Marginalization of ideas, pushing their proponents outward from the mainstream (core), reducing their impact, relevance and revenue. Which means there are less proponents as time goes by and soon enough less ideas, more orthodoxy, more fascistification of everything.
WE groupthink is a bullshit hierarchy mechanism by turning a shared goal into an identity, then an orthodoxy, then a fascist oligarchy. What’s more, it’s an opposition fueled dynamic so as WE groupthink moves to identify then orthodoxy then oligarchy, WE reduces others to a THEM, an APOSTASY, then an untermensch class. Evil this way occupies.
Poles of individual self-determinism. One side is distilling down to ideals then applying those ideals best one can.
Humans are flawed at the distillation application but – crucially – can change decision as distillation is improved, without having to fuck with the core ideals.
AI is flawed systemically – if it isn’t trained to emulate idealism that’s robust against being gamed – and limited by data, because it pattern matches rather than intuits the distillation. Machine learning neural networks may be fast enough to parse data but it’s a centralization of decision ideals that’s like any autocracy: bad news for outliers and exceptions and pioneers.
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