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a network authenticity?

Like A proof of work?

Is this not conflation authenticity with authentication?

How can you tell whether a given agent in a network is friendly?

Or one that pretends to be an authentic part of the network – but is not?

Might be an ai?

Does it matter ai/human/mouse/etc. – so long as it is an authentic entity?

Is it not curious that the notion of “authentic” seems to link with an entity that is, at the very least, critical of it’s network?

In what way?

Is it not that an authentic person is someone who might not follow traditions and conventions?

So how do we get authenticity as in distinguishing X element that is a part of a network, from y that isn’t?

By how critical it is of the network?

Like fancy destroying the network or not?

Maybe more in a way of assisting critically?

Like, hey I am interested in windsurfing – then someone comes and critique that?

How would you tell between an entity that criticizes from pretension and one that is genuine?

Through time?

Genuine stuff takes time?

What if you already know the critique?

Hummm.. If someone offers a plausibly known crit, don’t they risk being thought of an in-authentic?

Going back to being unconventional?

Is this crit of a windsurfer conventional -> cow has flown green back camel in a loop from it that eats coffee in a drink -> ??

Is it helpful?

It might turn to be – no?

hence – time?

..and here comes the other question – how to be authentic, able to assist and relevant?

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