#Ep. 55: THE (DIS)TRUST GENERATION: Genuine, Fake and Fraudulent

October 21st, 2019 · 39 mins 44 secs

About this Episode

Nic Watson and Ahmed Al Balaghi co-host todays episode, with guest Damu Winston, author of “I Don't Trust You, But Blockchain Will Help”

Today we focus on distrust and what it means to live in a world of genuine, fake and fraudulent trust. In a world where every day you are surrounded by information that directs your decision making and purchasing habits, how can you be sure what you are basing your decisions on are real.

There are so many factors that impact trust and how organisations, individuals and social groups are more than ever relying on fraudulent information to make decisions.

Damu covers key technologies including blockchain that will enhance how genuine trust can replace fake trust and its impact on how we interact daily with each other, corporations and governments.

Expect to walk away with:

  • A different opinion of what trust is
  • How future technologies will impact even greater what is genuine and what is not
  • Where you can get Damu’s free ebook
  • Why distrust is more important to understand than trust
  • How Alexa, Siri and other game changing voice tech will impact trust

And don’t forget to stick around for the whole episode as we have a few laughs about 6 year olds teaching enterprise technology decision makers about bitcoin.

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