"For the second time, researchers from three distinct areas of science—graph theory, natural language processing, and decentralized systems—have collaboratively organized this workshop. The picturesque subtropical community of Cala Millor on the island of Majorca will provide participants with an inspiring atmosphere for impactful presentations and fruitful discussions on their recent work, future projects, and innovative ideas.To fulfill its objective, this new workshop intentionally maintains a small size. Following a rule originally set by NATO for its scientific events, the conference will take place in 'relative seclusion.' All participants will be accommodated in the same hotel, and full board is included in the conference fee, simplifying logistics and fostering relaxed group interaction.Recognizing that new ideas often appear whimsical initially and typically originate unexpectedly, the conference organizers view any attempt to review oral or written contributions as akin to illegal and unconstitutional censorship. Such an approach is deemed inadequate for scientific progress, as mainstream thinking tends to be perpetuated, and novel ideas are often suppressed.Reflecting on historical examples, such as the seminal papers of Einstein, Planck, and others from around a century ago, as well as the work of Bednorz and Müller on high-temperature superconductivity in the 1980s, it is noted that these contributions did not undergo review, yet their authors earned Nobel prizes. These authors chose not to publish contributions they feared would make fools out of themselves, effectively exercising quality assurance. Following this precedent, the organizers have opted to forego traditional reviewing in favor of encouraging highly novel and unconventional submissions. Submissions will undergo some copy editing for proper English and formatting to ensure a consistent book layout."