Another talk comparing the process of developing hardware v software. Hardware you have to get right because the iteration cycle is long. 4-5 years. Software, could be hours. Get something wrong, change it, compile it and release it.
For this reason, the culture is not East v West, it’s hardware v software.
Andreas talks about a new category called Trustware that happens when “consensus rules are running in software, with the backing of hardware, deployed on a global network, with a diverse set of participants”. Great talk, interesting take.