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"Humanity Link" Webpage / Personal & Public for every person on Earth.

Here is the idea. A each person on Earth would have a safe webpage where in they would have all their information. Everything, right down to their DNA. Then they would have a public section, where in they could use it like FACEBOOK. But also, in that they would have what I call agents. Agency are gobots that will serves as intelligence agents. They would search out, sift through, and distill information the most relevant informations for their client . They would brief and interact with their clint much like a Prudent of a country... In addition to all I've said, It could serve as a persons individualized classroom. That could operate in private and can also mutate a grow per the clients interest. In would know the clients learning style, what they already know, every thing possible to help the Clint succeed and grow.

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    Feb 18 2011: Hmmm... I like your idea. I'm not quite sure how possible or effective would be at this point in technology the concept of "gobots", particularly because of the network resources that five hundred million gobots would consume. In any case, it's an idea that probably just facebook or Google could produce effectively. And I don't even want to start on the safety issues. But again, it's a very good idea. Actually, I'm sure something at least very similar or better WILL exist in some near future.
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      Feb 18 2011: Franz,

      Safety , is quite the issue. If people don't feel safe, how does that affect human interface with technology? Computers our a mirror of what we give them and if we are giving a distorted or inaccurate portal of ourselves, that is what they model.

      It is also like a neighborhood. If we don't feel safe and thus are constricted, we are not happy using the technology.

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