Cambrian Futures develops in-depth, research-driven white papers and concept designs for establishing trust in the digital economy. These designs provide a basis for sustained human and economic growth in an era of symbiotic intelligence between humans and machines.
People fuel the digital economy with streams of data but have no power to negotiate compensation for it. Olaf Groth and Tobias Straube with Dan Zehr propose a data market place that would make the digital economy more equitable.
Germany & Silicon Valley:
Shaping a shared digital future
Transatlantic Sync was Silicon Valley‘s first German-American conference on the impact of new AI technologies on business and society. The White Paper was co-authored by Cambrian and German Academic Business Association.