In that case, the smart approach would be to cast an extremely large net of social investment, in full recognition that even at such great cost, the ROI from the innovation of the Black Swans would far surpass the cost.
Universal Basic Income will Accelerate Innovation by Reducing Our Fear of Failure
Scott Santens

I think this is called public education. It’s also one of the most risk-averse environments in governmental agencies. Fixed or shrinking budgets, inadequate from the start for real innovation, have frozen this resource, forcing a reduced competitive market and costing every participant in the process.

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