This thing gloriously called “peritaje social” …

I have a family member who unashamedly, proudly, self-declares in a work context to be a bitch. Her words, not mine; and proclaimed to many more people than myself. So for a change, no secrets unveiled here. But one example…

This thing gloriously called "peritaje social" ...

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I have a family member who unashamedly, proudly, self-declares in a work context to be a bitch. Her words, not mine; and proclaimed to many more people than myself.

So for a change, no secrets unveiled here.

But one example of how bullies get to rule over the world of business, politics, work, and alleged leisure. And get properly rewarded for it too.

Today, I described to a fabulous Spanish woman my idea for a bully-killer of a software platform.

She immediately pounced on it, and gave it a technical label in the language of castellano (what most of us inaccurately describe as Spanish): “peritaje social”.

Peritaje is what insurance companies get off experts when an accident or claim of some sort.

But a social equivalent seems revolutionary to me: I mean, revolutionary in the sense that as a concept it already exists.

Yes. It’s exactly what I want to mean, too. Zemiology – societal harm in simpler words – is what the world of law now proactively is driven to deliver.

Legal doesn’t automatically equal just any more.

It just equals legal.

So. This is the why.

The why of why I am far more interested in zemiology than a tight definition of criminal justice.

I think, with a judicious use of #ai to allow evidencing and validation to the satisfaction of criminal justice systems and mental health regimes across the world, alongside the software tools I am proposing to allow us to capture and share #intuition, it will be possible to use in a court of law or a tribunal of mental health people’s feelings and emotions – their very essential own PERSONAL high-level domain expertise – to process, convict and sentence many currently untouched crimes; as well as, contrarily, prevent many unjust medical incarcerations from shamefully taking place in the first place.

Giving a voice to the historically, disgracefully, unvoiced – which tomorrow COULD easily be you in evermore automated and machined legal and health systems – is my goal.

And it already has a name: ¡peritaje social!

Let’s do it.

🙂

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