Hi Jarrod.
Matt McGuirl
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Thanks for sharing your thoughts, Matt!

You’re correct—at least for now. :P

Over the coming decades, increasingly advanced A.I. and tools will overcome a lot of what you mention. In other words, a lot (and eventually all) of the work required to produce, maintain, manage, and upgrade networks, servers, and so on, will be automated.

And then the technology that allows all of that to be automated will undergo the same trends explored in the article. I.e. everybody will be able to access the technologies (A.I., autonomous manufacturing technologies, etc.) necessary to produce and maintain such infrastructure.

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