Many interesting discussions happen on Slack and Telegram.
I think there are some valid points here, happy to initiate a discussion.
When I was voting (2-3 times in total) I was concerned about being coherent with other jurors.
As a juror, my incentives were to vote coherently.
In fact, I couldn’t care less if the logo has enough pixels.
I was perfectly rational participant in game-theory experiment.
Sophisticated users will probably go to the blockchain to know the results of previous rounds.
Sophisticated users will also wait to see how the vote is evolving…(that’s assuming no commit-reveal)
Leaning towards transparency, full information. As the information is public anyway: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_diplomatic_cables_leak
Their reasoning, according to Glenn Greenwald in Salon , was that government intelligence agencies were able to find and read the files, while ordinary people-including journalists, whistleblowers, and those directly affected-were not. WikiLeaks took the view that sources could better protect themselves if the information were equally available.
While I would prefer jurors to make decision independently, what is in the best interest in the justice, society, fundamental human values…
As a self-proclaimed “bug in the system” I am likely to vote coherently with other jurors
(rational game theory incentives)
Kleros General Court Policy: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1xxwUcmVwo0xS2rfVt8QJF571hjtvWCPa3e9B98IUXOU/edit#
Code is the law?
Best interest of the public, society, justice
I still don’t know the answer, it’s one of the greatest philosophical debates of our generation…
Currently emphasis is on game-theory, voting coherently, shelling point, coherence reward.
(this is what blockchain can understand)
And yet, there is a human element, it can happen that the resulting judgment would be unfrair or even catastrophic: https://www.wired.com/2010/12/ff-collarbomb/
• Jurors voted coherently - bomb exploded.
• The interest of the public, justice, humanity - bomb not exploding.
Imagine the dispute was governance related where most people wanted to vote for an option that would completely change tokenomics or so. It could end up in the same form.
The Cambridge University Ethics in Mathematics Project: https://www.ethics.maths.cam.ac.uk/
PKI (public key infrastructure) is broken, privacy and security is gone… As a researcher shall I publish and obtain citations?