COMPONENTS OF THE CHIPFigure 1

The CHIP:

CHIP stands for Collective Human Intelligence Platform. The platform is considered humanity’s because it’s made as a place where humanity is able to meet and make decisions based on logic and wisdom instead of decisions influenced by irrelevant sources. To maintain lack of influence no advertising nor affiliations with any religion, government, for-profit corporation, institution or other are allowed. The CHIP is equipped with technologies that help the CHI fulfill its mission.

The CHI:

CHI stands for Collective Human Intelligence. The CHI is made from anyone in humanity who wants to become a member of the CHI. The CHI works on the CHIP, via the internet and uses the technologies provided on the CHIP (the platform). Each CHI member is equal on the CHIP, each having one vote and equal access to all materials on the CHIP.

Mission of the CHI:

The mission of the CHI is to provide a sustainable future for the children of the world. Their future includes everyone but specifically ensures that the children’s lives are sustainable.

The Goal:

The goal of the CHI is to have the plan set complete enough to show before the collapse of civilization comes.

The Hope:

The hope of the CHI is that instead of the collapse of civilization humanity can have a time of transition into the new sustainable world while backup systems remain in place.

Membership to the CHI:

Membership is predicated on two conditions. The first condition is to agree that the mission of the CHI is to provide a sustainable future for the children of the world. The second condition is to answer a questionnaire that may take several hours to complete.

The Vision:

The Vision is the image the public has of the overall approved designs that are placed into the plan set. As the plan set nears completion the public will learn that there is a design being made that would prevent them from falling into the collapse abyss. The design on the plan set would replace their old vision of fear for the future with the new vision of a sustainable future.

The Design:

The CHI is designing a sustainable future. When their designs are complete, they go into the plan set. The plan set make up the design. A sustainable future for the children of the world cannot be designed if it is not the design of AWWM for the following three reasons

Plan Set:

The Plan Set is where all the completed designs are placed. The plan set would be the only part of the platform that the public could view. The Plan Set would be organized, and details would be made standard as much as possible. Then the standard details can be selected and augmented to meet their own community needs. Additionally, none of the information on the CHIP, except what’s shown on the plan set, would be given in any way whatsoever to anyone or any entity outside of the CHI.

Contingency Plans:

Contingency plans are a special section of the Plan Set. The CHI designs the contingency plans first because they will be reviewed several times by the localities they are designed for. They’re designed to let people know what to do, how to organize, get food, water, housing, medical, etc. and everything they need for when the collapse of civilization comes. CHI members living in those locations would take their contingency plans to public works types of people so that they can have the necessary information for who to contact, how to turn on a little electricity and things like that. They would also be used to help people obtain items they will need for growing food and such. When they are routed for review they will increase knowledge of the CHI’s existence to the public and thereby acquire more members.

Technologies on the CHIP:

Technologies include normal computer processes with modeling, simulation and search capabilities and the potential use of artificial intelligence (all as stated below) but technologies that enable CHI members to meet face to face and have conversations without language barriers through the use of instantaneous voice translation software.

Topic Teams:

Members of the CHI are formed into Topic Teams. Topic Teams work like think tanks and use the technologies on the platform to analyze whatever topic their team is on. When a topic team has completed its analysis and agreement has been reached then the detail (topic) is placed into the plan set.

List of potential topics

1. How to turn enough power on for the CHIP to work for humanity to be coordinated.

2. Get our needs and wants.

3. Know where to live

4. Where and how to get medical

5. How to determine and schedule work

6. How transportation will work

7. Recreations people can do

8. How people can restore the Earth

9. How to develop contingency plans

10. How to live with a low carbon footprint

11. How to refreeze the arctic

12. How to counteract global dimming

13. Develop an endless source of free and clean energy for all

14. How to remove carbon from the air

15. How to remove carbon from the ocean

16. How to shut down and decommission all nuclear power plants and dispose of the waste

17. How to decommission our nuclear arsenals

18. How to restore dried out lands

19. How to grow food

20. How to develop a government

21. How to educate people

Normal Computer Processes (NCP):

The CHIP is equipped with hi-speed computer processor and software technologies. NCP means that they are not equipped with software that enables Artificial Intelligence (AI).

Artificial Intelligence (AI):

The use of AI will be determined by the CHI. This design considers AI to be extremely dangerous and must be handled as such. If the AI is used it would probably be used to model the world’s ecosystems to determine the best methods of restoration. AI might also be used to determine answers to Unsolvable Issues (questions we don’t have answers to); such as how to stop, reverse, control, or mitigate feedback loops.

Modeling and Simulation:

The modeling and simulation capabilities of the technology should be the best humanity has as well. It would normally need to be easily used, requiring little help. There would be some modeling that would need to be handled more by experts in that area, such as with geoengineering. But topic teams should be made from people of all locations and there should always be a mix. Additionally, people in third-world countries often share one smartphone between a whole family. These people can be of tremendous help and need to be a part even if they can’t afford to pay a monthly fee. They are the people who typically live much closer to nature than people in developed countries. They can tell us much that we don’t know. Many standard details could be greatly enhanced by their knowledge.

Models can:

1. Provide options for Topic Teams to select from for solutions.

2. Provide solutions to problems we’ve not been able to solve before.

3. Give Topic Teams the ability to run simulations of their detail.

4. Tell Topic Teams if their design meets the mission.

5. Simulate geoengineering.

6. Provide unbiased mediation that distills argument.

Data Transfer:

To maintain safety this design assumes that the AI will have no contact to the internet. To ensure no contact the AI is limited to information provided in the CHIP’s database and some kind of safe data transfer would occur to fill the database. Having its own database would allow the CHIP to run while disconnected from the internet. CHIP Database:

Internet:

CHI members access the CHIP through the internet on their own time and from their own location.

Questionnaires:

Questionnaires are used to determine profiles. Entry questionnaires establish a member’s unique profile. Not everything can be voted on. The questionnaires let the modeling programs know what people want and need so that the modeling can more accurately portray them. Everything is approved before placement into the plan set and examination is allowed by all CHI members.

Profiles:

Profiles are made for each person in the world. Those who are not members of the CHI have blank named profiles that are filled in by extrapolation of existing CHI members questionnaires. This allows the models to have profiles for individuals, communities, continents, the world, or any combination thereof.

Hired staff

Not shown on this graphic are hired staff. It would be necessary to have some full-time staff. This expense would calculate into the membership fees as well as other miscellaneous expenses.

CHI Membership fees:

Membership fees should be on a suggested scale according to a person’s monthly income. Not paying or being able to pay, however, should not prevent anyone from joining and participating. The fees should cover 100 percent of the CHIP.

Students:

Students watch over the entire operation to ensure integrity. The idea is that it’s their future that’s being designed; which would make them the most concerned for the system’s integrity.

Young people today are technologically savvier than most adults. Even elementary grade school kids are now learning how to write apps for their cell phones.

If the youth of today appear apathetic and without hope, it’s because opportunities for a successful life in today’s world have diminished too much. They don’t have any hope, especially while we maintain our status and tell them they have to fit into it. If there was plenty of opportunity and hope for their future they would act completely different. The future we offer them is nothing compared to the future that was offered to us. They know that if they are going to survive they will have to adapt, and they are willing to adapt, but we keep insisting on our ways of life that have destroyed life. Our ways have been wrong, and that’s the simple truth of it.