(Submitted By Mikky)
The broadness of technological occupation in our lives is so deep that the influence has changed the mass psychologies more in favour of individialism than collective governance. The lethargy and cynicism couples to create a laggard in progress. When we are gifted with the times that are so advanced than other times of history, its logical we use the transitions and evolution in regard of economic development. What we need to do is to make the taxes, budget designs, public distribution systems and subsidy evaluation all under the control of Artificial Intelligence.
That ideation above is also what is happening in some developing countries, particularly China. The Chinese have been using the supercomputers for evaluating their governance mechanism. Although the extent of usage around the world has largely been limited to scientific applications, applying the same TFLOP speeds to successively implement development packages or even to calculate the turns of economies, widely, can convert the haphazard turns into predictable turns. In many ways, under-utilization of technology is still making us follow medieval methods of policy making.
Supercomputing for economic progress: Just as the gramophone is knocked down by the tape recorder which was again beaten down by PC/mp3 Players, bad policy does seem like jargon to any young mind. Supercomputing can bring great changes in people’s lifestyles. The modern evolution of societies, in places where it seems like a distant dream can thoroughly be changed within the next few generations. E-Governance is more solidified and reaches the seeded fabrics that determine the base of the society, a child needn’t worry about his teacher’s absence. Under-staffing can be fairly dealt by introducing just a projector in the school with one operator when lessons are wired from the best of the institutions to the least advantaged.
TFLOP calculations can be used for regression models to determine any catastrophe, bound or beyond creating investor confidence. Managing economy as one unit, the extent of technical association with policy and administration is unfairly utilized Any policy maker knows that this is too idealistic because these machines cannot take into considerations the various sociological externalities that a human mind can well determine, but the Govt. does need primary data for its policies which a unitary information gatherer can do the best. In any way, the implementation of such forces would promulgate for better than worse.
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©The Idea Bucket, 2013. (Submitted by Mikky)