Govornments are no longer needed anywhere as isolated computer systems can help societies organize their financial management, create monetary systems more effectively including sorting out most investments free of human intervention. AI replaces markets, banks, insurance companies, and government institutions and military and police activities. Presently we know all we need to to transfer these functions to low cost local and personal call them computers or complex thinking mechanical brains. To a limited
degree this is already proceeding.
learning to productively cooperate towards mutual beneficial activities does not mean every one has to think and do the same things. A end of scarcity universal living society can learn to be independently curious, creative and still cooperate when needed. Mediation is needed from fellow humans and administrative machine management. As scarcity is eliminated carrots becomes easy and not the evil conservative political villain but a good thing all good people engage in In polite society.
We are at the end of any future need for govornment or just on another round of leap froging dictatorships and oligarchies.
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A final standard will evolve or the human race will cease to progress along these lines and take the deteriorating human economy directions that we can all read about in libraries full of minute details.
Jim Burden 2019