金融智囊團("Fintank")

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Public self-explanatory, inter-lingual, financial, programmable, hierarchical think-tank

YAML 想法

Create Financial Think-Tank, and Free People To Do What They Love

It is said that people don't need a boss, people just need an understandable structure on how things get done. So, by living I noticed a pattern that people use a very simple algorithm to solve all problems:

  1. Conceptualize what they want.
  2. Think of ideas how to get it.
  3. Instantiate them as projects.
  4. Breaking them down to stages.
  5. Working on tasks within them.

Look at the world, - everything that was ever made went through this scheme. The process, which is repeated in countless companies and individuals is automatically creating the very useful procedural knowledge, it instantiates so-called "Work Breakdown Structures" or "Hierarchical Task Networks," which are the graphs which can be used to learn to replicate the success stories of others.

Financial think-tank would be a system that allows people to work in public, directly, without intermediaries like corporations, deciding together, and directly sharing the capital and cash flows via the comment system that supports transfers of resources. Moreover, it would include the structure, which allows to understand how every product was made.

We can do so, because everything that was ever made by people was driven by people’s work to satisfy their needs, and everything that was ever constructed could be broken down to the following decomposition:

Need

    Goal

        Idea

            Plan

                Step

                    Task

                        Work

Here:

  1. Whenever someone wants something, they conceptualize it in terms of some concept, which refers to some asset y. Whenever someone needs assets, they specify conditions for the asset referred to by concept, e.g. Need: 0 < y < 2. Need here represents such a condition.
  2. Whenever someone wants sets of conditions to be satisfied, they specify a set of Needs, they refer to, in a vectorized form e.g., G: vector1 < Y < vector2. Goal here represents such conditions.
  3. Whenever someone comes up with an idea to get what they want, they effectively had come up with some principle to influence the world F by some hypothetical actions X, to satisfy the goal’s inequalities by equality F(X)=Y (implying F(X) ∈ G). Idea here represents such a solution.
  4. Whenever someone comes up with a plan, what they did, is they came up with a concrete set of actions using some technology to realize the hypothetical actions X as ordered set (x1, x2,..., xN). Plan here represents such a decomposition.
  5. Whenever someone comes up with a milestone xM, what they did, is they had just set out to take some amount of resources and convert into some highly likely corresponding deliverable yM. Step here represents such an assumption.
  6. Whenever someone comes up with a task in a milestone, what they just did, is set out to do some concrete action Z to approach yM. Task here represents such a prototype of action.
  7. Whenever someone actually tries to do some work to get a task done, what they just did, is produced an attempt z’ for the task. Work here represents such a task attempt.

So, if we simply have content types for each of these categories, and concepts (Types, and Instances) to refer to anything that people may want, and link them up, people can publicly see the decompositions explaining how making of anything was a piece of math to solve F(X)=Y, and most people can understand how most of the things are/were made.




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就點而言-只要具有知識產權隱藏政策的公司向人們付款,人們就無法公開分享他們的專有技術。

金融智囊團的想法包括基本原理,即如果我們使人們能夠直接在社會中獲得報酬,而無需像公司這樣的中介機構,那麼社會將獲得專有技術!

On point -- people will not be able to share their know-how openly as long as they are paid by companies with intellectual property hiding policies.

The idea of financial think-tank includes the rationale, that if we enable people to directly get paid in society, without intermediaries like companies, -- the society gets the know-how!


我將這個想法擴展到一個新概念:“貢獻主義”-一種基於實現人類目標而不是實現增長目標和“賺錢”的經濟。

人們將可以訪問需求和需求的全球經濟儀表板。然後,他們可以選擇承擔哪一項。

即使出現了自動化,仍然會有隻有人類才能執行的一系列任務,例如照顧別人的動物,兒童等。而且,人類需要告訴機器人應該做什麼以避免由於完美的算法和自動化而產生的偏差。如果機器人會爲人類服務,那麼人類將需要告訴他們他們想要什麼。

因此,儀表板可以包含一個人想要的一組東西,以及爲了獲得它們而需要執行的一組任務。假設有一個目標或需求在許多人中沒有得到充分滿足,那麼應該在儀表板上得到警告。然後,如果他們具備必要的技能,將被鼓勵爲之做出貢獻。

I would extend this idea to a new concept : "contributionalism" - an economy based on meeting human goals rather than meeting growth targets and "making money".

People would have an access to a global economic dashboard of wants and needs. Then, they can choose which one they could take on.

Even if there is an advent of automation, there will still be a set of tasks that only humans can carry out, such as minding other peoples' animals, children, etc. And also, a human needs to tell robots what to do in order to avoid some bias that come out of perfect algorithmization and automation. If robots will serve humans, then humans will need to tell them what they want.

So a dashboard could contain a set of things that a person wants, and a set of tasks that one needs to do in order to get them. Suppose there is a goal or need that is not sufficiently met among a large number of people, then one should get a warning in the dashboard. Then, one will be encouraged to contribute to it if they have the necessary skills for it.


{1.5}小時。預計要花費{?2.5}

Some kind of work result here... {1.5} h. Expect to spend {?2.5}


[Mindey @ FE706DAF],看起來不錯。 {0.5}

[Mindey@FE706DAF], That looks good. {0.5}


確實,我們現在想要在[infinity.family](https://infinity.family)上實現的目標

Exactly, what we're trying to achieve here now, at infinity.family


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