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Super Reality: Recipe for World Peace

First, I proposed Super Powers, a digital identity system that provides every American citizen with a personal AI assistant, granting them digital abilities to navigate modern life with ease while promoting inclusivity, equity, and data sovereignty. With Super Powers, we can create a brighter future for everyone by making technology a tool for empowerment and connection.

Next, I proposed Super America, a free nationwide AI public utility that can transform education, job opportunities, and society as a whole. With Super America, we can provide personalized and accessible training, create a public support network, and promote the growth of a micro-gig economy. This vision for a more connected and collaborative America is something I am deeply passionate about, and I believe it is achievable if we work together.

My final proposal goes beyond America. Super Reality is a plan to collaborate on AI and share data between countries to help people work together and understand each other better, ultimately creating a more peaceful world. The idea is to build Supers that focus on different parts of the human body, offering almost free healthcare to everyone on Earth. By promoting global cooperation and understanding through technology, we can all start to create data bridges everywhere. As a software developer and teacher, I know how to organize teams and students to work together. It's time to organize the world to start building together toward world peace. I propose each nation comes out of the shadows and starts building out in the open with America leading the way. I want world peace, and I want it now. Here's the recipe for how we do it.

At the heart of my vision for world peace is the idea that we must use the power of AI to build a better world for all people. Specifically, I believe that we need to get all nations collaborating on data and making AIs together for the benefit of their people. Where do we start? We are all human. No matter our country of origin, language, or ideology, we all have a human body. We all share the goal of having ourselves and our loved ones be healthy.

Let me walk you through the logic. First, we need all nations to agree to share data about the human body. This data would be used to build Supers that represent all parts of the body, from the brain to the heart to the lungs and beyond. These superintelligences would be designed to diagnose and treat a wide range of health problems, from common ailments to rare diseases that have eluded us for so long.

The logic behind a network like this calls for data sharing across borders. Let's use the human heart as an example. The perfect Super to start would be that of the human heart. This Super Intelligence would embody all data on the human heart. A super-intelligence like this would benefit humanity with the insights it discovers. It would represent the heartbeat of the world—the perfect meme.

We need all the data. Done wrong, the Super looks like this: a limited dataset from only a few select partner nations. This is not a Super Human Heart. This is not a super-intelligence. It is a duper intelligence.

Done right, it looks like this: every nation partnering to use the data of their nation's people to build these domain-bound Super Intelligences together. This super-intelligence of a human heart is beating with the pulse of the world's data.

But more than that, these superintelligences would be designed to be accessible to all people, regardless of their ability to pay. We would work with nations around the world to ensure that every citizen has access to this technology, free of charge. This would be a game-changer for the world's poor and vulnerable, who often lack access to even basic healthcare.

The benefits of this approach would be enormous. By promoting planetary cooperation and understanding, we would be building a world characterized by trust and mutual respect. By providing almost free healthcare to all citizens of the world, we would be promoting human flourishing and well-being. And by harnessing the power of AI to solve some of the world's most pressing health problems, we would be building a world characterized by innovation, progress, and hope.

Now, I know that this is not an easy task. It will require cooperation and collaboration among nations, as well as a deep commitment to the shared values that underpin our humanity. But I believe that it is absolutely necessary if we want to build a world characterized by peace, prosperity, and opportunity for all.

This is why I am running for president. To give Americans Super Powers, to create a Super America, and to inspire a Super Reality requires the voice of the president—a voice that carries enough power to get everyone to listen. We have been born in a very peculiar time in history. We have emerged at the dawn of the world having access to AI. I have a vision for how to land our plane safely, not just for Americans but for the entire world. An open reality where we are all creating for the benefit of all people. How do we become a planetary species? How do we unite all the tribes? I have a vision for how we get to Star Trek. This is not my vision alone. I have learned from many intelligent people and many smart AIs. It's time to build it. It's time to rock. It's time to make everything Super.


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