Andrew Yang, The Paul Revere of A.I. v.2.0, Automation/Robotics
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I was quite surprised to see so many Democratic presidential candidates not abiding by the rules of the debate, once they realized that the moderator did not fully moderate the course of the debate. Here are my suggestions to maintain order for the next debate while making things more interesting:
- Have a referee (dressed in referee uniform) calling out if any one extended beyond his/her allotted time limit (e.g. “Kirsten Gillibrand 10 seconds off of the final summary speech”)
- Have a light bar indicating how much time each candidate has remaining. When the time is up, turn off the microphone for that candidate.
- If interjections are allowed, then all candidates’ mic should be on throughout the debate (apparently some of the candidates’ mic were cut off while others’ were on, therefore presenting a very imbalanced outcome), but if interjections are not allowed, then only the designated speaker should have his/her mic on during the allotted time.
- Each candidate should get the same number of questions and allotted time to speak. This debate certainly did not do that. Furthermore, there is leaning toward the all-ready well known candidates/incumbents and rewards for rude behavior.
After all, it is the Democrats who are calling President Trump lawless. We certainly would not want to vote for another POTUS that has no respect for rules.
After all, we Americans will be facing millions of unemployed people in decades to come, as a result of automation and robotics. The sooner we get some one in the White House who actually have solutions to issues concerning automation/robotics, climate change, health care, asteroid detection, etc., the better off we will all be. Time to stop all the political stunts and face the music of the future!
One Democratic presidential candidate respected the rule of the debate throughout the debate and therefore did not receive as much air time, Andrew Yang, deserves our full attention. Andrew Yang is not interested in attacking any other candidate. He is focused on solutions. Therefore, Windermere Sun is providing this post to help provide some sense of balance.
Of all of the presidential candidates for 2020, Democrats or Republicans, one stood out calling to American public’s attentions toward automation and robotics, or artificial intelligence v.2.0, while proposing the desperately needed solution for the transition period toward our future in A.I.2.0. His name is Andrew Yang, a J.D., entrepreneur, and Paul Revere of our future with Artificial Intelligence v.2.0. Andrew Yang has a platform of solutions, with more good ideas than all other Democratic presidential candidates combined. His three main focuses are: Freedom Dividend (aka. Universal Basic Income, giving each and every American age 18+ $1000 per month), Medicare For All, Human-Centered Capitalism. Yang has been receiving supports from young and old, Democrats, Republicans, Libertarians, and Independents. He is some one who we all need to pay attention to, for he is the one who is truly addressing issues of our present and future, with careful calculations and consideration for our human kind.
“Mr. Yang has the most detailed and comprehensive set of policy proposals we have ever seen at this stage in the campaign.”Democratic Party Leadership in Iowa”
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