Only Darren
1 min readJun 8, 2024

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China has a single leader. The USA, Australia, the UK etcetera has elections.

But the elections tend to install people who get to that position because of the big money players behind them.

And big money players always have corporate interests at heart. They want to maintain the status quo.

So China transparently maintains the status quo and in the democratic countries we pretend that we have a say, but in reality rarely do.

So I ponder this moving into the future. With AI gaining in capability every day and with it thus gaining a foothold every day, how long will it be before the various Govs rely on the output of various models for what to do to the extent that governance is a product of the machines?

How long will it be before we humes are doing what the machines plan for us? Will we all end up in the same position as China in that we have a single long term government. The faces change, but the machines stay the same.

I do know that the dominant world player ten years from now won't be the USA (which will have fractured into little chunky bits of internal violence), it will be China.

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Only Darren

Life has so many questions. So many issues. So much potential. I occasionally have thoughts that might help you. I hope I can. Peace Out humans.