Even if we had an abundance of resources and human capital to write code we run into many organizational problems. How do we coordinate such a large group of engineers? How do we disenfranchise their heavily influenced cultural styles and methods to a more uniformed and seamless way of building code for the future?
Fear for the unknown is imminent. Today we have optimization with uncertainty. Our mathematical concepts and methodologies have not changed in 40 years. The only measurable shift is in our ability to compute faster when we incorporate larges numbers of CPU to solver a problem. But where is the insight? Have we expanded our intellectual wealth. Do we have more knowledge today?
Why limit our potential to just the sky? Why not another galaxy? As our global population grows exponentially the supply chain relationship has become disproportional to demand. The need to incorporate an artificial hypothalamus goes beyond fulfilling demand, our survival and sustainability depends on it.
What we think influences what we believe and thus how we see and experience the world. Reality is a boundless horizon where perception converges with our emotional and psychological contextual frameworks. This union bonds and defines our ethos, behavior and sense of self via symbolism established through language and articulation.