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Crowd Governance

Crowd based Governance will change the way government works forever

  • The Technological Singularity is coming and with it big changes as to what is possible with technology.
  • A most remarkable thing about the Technological Singularity Curve is that it does not change due to WWI and WWII.
  • If the Technological Singularity Curve was not affected by major upheaval WWI and WWII, then heroes of Society are not politicians, military, kings, queens, religion, nobility, the rich, the media, the powerful etc. They are the geeks. Despite all the civilians and military being killed, the brutal truth is that the rest of society just carried on.
  • We urgently need to re-calibrate our thought processes to absorb this detail.
  • It is the geeks that empower us every day and lifts us every day. Putting a mobile phone in the hands of a villager in deepest darkest Africa technologically empowers that person to be as powerful as any president 20 years ago. Its is the geeks that make this equality happen not politicians. And soon the geeks will gift us with Universal Basic Income (UBI).
  • As we become more equal, our demands become louder, and overall less easy to accommodate with just one political system with one political view point. What this will do is lead to ever more smaller political parties all trying to take control of a county to rule a whole country with a minority ideology that the majority does not support. This cannot and will not go on forever.
  • The only way out of this problem is to move us into Crowd Governance for which the core technologies such as web, Internet, wiki, etc exist.
  • With Crowd Governance, its easy to imagine topics are loaded into a web site by the public, and everyone with an interest in that topic will contribute to pushing its popularity up or down by giving it a score out of a range of say +/-5. If the topic reaches a certain threshold, then its merits could be studied financially and put to further votes. Everyone in the Crowd Governance would vote on it knowing its their own tax money that is funding it.
  • A trivial example: someone might suggest that 10 benches should be fitted to a local park. Other people reading it may recommend a specific style and upload some photos. This gets more votes for the project. Eventually it passes a threshold, and it is put through costing, and either a person, or a company, or some AI puts up the cost for the proposal. No company is expected to quote below cost+25% because it would be dismissed as unreasonably low bidding. Likewise, high bids may get rejected if there is no value. While professional companies can get order even if they charge a higher price due to the quality they offer. Then all that too gets voted on, and eventually if that passed a threshold, then it is actioned. While the project gets implemented, there are daily uploads of photos of the work and comments from all involved to make the whole adventure a social media experience.
  • The important thing to take away from the trivial example is that no politicians were harmed in making the crowd decisions.
  • No companies were harmed in giving out prices for each type of work they can do. If they don't want to participate in the openness of the process, they don't have to by not participating at all.
  • The crowd and the companies involved are able to keep each other appraised and peer review the progress daily through social media infused participation of politics and governance.
  • This open way of working could get copied, scaled and extended to numerous aspects of government and governance without friction.
  • Eventually crowd governance can replace almost all forms of government.
  • One good thing with Crowd Governance is that no one will be allowed to be poor for example by rolling back all the bad things in society that make good people poor.
  • Crowd Governance is quicker, more efficient, governance work is done during day and night 24/7, 365 days, does not rely on single person sign off, does not rely on single heads of departments to oversee proposals and projects. The crowd does most of the work, while individuals in civil serviced departments are responsible for costing projects and communicating with all the interested parties to organize and implement the crowd governance wishes as a public service.
  • Since it is the geeks that drive this revolution in governance, it is their ideas that gets to front of every queue to launch great and new projects. So if a company decided that it has invented a trash sweeping robot and wishes to trial it on a particular street, they can upload videos of all its features and safety, and providing enough support is generated, it can have that device sweeping the streets within a week or two as a trial for a month. And if other areas are comfortable with the result, they too can order the sweeper by looking through the online documentation and replicating the process.

We take a deep interest in Crowd based Governance because we hope to be delivering 3D wired Hypercube Data Centers and software running on those servers that facilitates Crowd Governance. This all down to rapidly approaching Technological Singularity which will be here in about 17 years time (from today 2018) in a rapidly accelerating technological world. This is not a whole lot of time to prepare for possible unraveling of all political systems globally due to the powerful changes that the Technological Singularity brings.
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