Talk to the City remains experimental, right? So, it’s an addition to the methodology. In fact, we did not use Talk to the City this time when drafting the Anti-fraud Act. We plan to use it as a kind of supplemental information, so that people can go back to the deliberation and feel that they’re part of the deliberation again in a way that increases the post event informed face, which is always the hardest with mini public, right? They came here, they got a consensus. It’s hard to get that mood back to their communities and so on. So, in a sense, it’s a communication or educational tool, but we’re not relying on it when we draft the anti-fraud detection. We did that just by old-fashioned reading out of the Stanford deliberation platform.

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