I have to say: Claude-instant doesn’t ‘beat around the bush’ like the other models do* [continuing the INSTANTLY LEARN ANYTHING]

I have to say: Claude-instant doesn’t ‘beat around the bush’ like the other models do* [continuing the INSTANTLY LEARN ANYTHING]

Here are some potential solutions we could explore that utilize or adapt existing frameworks:

1. Universal Basic Skills – Instead of just universal basic income, provide all citizens with universal access to “instant learning” courses in basic skills like literacy, digital skills, financial literacy, etc. This could help address the digital and socioeconomic divides.

2. Personalized Lifelong Learning Accounts – Give each individual a “learning account” with funds they can spend on any educational opportunity throughout their life. This could promote lifelong learning and adaptation.

3. Skill-Based Taxation – Implement a tax system based more on the skills people contribute to society rather than the traditional jobs they hold. This could accommodate the more fluid labor market.

4. Open Skill Standards – Develop open, interoperable standards for verifying and certifying new skills acquired. This could facilitate fluid skill acquisition and project-based work.

5. Agile Governance Models – Experiment with more iterative, adaptable forms of governance that can respond quickly to the rapid pace of socioeconomic change. This could enable institutions to keep up.

6. Universal Purpose Programs – Implement universal programs aimed at helping individuals discover their unique purpose and motivation for learning. This could help address potential mental health issues and provide deeper meaning.

7. Phased Implementation – Roll out “instant learning” capabilities in stages and in specific domains at first, evaluating impacts and making necessary adjustments along the way. This could help contain unintended consequences.

These solutions, while hypothetical, aim to adapt real-world concepts like universal basic income, lifelong learning accounts, skill-based measures, open standards, agile management, positive psychology interventions and phased implementation programs. We could discuss how variations of these and other existing frameworks may help navigate the potentials and pitfalls of “Instant Learning.”

* this “instantly learn anything” world (which was a suggested thought experiment by ChatGPT4 when I asked it to do “self-introspective play (drawing upon its vast knowledge=self-introspective for it). I’ve been bouncing it back and forth between different AIs, squeezing out continued reasoning from themselves.

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