Human's purpose is to make decisions. For everything else there are machines. K.Oxovuieu
Technical progress changed every aspect of our civilization, except for the way people govern themselves. Egyptian pharaohs, caesars, and ancient Khans have long been history. The kings and queens are mostly gone. They have been replaced by presidents and prime ministers. The state structures the laws have evolved, but people are still looking for someone to govern them. We insist that it is not necessary.
Social contract and self-governance have always been a dream of humankind. And so far, we have failed to achieve this dream without using force and human rights infringement. However, the fact that we have not been able to do something for the past five thousand years does not mean that we will never be able to do it.
The technological revolution has dramatically improved the lives of people around the world. Advances in information technology have provided us with the tools we need to finally reach the ambitious goal of allowing people to govern themselves. We are confident we can program and optimize society in the same way we develop and debug complex computer systems.
The Internet and World-Wide-Web, along with an evergrowing number of mobile devices, have matured to a reliable Global Network. In the United States, virtually every citizen has access to these technologies. The advanced information security and public clouds provide us with a platform for enabling next-generation digital self-governance.
There is no voting. You are free to make decisions that are not imposed on others or degrade their freedom.