posted on Apr, 24 2014 @ 04:58 PM
Using the information that is already on government databases it is possuble to remove some decisions making from out currupt politicians. It is
possible to rate all the disadvantagous charectericistics of every indivbidual and the type: then utilising a weighting for the dsiadvantages for
everyperson it would be posssible not just to make sure anyone that needs help would get it, but that they got the correct type. But more that people
could be helped in the correct order. As things are now most of the time any time the government tries to help a group of people, they end up further
disadvantaging many people of a more disadvantaged group. But with software to rate people we could remove this. The reason this does not occur is
because then politicians would not be able to help certain groups simply to get elected: but would instead be helping people fairly.
The same approach could also be utilised for allocation of funds or benefits to individuals. In the same way education could be fine tuned to
individuals, but seeing with their results etc where they need to know more, and also to help them advance where they require harder work: this would
be done by utilising computers to learn people to a much greater extent.
Also decisions about use of energy could be allocated by where the much energy would be needed and not by who can offord it. Effectively we could and
should automate out as much decisions from politicians as we can. Politicians are a dishonest, group that favour social classes above others,
frequently rely upon donations from interested parties..... Why not automate them out of the chain, and instead rely on accountability for the
software and paremeters: after all computers are utilised for many thinga automatically anyway, so why not use them more fully.