Technological Democracy

144 Pages Posted: 12 Aug 2021

Date Written: July 16, 2019

Abstract

Information and communication technologies are a fundamental pillar for the development of humanity, being used as an object, means and end. They are so important in human life that they have made transcendent changes in contemporary paradigms regarding democracy, social participation, legitimacy and organization, resulting in new perceptions of seeing the world. Thus, this research aims to roughly address the intersections between disruptive technologies and contemporary societies, addressing issues of democracy, governance, trusted third parties, communications between people and machines, big data, objects such as the Internet of things, cyborg and artificial intelligence, concluding with Blockchain or better known as chain of blocks, which is defined as an accounting record of decentralized, distributed and updated technology through consensus mechanisms that has come to revolutionize the world.

Keywords: democracy, blockchain, legaltech, law, politic, política, gobierno digital, botnets electoral, electoral

Suggested Citation

Llamas Covarrubias, Jersain Zadamig and Llamas Covarrubias, Irving Norehem, Technological Democracy (July 16, 2019). Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3887941 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.3887941

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