Useless and Unnecessary Activity Detection

Bureaucracy for fictional use or separating people should be impartially labeled and path to eliminate it has to be created. The same in the business environment: everything that is not useful for survival and development, that distracts from useful activities, has to be marked and everyone who has to do with or may be influenced has to be warned about.

To do this, it is worth creating commissions consisting of scientists, representatives of culture and society.

Every year we produce unnecessary almost 20 billion tons of beer, 6.5 million tons of tobacco, defense costs are $ 1.8 trillion, weapons are sold for $ 400 billion for export.

And $5.4 billion is spent for education and only 2% of GDP - $1.3 trillion is spent for science in the G20 countries all together: government, business, private and non-government organizations. The fact is that a significant part of the expenditure for science is for the defense industry.

Hence the conclusion - we are stuck with the mind in the Middle Ages. We do not want to survive. We want to drink, smoke and shoot each other. And no matter how that ends for all of us at the last end.

We need three simple laws, like the three laws of Isaac Asimov's robotics, which clearly will guide us for the benefit of humankind, and not against:

A robot may not injure a human being or, through inaction, allow a human being to come to harm.

A robot must obey the orders given it by human beings except where such orders would conflict with the First Law.

A robot must protect its own existence as long as such protection does not conflict with the First or Second Laws.

 

Let's try to rearrange them and adapt a little:

A human being may not injure another human being or, through inaction, allow another human being to come to harm.

A human being must protect its own existence and health as long as such protection does not conflict with the First Law.

A human being must constantly work for the benefit of humankind as long as such work does not conflict with the First or Second Laws.