In a Nutshell with James Littlejohn of Dsensor
Main Focus of the Business
Dsensor uses Peer to Peer technology to apply the scientific method to data collected from sensors. Science helps us make sense of the world, our environment, climate, self and even the cosmos. SenseMaking is the term applied to this mission. Peer to Peer Science is a new way for senseMaking.
What do you do now?
Building dsensor.org a programmable science based on building open source mapping protocol for evidence based science on ptop blockchain. The Mapping provides individuals on the DSensor network the ability to propose Scientific theories called MNMs (Mapping Network Methods). MNMs are put to the network that then responds with a consensus on that being true and over time the best methods would become Computationally Active.
What was your very first job?
Working in the family joinery business
How did you get into IT?
Computerising the book keeping for the family business
Interesting fact about You?
Fiddler of Scottish Traditional Music
Carnferg a small hill over looking Aboyne, Aberdeenshire.
Shared use of any vehicle driven by an AI (Artificial Intelligence)
Who would you most like to meet and why?
James Lovelock, an independent scientist that put forward Gaia Theory. Learn more about his idea and thoughts behind it.
Current Aspirations for the business
Crowd fund the science commons infrastructure and Mappers. Mappers will help us make sense of the world. Everyone can participate: individuals, business, scientists, organisations etc.
To Find out More:
e-mail us on firstname.lastname@example.org
call us on 0845 643 5375
First published on www.companyconnecting.com April 2016