We draw a municipal building, which, when clicked, shows an e-government server.
Gradually, the trajectory of the global political and economic system is changing: from concerns over the shortage of global resources to the imminent threat of environmental catastrophe and its consequences. People come to an understanding that humanity is on the verge of a tremendous crisis. Technological and ecological changes take place so quickly that politics and economics just don’t manage to keep pace with it. It is possible to survive in these conditions though, but only if you have restructured yourself in a dramatic way. This also applies to business corporations and governments.
The development of artificial intelligence and robotics gives some hope to make this crisis more controllable. Human-like AI was previously used in government for the purposes of strategic planning. Now it is faced with the task of helping govern countries. These unique artificial beings have proven to be an integral part of the new world. They are devoid of selfishness, emotions and prejudices, free from the influence of lobbyists, but possess incomparably greater insights and foresights than an ordinary person. So why not let AI control states if it is smarter than any of the presidential candidates? In that case, humanity should ensure that the AI president won’t become an obedient puppet in the hands of unscrupulous politicians who use it as a cyber weapon.