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Mankind must learn how to appropriately respond to the crises and opportunities that await us, and grow cognizant of the fact that large-scale violence can be so dangerous to humanity so that we become “aware of the need for a radical change in attitude.

So the question is:  Are humans fundamentally too flawed to be trusted with their own paradise?  Should we scrap Politics as we know it? Is it the politician’s very humanity that we distrust?

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Politicians aren’t popular in WORLD.Politics is rated as the least trustworthy profession and we all know Why.

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Politics in the Future: Will it be worse or better with the technologies of the Internet.

Let’s say you can no longer make it in society without using technology you don’t understand to buy things at a store, to talk to other people, to conduct business.

People are increasingly dependent, but they don’t have any idea how these things actually work.” In other words, people may fear technology, but does that fear even matter?

There’s no mass movement to completely scrap technological innovation.

But there is a movement operating at the other end of the spectrum composed of people who embrace even greater hybridity between humans and technology as something not just inevitable, but desirable.

They would love to see like Wall Street a truly altruistic entity running our governments.

Right now, all politicians, are motivated by self-interest. This is just how humans are.

So wouldn’t it be nice to have something like a super-intelligent AI running things and it be entirely after our best interest?”

Emerging Technologies, a human enhancement and techno progressive non-profit, the AI politician mostly hinges on the negative personality traits of “meat-bag” politicians, specifically: vanity, rage/revenge, and sex addiction.

Basically, the idea would be that an AI politician would have an ego (“if it has a drive for self-improvement … it will have an ego”), but would be programed to turn off negative impulses that would get in the way of implementing policy or following the law. It would be paideia in binary code.

The rule of reason over desires.

One can look to modern elected American officials—pick almost any name, Donald Trump —and lament their lack of self-knowledge, anemic rhetoric, paucity of wisdom, and wonder what they might have been had they been exposed to paideia.

So what would be wrong with a political system run by “altruistic” machine overlords.

Algorithms so completely permeate our day-to-day lives that it can be difficult for people to recognize when and how technology is helping them.

Consumer devices like phones and laptops are obvious, but there are less visible things like the network of satellites used for GPS, distribution software used by power companies, and high-end medical equipment.

On the other hand, abuses of cutting-edge technology have been prominent in the last decade: National Security Agency data collection, cyber warfare, hacks of financial information.

Christopher Bader, a co-author of the fear study and a professor in sociology at Chapman University, recently articulated our fear of technology: “People tend to express the highest level of fear for things they’re dependent on but that they don’t have any control over, and that’s almost a perfect definition of technology.”

But should we really outsource morality to machines?

Unfettered by personality, machines would be rulers without greed, fear, hate, or love, going about the drudgery of administering to human clients free of the disastrous trappings of the ego.(Image: Mopic/Shutterstock)

Back to Reality.

The Politics of the future will be connected to technological and data advances, campaigns will increasingly be personalized to the individual.

From the television to the smart phone to the doorstep, campaigns will target you.

Perhaps eventually as you walk through a store or through a subway station. Not you as a member of a voter cohort. But you, the individual.

Campaigns cannot have a million different messages, however; these personalized messages still must be connected to an overall message architecture.

The ability to deliver the right message to the right voter and measure its effectiveness will continue to take more of the guesswork out of politics.

We are entering the age of the billionaire political arms race. Like missiles soaring over the Earth in space, these big spenders will fire back and forth at one another, attempting to control more of our politics.

In some races, the candidates will be mere bystanders to the super PAC main event. But this inevitably will lead to positions being taken, votes being cast, and legislation being sponsored to please political benefactors—or to court them.

This super PAC era is in its infancy.

Strong candidates with a compelling message and the right timing will still matter more than anything else. But the campaigns around them will continue to change rapidly.

As we get deeper into the 21st century, new factors will impact, if not help shape, our politics, including: more concrete changes brought on by global warming, more sophisticated and frequent cyber warfare and cyber attacks, technology companies that claim to know more about you than you do (and the attendant privacy issues), baby boomers moving fully into retirement, increasing urbanization, and the rise and fall of competitor nations.

Data and its smart use will only improve campaigns’ understanding of the electorate.

Campaigns will increasingly be fought out on mobile devices as much as television and computers.

The there is the coming use of holograms. Politicians will use them  throughout the country to extend his or hers  reach. With advancements in artificial intelligence, you could soon have holograms of government candidates at your door, interacting with you and asking and answering questions.

Will it change anything? No other than “transhumans” will emerge from the ashes of mid-21st century planetary warfare is a bit hard to swallow.

Every time you press the like button you are voting.  So go on press the button as you have no opinion worth while expressing. What you vote for is not what you get.

If we want Politics to represent us all decisions that affect us must be vote on by the people for the people.  Lets have a Government Political Voting App. Then we will have true representation.

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