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ਅਨੁਵਾਦ ਕਰਨ ਲਈ ਉੱਪਰਲੇ ਸੱਜੇ ਵਿਜੇਟ ਦੀ ਵਰਤੋਂ ਕਰੋ.
ترجمہ کرنے کے لئے اوپری دائیں ویجیٹ کا استعمال کریں۔
As much as I am concerned about Amazon’s ethical lapses (common to its predecessor rogue elephants), it does have enormous potential and ethics can be re-asserted — ethics is an operating system.
Here is what they are still missing:
01 Washington Post as an Open Source Intelligence unit implementing the Herring Triangle
02 All publications on Amazon indexed so as to offer accurate citations (quotes with full academic citation including page number and permanent link) for micro-cash.
03 Creating of global human expert councils leveraging top authors on each threat, each policy, each cost, each country, state/province, county/district. Identify the gaps and recruit/fund authors. Find better ways to weight truth. Create a globally distributed school of future-oriented hybrid governance.
04 Creating an online holistic analytic model supported by cross fertilized journals at two levels: peer reviewed and reader reviewed. Eliminate Thomson-Reuters and Elsevier, cut a deal with Sci-Hub in Russia.
05 Get serious about true cost economics.
06 Get serious about public education as a service including seven minute videos on everything, telling the truth, no propaganda, no lies. Fund Open Source Everything Engineering (OSEE) as a new marketplace for the five billion poor. Create a prosperous world at peace — capture four trillion annual income among the bottom five billion who need and can afford OSEE alternatives.
07 Get serious about 100% political mobilization and online polling linked to truthful information accessible by the minute or page.
Ethics, not money, is the final measure. Creating a prosperous world at peace is the ultimate hack. It can also be profitable while doing no harm.
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