There's a way to do it better — find it.— Thomas Edison
We have always been an species of invention. These new technologies have propelled us forward and freed us from the hardships that we had suffered. Ages past, we invented the story and language. We learned to harness fire and build weapons. From hunting and gathering we domesticated plants and animals. Weapons, art, music, science, mathematics, all the way to the things that we are building to day.
The infrastructure that we want to build is based on neuroscience and the function of the brain. We can create a computational system that performs a number of basic functions. Process management. This would be the correlation of Type 1 thinking from Thinking Fast and Slow. We call this intuition or instinct. It’s the wiring that regulated day to day activities. Memory storage. This is big data. Predictive simulation. This is where we think through decisions and try to statistically evaluate their outcomes. Modeling update. This is what is Type 2 thought. Slow thought that rewires the brain slowly by analyzing and mediating the other mental processes.
With the initial platform unified, we want to guide the emergent complexity that develops on this platform in order to ensure that it remains both fair to the users and useful to society as a while.
One of the key features is that the building of this will define work and that we want to properly compensate the contributors for their efforts. With the goal of creating a better economic system, we must prioritize equitable compensation.
One of the hard problems is to properly transfer human knowledge to computers. Initially we want to transfer the low-hanging fruit. This would be general knowledge such is available in the Wikipedia database. In order to reach parity with existing human systems, we have to coordinate an effort to transfer domain specific knowledge as well. This can be done by gaining access to sector based
With data transfer delays better accounted for and based on statistical math, we can move from digital computing back to temporal computing as it exists in the human brain.