Hi @aschrijver, I’ve read the vision scope and I am wondering if I am either missing something or perhaps the pyramid is, perhaps you can advise. Most of what I read I am in natural harmony with, however, unless I misread it or misunderstood, shouldn’t one of the core elements of humane tech be creating value and wealth for internet users? Take for example sharing economies, which in principle are awesome in many ways (like Lyft or AirBnb).
Sharing economy models are amazing, and in some ways, they embody the true economic meaning of “socialism” in the sense that the workers literally are the managers or owners of the means of production - yet this model is in conflict with the wall street model (lower the cost of supply while hiking the price of the demand). So we see Uber drivers unable to make a living wage.
Unless I missed it (which is entirely possible), do you think we should add some sort of feature that where there is an exchange of revenue, technology should seek to increase the personal wealth, not just health, of its users?