All Knowledge, All Languages, global creativity without homogenization

Smart Biology @SmartBiology3D  In most biology classrooms each student can have their own interpretation for how things work especially with systems and processes. Our animated lessons bring those to life exactly the way they happen so everyone is on the same page with understanding.

So when you make mistakes, and give inefficient approaches to millions, they spread misinformation and inefficiency widely and with almost no way to find and reverse it. The momentary choices and feelings of one person choosing how to visualize a process, can be seen and spread to billions? How do you keep it fair and effective — especially when the ones who are taught that way begin to meet the inconsistencies emerging from the initial gut feeling. The visualization designer sees whole societies crippled, because they introduced errors.

 Human evolution is seldom fair. Accelerating parts of it introduces potential gradients (accelerations, forces) in society that will need still larger and more powerful tools to correct things your first cut method introduced in the first place. Nice way to have a life long job. Yes, it seems everyone ought to be on the same page, but that probably does not mean everyone should be exactly alike.
You should be working with me every day, on all global issues, all domain specific languages, all human languages, all professions. When you change the visualizations, it can change the whole future of the human and AI species. Almost never for the best, seldom even good, and often just stirring things for more comparisons more often, to almost no effect. On the Internet, bad things marketed and promoted often grow and spread more than good things and good ideas that are more valuable. Just because something can be marketed and sold to millions does not mean it is good for billions.
California Students Working Together Regardless of School and Class and Age and Gender and Ethnicity

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 Richard Collins, The Internet Foundation
Richard K Collins

About: Richard K Collins

Director, The Internet Foundation Studying formation and optimized collaboration of global communities. Applying the Internet to solve global problems and build sustainable communities. Internet policies, standards and best practices.

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