Here's my take on shit right now,
The culmination of AI, quantum computing, synthetic biology, nanotechnology, & centralized blockchain technology,) will ultimately leave us with the small number of immortal god-king type rulers with everyone else being slaves unless we properly handle DECENTRALIZED BLOCKCHAIN TECHNOLOGY.
Decentralized blockchain can liberate us by giving us control of our money, identity, data, voice, & privacy. It has the potential to increase transparency, accountability, and autonomy for individuals and communities by enabling peer-to-peer transactions without the need for intermediaries. This could lead to greater economic, social, and political freedom for individuals.
It's certainly not a panacea for all societal issues, It is still subject to certain limitations & challenges, such as scalability, interoperability, & governance. Moreover, proper implementation also depends on the willingness & ability of individuals & communities to adopt & use it effectively.
I think we must invest in truly decentralized technology if we value freedom. Certain things will maintain their value as centralized entities & there will almost certainly be a need for a hybrid use case between the two, but it should be noted & addressed if that centralization is taking over.
Do you want to live at the bottom of the pyramid that is being built, or would you rather live within a circle of technological equality?
(Both can be improved upon but only one offers true freedom)
Here's my take on shit right now, The culmination of AI, quantum computing, synthetic biology, nanotechnology, & centralized blockchain technology,) will ultimately leave us with the small number of immortal god-king type rulers with everyone else being slaves unless we properly handle DECENTRALIZED BLOCKCHAIN TECHNOLOGY. Decentralized blockchain can liberate us by giving us control of our money, identity, data, voice, & privacy. It has the potential to increase transparency, accountability, and autonomy for individuals and communities by enabling peer-to-peer transactions without the need for intermediaries. This could lead to greater economic, social, and political freedom for individuals. It's certainly not a panacea for all societal issues, It is still subject to certain limitations & challenges, such as scalability, interoperability, & governance. Moreover, proper implementation also depends on the willingness & ability of individuals & communities to adopt & use it effectively. I think we must invest in truly decentralized technology if we value freedom. Certain things will maintain their value as centralized entities & there will almost certainly be a need for a hybrid use case between the two, but it should be noted & addressed if that centralization is taking over. Do you want to live at the bottom of the pyramid that is being built, or would you rather live within a circle of technological equality? (Both can be improved upon but only one offers true freedom)
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