In order to obtain an optimal interaction between the people who participate in the elaboration of the ADNARNA, on the government web platform, and the "CEM", all those who use the web platform should obtain an adequate orientation training of their own mindset in the field technological-computer-digital-ecological (knowledge drawn mainly from the Earth Charter, Agenda 2030 - SDGs, digital agenda) to acquire awareness-in-depth knowledge of health-ecological-economic-social problems current and solutions (sMEBU) in order to obtain a higher involvement, cancel any mental resistance caused by technological-IT-digital-ecological illiteracy, provide better ideas, solutions.
The participation of all people, or as many as possible, in the definition of the "ADNARNA" code is essential to make it highly effective, efficient and able to meet the needs of all people in an environmentally sustainable way.
But here one of the "rsMEBU" emerges, namely: technological-computer-digital-ecological illiteracy, i.e. the lack/insufficient knowledge, awareness, understanding of current ecological-social problems and related emerging technological solutions (sMEBU), and the lack/insufficient ability to use technologies, IT devices, use of software and web portals functional to enable the processes of interaction with the sMEBU, know-be aware of the sMEBU and be useful to the their development, improvement, acceleration.
In order to favor the participation, active involvement of the majority of people in the accelerated development of the sMEBUs, and in the future "ADNARNA" code, it is necessary to reduce technological-information-digital-ecological illiteracy.
It is necessary to develop a collective mindset based on knowledge, awareness of MEBUs and sMEBUs: in short "MindsetMEBU".
Most people, in the process of interacting with the surrounding environment, are distracted by too much information deviating from a process of mental maturation aimed at acquiring the "MindsetMEBU".
Often, some people are superficially aware of ecological problems, but they don't know their extent, they are not directly interested in them, they are not aware of the MEBUs. Others have superficial knowledge of the sMEBUs, but ignore the MEBUs, as they acquire partial data on these phenomena.
A complete knowledge of the MEBU-sMEBU and an orientation path are required to obtain a "MindsetMEBU".
Therefore it is necessary that the European Parliament, in order to respect-guarantee the rights of European citizens to obtain knowledge of the ecological-social problems taking place in Europe and in the world (MEBU) and the available solutions (sMEBU) and therefore be able to participate to the development of such solutions, provides European citizens with a web platform (and other methods) to encourage the development of the "MindsetMEBU".
In order to guarantee that at least a sufficient number of people (who activate mechanisms favorable to the involvement of all (or a large part of) civil society in the diffusion of the "MindsetMEBU") obtain the "MindsetMEBU", the people who benefit from subsidies, assistance welfare (subsidies, basic incomes, guaranteed minimum incomes, etc.) should be involved, as part of the active policies envisaged for those accessing state subsidies, to acquire the "MindsetMEBU".
Many people risk exclusion from the digital world, from participating in the development of sMEBUs, from the benefits of the digital-technological economy due to disabilities and other issues that prevent the use of digital devices, technological
and to acquire skills in using these devices: the solution to this problem is
use humanoid robots to reduce the digital cultural divide (technological-digital illiteracy) by reducing resistance to the development of functional technological solutions to solve, contain, prevent problems such as epidemics-pandemics, climate change, environmental pollution, excessive ecological footprint, thus allowing the necessary acceleration of the implementation of these technological solutions,
avoiding the exclusion of a large portion of the world's population from the benefits produced by such solutions.
Develop passive technologies (passive technological intermediaries) to help people who have difficulty interacting with the digital environment (people with disabilities, with a low cultural level in the technological-digital environment, etc.).
Millions of people around the world are unable to use computers and other devices to avail the benefits and well-being, life improvement produced by the digital economy, robotics, especially in this period when digital-robotic technologies become every most important, fundamental and most widespread day to reduce infections from coronavirus-sars cov2-covid-19 and its variants, and to solve problems such as climate change, excessive ecological footprint and environmental pollution.
This serious problem falls into the broader category defined as "digital divide", or the "digital cultural divide" or "technological-digital illiteracy".
While the problem of technological infrastructures functional to guaranteeing worldwide coverage of technological-digital services appears to be nearing completion, giving all people the possibility of accessing these services, many of these people will still not be able to access them due to poor culture regarding the use of these technologies.
Furthermore, this problem slows down the widespread implementation of these digital technologies and services which are necessary to solve, contain, prevent problems such as epidemics-pandemics, excessive ecological footprint, environmental pollution, climate change.
The dissemination of technological-digital culture through training courses is ineffective in solving the problem definitively, as many people are not in a position to follow such courses, or able to acquire the technical notions for cognitive problems, disabilities, etc.
One way that would allow all people to access technological-digital services, and participate in the development-improvement of the digital world, even if they do not have adequate knowledge, is the use of cloud-based "robotic intermediaries" (passive technologies for 'techno-digital inclusion), i.e. humanoid robots that are both able to interact orally (or in other forms of communication for those with disabilities) in order to allow people to make the robots understand what their needs are, and to perform typically human functions to use devices and other technologies for people, or to teach people to use them, as needed.
Governments, or supranational bodies, should therefore start a technological-digital inclusion strategy considering this method, providing all people with financial support for the purchase of such robots, within a government robotic ecosystem for the support of citizens, and activate information campaigns on the media: TV, radio, newspapers, web, flyers, etc.
Associations for the defense of citizens, universities, and other interested parties should collaborate to urge governments to start this strategy of techno-digital inclusion, support for citizens.
Exhibit 1: Develop a Secure Blockchain Governance Infrastructure:
The European Blockchain Services Infrastructure (EBSI) (a joint initiative of the European Commission and the European Blockchain Partnership (EBP) to provide EU-wide cross-border public services using blockchain technology - https://joinup.ec.europa. eu/collection/connecting-europe-facility-cef/solution/cef-european-blockchain-services-infrastructure-ebsi/about ) is a fundamental resource for improving the functioning of the economy, public administration and providing European citizens with excellent products and services to improve their lives.
This infrastructure, (as well as all the blockchain-DLT infrastructures that are emerging around the world, and which are being studied by governments around the world to implement them in order to activate the economic recovery, improving their functional efficiency for the benefit of citizens , companies, and the State) is put at risk of hacking due to the potential use by subjects oriented to generate damage to companies, citizens, the European Union, European states and the whole world, of quantum computers that are able to manipulate the mechanisms of the blockchain (https://www.mitre.org/sites/default/files/publications/17-4039-blockchain-and-quantum-computing.pdf ).
Blockchain-DLT infrastructures will be used to improve the functioning of smart cities, industry 4.0, agriculture 4.0, healthcare 4.0, public administration 4.0, digital identity of citizens and companies, and many other sectors of the economy. To protect these blockchain infrastructures, and therefore protect the rights of European citizens, but also the rights of all citizens of the world, it is necessary to develop a European and planetary collaborative open source permissionless network of quantum and biological computers (bio-quantum governance blockchain infrastructure ) For:
1. protect the planetary ecosystem of blockchain infrastructures from hacker attacks with quantum computers; 2. enhance the global ecosystem of blockchain infrastructures in terms of speed, performance, scalability, cryptography, interoperability with smart city 4.0, industry 4.0, healthcare 4.0, agriculture 4.0, public administration 4.0, etc. in agreement with governments and supranational bodies;
3. set the DIGITAL DNA of the planetary ecosystem of blockchain infrastructures in relation to the 17 sustainable development goals of the United Nations (#SDGs - Agenda 2030), the Earth Charter, to orient them in a harmonious and synergistic way in order to optimize their functioning for the well-being of people and the natural environment.
annex 2: An innovative model of scientific research to overcome the health-economic-ecological-social crisis in Europe [petition n. 0623/2021]
The current scientific research models adopted by European Governments are not sufficient to solve the complex systemic problems caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, ecological footprint, environmental pollution, climate change, social and economic problems, therefore the 17 Sustainable Development Goals of the Organization of the United Nations (Agenda 2030) risk not being implemented, but, on the contrary, these problems could worsen if we do not develop a more suitable innovative model of scientific research.
This model should consider 2 aspects:
1. Improve and enhance the health of people and the natural environment through simulated cyber-biological re-engineering to definitively defeat the covid-19 pandemic and potential new pandemics, emerging from the ongoing ecological-economic-health crisis
2. The genetic-epigenetic-neural reprogramming of cyber-biological systems digitally simulated within a computing environment based on bio-quantum blockchain (decentralized network of classical-quantum-biological computers) in which artificial intelligence and smart contracts autonomously perform operations digitally simulated physical-biological mathematics, to help researchers, governments, companies and citizens in the field of a worldwide open source collaboration to identify potential solutions to get out of the current health-ecological-economic-social crisis.
The covid-19 pandemic and the ongoing ecological-economic-social crisis do not seem to find solutions through the classic scientific research methodologies.
Today we finally have many technological tools and knowledge useful for developing innovative methods of scientific research through the digital simulation of physical-biological phenomena and their digital re-engineering to develop potentially resolving physical-mathematical models of the ongoing health-ecological-economic-social crisis that Governments and citizens can eventually apply to quickly return to a state of normality and improve -improve their life, health, economic condition.
The health of people and the natural environment can be improved-enhanced making them able to resist the variants of covid-19 by re-engineering the cyber-biological environment:
this enhancement consists in improving-making the digital infrastructure-services of companies and the Public Administration more efficient in the functional-synergistic relationship with biological systems (ecosystems, people, agriculture, etc.) by integrating traditional information technology (devices and infrastructures based on computing such as blockchain, data center, computers, artificial intelligence, cloud computing, etc.) more advanced and performing technologies such as quantum computing (devices and infrastructure based on quantum computing) and biological computing (devices and infrastructure based on DNA-biological cells data storage-computing).
Citizens, governments, scientific research bodies, associations, universities, etc. can collaborate to develop an international open source web platform for automated digital simulation using smart contracts and artificial intelligence (blockchain platform bio-quantum) of cyber-biological phenomena and their re-engineering (digitally simulated genetic-epigenetic-neural reprogramming of cyber-biological systems) to discover innovative solutions that definitively resolve the current serious systemic health-economic-ecological-social crisis that risks cause the extinction of mankind.
This web platform would be managed by citizens, governments, universities, research institutions through digital DNA (see petition to the European Parliament n. 0207/2021 by De Biase Roberto), therefore, in order to reduce its costs and make it very efficient, it could be developed on biological computing devices (DNA data storage),
helping companies and the Public Administration to save billions of euros thanks to the archiving-management of digital data on DNA (integrated with IT infrastructures and devices based on classic IT).
The rapid development of smart cities 4.0, industry 4.0, healthcare 4.0, etc. will generate an immense volume of big data (especially due to blockchains needing many copies of data) that classic data centers (and classic hard drives) will not be able to handle in terms of capacity and cost, but emerging biotechnologies can provide a effective solution with DNA-data center and DNA-hard disk integrated with infrastructures and devices based on traditional IT.
DNA (especially hachimoji DNA) can be used both to store huge amounts of data at low cost, and to manage processes in an automated and efficient way in the Public Administration, companies, industries, health, agriculture, etc. with further money saving and functional improvement of the digital ecosystem for the benefit of the economy and citizens.
- DNA: The Ultimate Data-Storage Solution https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/dna-the-ultimate-data-storage-solution/
- Hachimoji DNA and RNA: A genetic system with eight building blocks https://science.sciencemag.org/content/363/6429/884
- Hachimoji DNA, the synthetic DNA with eight letters https://www.lescienze.it/news/2019/02/22/news/hachimoji_dnapianeti_otto_lettere_vita_sintetica-4304888/
- Storing data on DNA using synthetic fossils https://www.chemeurope.com/en/news/1171008/storing-data-on-dna-using-synthetic-fossils.html
- DNA 'Lite-Brite' is a promising way to archive data for decades or longer https://theconversation.com/dna-lite-brite-is-a-promising-way-to-archive-data-for-decades- or-longer-157856
- Genetic circuit design automation https://science.sciencemag.org/content/352/6281/aac7341
- Resilient three-dimensional ordered architectures assembled from nanoparticles by DNA https://advances.sciencemag.org/content/7/12/eabf0617