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Decentralized Autonomous Organization proposal to fosters innovation ecosystems across the U.S. thro

Proposal to NSF aims to apply exponential education technologies to enhance U.S. innovation capabilities

WASHINGTON, D.C., U.S.A., October 11, 2022 / -- This week, Emerging Rule, Public Benefit Corporation submitted a proposal before the new National Science Foundation Regional innovation Engines program (NSF Engines), exposing the benefits

of creating national decentralized pockets of innovation applying Blockchain and Artificial Intelligence. The proposal, titled

Decentralized K-12: The Future of Accountability, Education, and Work, envisions a Decentralized Autonomous Network that simplifies the process of curating existing resources to boost autonomy, interconnectivity and decentralized decision-making, for economic growth. Through the project, Emerging Rule looks to onboard institutional, corporate and community collaborators into a Consortium Blockchain, governed by a Decentralized Autonomous Organization, to improve decision-making.