A series of claims on the transformations that could arise from AI-driven enhancements in the efficency of knowledge operations
This article on the idea of a “preferendum,” a method allowing citizens to rate and rank policy ideas. A richer interface for public opinion?
An argument for experimenting with street-by-street zoning in “NIMBY-dysfunctional areas,” reasoning, as I understood it, that by reducing the scale of zoning decisions down to individual streets, communities might be more open to modest development projects.
A working paper delves into the governance models for Generative Foundation Models, highlighting the need for better data rights frameworks and proposing transparency measures and shared ownership structures.
This article explores the potential of prediction markets as a tool to expose and combat online misinformation.
This review of Henry George’s work, “Progress & Poverty,” exploring its critique of 19th-century economic paradigms and its relevance to modern-day issues like housing affordability and income inequality.
This article on the bureaucratic barriers hindering renewable energy projects.