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  1. Humanity would solve all its problems of development and survival.

    New AI technologies allow us to process a huge number of inventions.

    Inventors must invent something that is relevant and officially in demand.

  2. What would happen if 2*2=38?

    Such a large number of inventions is simply impossible for society to “digest”. And what would the kitchen sages have invented?

  3. What would happen if…. Everything would be very simple and scary. Humanity would have repeated the fate of the dinosaurs. Because the first industry where new technologies are applied is war. And everything else, according to the residual principle.

  4. Nothing would have happened. I mean, everything would have stayed exactly as it is. Due to the fact that any invention is accepted by the rest of humanity only when it needs it. For example, 100 people would invent 100 different types of bicycle, and what? All the same, only the simplest in design, reliable in use and cheap in manufacture would take root. Well, and a dozen more for aesthetes, circus bears and narrow professional applications – in non-industrial volumes.

    Or a brilliant Neanderthal invented a TV circuit and painted it in ochre on the wall of a cave. The right invention for the development of mankind? Undoubtedly. But it was done long before it was needed.

    So no one needs these billions of inventions. The right ones will come by themselves when people mature up to them and create the necessary conditions.

  5. scientific and technological progress has a downside – there is no good without evil, so I think that, accordingly, evil and all sorts of problems would be great in the world.

  6. I recall Arkady Raikin, whose texts for reprises were written by Mikhail Zhvanetsky: What would happen if every ballerina was connected to a dynamo machine and, rotating in one place, she would give current to underdeveloped areas!

    No system can have 100% efficiency.�

    But, in fact, by raising the level of secondary and higher education, on the one hand, and creating free conditions for the realization of the individual, on the other, it is possible to achieve a significantly greater contribution of many people to science and culture, which, of course, will lead to the prosperity of this country and human civilization as a whole. It seems to me that the contribution of Russians can and should be significantly greater. It was larger, for example, in the second half of the XIX-beginning of the XX century.

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