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Ep. 105: Community Empowered Health and Reputation – Mike Sinn (CureDAO) & Mike Elias (IdeaMarket.io)

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Ep. 105: Community Empowered Health and Reputation – Mike Sinn (CureDAO) & Mike Elias (IdeaMarket.io)

Discussed decentralized science, credibility on the internet, and how we can ensure the future of science is led by people who actually know what they’re doing.
November 6, 2022

Ep. 105: Community Empowered Health and Reputation – Mike Sinn (CureDAO) & Mike Elias (IdeaMarket.io)

Ray Dogum is joined by Mike Sinn and Mike Elias. Mike Sinn is a Software Engineer at CureDAO, a collaborative framework for precision health of the future. CureDAO is creating an open-source platform to determine the effects of millions of factors on human health. Mike Elias, on the other hand, is the founder of Ideamarket, a platform that builds credibility infrastructure without relying on legacy media or academia.

The Mikes come together to talk about decentralized science, credibility on the internet, and how we can ensure the future of science is led by people who actually know what they’re doing.  

Topics Covered Include:

00:00 Introduction

00:45 Getting to know Mike Sinn

03:48 Who is Mike Elias?

06:42 How Ideamarket works

08:36 The future of healthcare data 

10:47 Getting the most out of medical data

12:08 Reasons healthcare data is unique and difficult to capture 

14:27 Data ownership and privacy in a Web3 world

17:33 Advancing medical research by aggregating pieces of information

19:24 CureDAO’s source of data and information

20:36 Differentiating medical facts from opinions on CureDAO

23:31 Trust and credibility in web-based health information

25:30 Why people have a genuine interest in uncovering truths

29:42 The Wisdom of Crowds

34:10 Tokenomics and monetization on Ideamarket’s platform 

38:57 Understanding CureDAO’s token economy  

43:42 Company cultures at CureDAO and Ideamarket

47:24 How to get in touch with Mike Sinn and Mike Elias

48:50 Fun closing questions 

54:10 Parting thoughts 

News Corner

https://www.healthaffairs.org/content/briefs/mass-shootings-united-states-population-health-policy-levers

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_mass_shootings_in_the_United_States_in_2022

https://apnews.com/article/health-dallas-shootings-588b62b3e2420075247482b2e31c1b14

According to a Wikipedia list, as of October 25, 2022, there have been 582 mass shootings, with 604 individuals killed (including the shooters). A total of 2380 people have been wounded (including the shooters). This year has been a record year for mass shootings in America and it does not seem to be getting any better. Although many attribute shooter motive to serious mental illness, studies have shown personal issues such as a combination of acute life stressors, anger, and nihilism contribute to a shooter’s motive. Gun policies and the criminal justice system, in general, are also factors that play a part in the probability of mass shootings. 

Although this news corner doesn’t have anything to do with blockchain technology, it has everything to do with social stability, security, and human nature. It’s unlikely that we’ll ever end all violence in our world, but we should be addressing and studying some of the root causes of violence by educating children about the importance of community safety, gun safety, and human morality. Open Public policy and local education regarding gun control can be tools to help mitigate future tragedies and increase trust in our communities. 

Links and Resources

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