Many of us might have envisioned projects like this, since WWW 2.0 appeared.
Technology had such an impact in every aspect of our lives, that it’s almost impossible not to get lost even in the concepts of a possible strategy, for there are so many layers and levels of complexity that, this time it’s true the expression “Sky is the limit”.
However, although this might be the first time I see a project like this take shape, it still has it’s roots in keeping the same structure of Democracy, as it has ever been: Local, State and Federal Government.
My belief is that this same structure is what needs to be turned upside down. Otherwise, we will only be making more “digital” the current human and physical processes.
It’s going to be 3 years soon, since the post was issued.
How far will we be able to take this vision?
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