Technologies affects on the future of Policymaking.

How will the rise of autonomous vehicles, the accessibility of the online marketplace, and the ability to create value & money by younger audeinces affect policy making?

Lets start first by defining a few things.

Policy - A policy is a deliberate system of principles to guide decisions and achieve rational outcomes. (Wikipedia)

Rational - Rationality is the quality or state of being reasonable, based on facts or reason. (Wikipedia)

These definitions are tied to the process of creating systems. The rise of refined techologies and spaces we use such as the internet and autonomous vehicles have been heavily focused on system creation vs. object creation.

Autonomous Vehicles

My first question will ask in the search of data for the safety of not only autonomous vehiclces and their drivers but for those around them. Skilled people can do certain tasks extremely well. Leaders with skills can do certain tasks extremely well and train, craft, and teach others to their level.

When looking at data for the safety of autonomous vehicles I ask that we look at data of how safe drivers, pedestrians, and other drivers are around autonomous vehicles. If all of the stated are increasingly more safe should policy making allow younger ages to be qualified for driving. To expand at a younger age their possibility of greater outcome in life.

Teen Owned & Operated companies

Terms and conditions. This questions is a bit more simple. The age of 13 is where most children need to be in order to sign up for specific sites that require terms and conditions. Growing up as a kid I recieved a debit card only at the age of 17. Growing up I was never educated about the posibility of selling online at a young age until I was around 19. I see some evergrowing instances of children who surpass this by creating online stores and building value. How should we create policies to give younger audiences more and more imagination of possibilities?

Our policies must be compasses to lead the value we want to see in the ever changing non-linear future. Our modern policies act much more like heavy maps which show us what has been found and leading us onto a path known where we may not find desirable futures and opportunities.

How policies are created should take an approach that acknowledges the ambiguious future and naviagates with swiftness and resilience.