating complete subliminal intelligence with no harm.


  1. This is a multi-disciplinary Open Research. Please practice Foundation’s guidelines on the defining epistemic justice in the conventions used.

Open source, Open Research