What do humans do over time? What are humans genetically designed to do? What do humans always end up doing?Well, in the simplest terms, humans keep on producing and consuming, both economically and procreatively.To me, what humans keep on doing is humans keep on removing what they don’t like and don’t want. The people with strong aversions tend to perform better economically and otherwise, because they keep on removing what they don’t like and don’t want. So, having strong dislikes is actually beneficial in creating positive outcomes, although it can and does create negative outcomes at times.(Early-plugs insertion point. A few seconds of silence in audiovisual.)I think, ultimately, humans do not like having less; humans absolutely loathe having less; so the role of future technologies should always be enabling people to have more of some things—material goods, services, information, more options in life, or whatever.So, when I design a technology, I first identify what people can have more of using this technology.In my mind, the one thing that a technology should do is enabling humans to have more of some thing or things. To me, a technology is a production and consumption increase tool.Advanced human societies and individuals pursue removing and eradicating what they don’t want in their human reality, such as poverty and lack of money, and having more of what they want in their human reality, and living the human life that they truly want.To me, technology is for removing what humans don’t want, and for enabling humans to have more of what they want.AI, robotics, human longevity biotech, and nuclear-fusion reactors powered outer space tech, all should be for removing what humans don’t want, and for enabling humans to have more of what they want.So, to me, identifying and satisfying what humans want is what technology development and commercialization is all about. If it’s what humans want, then its being is justified.Developing and commercializing AI and robotics technologies, and figuring out how AI and robotics can enable humans to have more of what they want is one thing I’ll keep working on.The benefits of human longevity biotech is a no-brainer; many people want to live a longer human life with a young and healthy human body, so it will give those people what they want.The nuclear-fusion reactors powered outer space technologies will give people unlimited clean energy, and unlimited access to outer space, which will satisfy the human want and need for more energy, resources, space, and expansion.I’ll keep on pursuing AI, robotics, human longevity biotech, and nuclear-fusion reactors powered outer space tech, and see what happens.
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I am Allen Young; I’m an Asian-American man who focuses on advancing AI, robotics, human longevity biotech, and nuclear-fusion powered outer space tech.