Roles – Entity Analysis

The manner in which any ‘information management’ system is managed, relates to different types of roles of actors; whereby relationships between the activities of an agent and/or actor carrying out that role; needs to be put in context by way of an ‘entity analysis’, evaluation model, modality or graph.

It is important to note that jurisdictional considerations have an influence on the definition, role and rights of each of these forms of ‘active actors’, in a manner that forms what is considered to be similar to an interference pattern, as may be programatically queried, evaluated and/or made use of.

Human Actors:
  • A human actor is the only current natural-world actor.
  • A real-world actor may be subject to legal penalties in a manner that is distinct to the role of any other legal actor.
  • Human actors are rendered means in which to socioeconomically participate by way of the socio-geopolitical mechanic of personhood; in which citizenship makes distinct those whom a series of interpretive definitions apply in a particular form of manifest; vs. those considered to be ‘alien’ to any-such geographically defined environment.
Persona Ficta;  ‘legal person‘ or ‘legal personality’
  • legal personalities,  incorporating a group of persons as to form a group personality which is rendered means of existence by way of shared responsibilities and whom by such means may own tangible legal rights whether ‘artificial’ (copyright), commons subject (law) or natural (land).  
  • Is operated by way of human actors whose responsibilities and custodianship may change from time to time.
Persona artificium

An Artificial personalities that is brought about by the work of natural persons, to be an artificial and native actor within the infosphere whose acts influence the natural world; such as, a program, an applied machine learning algorithm and other forms of artificial intelligence.

  • A work of art produced by one or more persons which by its operation brings cause to influence the acts of others in a manner that may or may not be intended by its custodians.