All you have to do is develop post singularity AI. Then get the government agency called FDA to rubber stamp artificial intelligence taking over those voices in your head.Eliminate the entirety of human nature as it exists today, top to bottom. All culture. Every social construct and societal structure.Profit!Utopianism has a very long track record of consistent failure. What you are talking about — thought monitoring and mind control — has been a wet dream of every despot, totalitarian regime, and religious nutjob.The idea, aside from having no basis in any technological development, is wildly optimistic and completely in denial about every facet of humanity.You so belong here. It’s like a business plan written whilst on ‘shrooms, in crayon. The quintessence of the wantrepreneurial ambition exceeding anyone on the planet’s grasp.Used to be these manic spitballs were more popular, ran on what I’ll call the Start Trek economy, and were usually married to universal basic income schemes. Amounting to pretty close to how we put cash onto pallets and airdropped them on Iraq.And while we’re talking Trek, what you mention is practically the Borg collective.Let’s take a look how that works out.By the end of 2014, America will have been charged about $400 billion by the local phone incumbents, Verizon, AT&T and CenturyLink, for a fiber optic future that never showed up. And though it varies by state, counting the taxes, fees and surcharges that you have paid every month (many of these fees are actually revenues to the company or taxes on the company that you paid), it comes to about $4000-$5000.00 per household from 1992-2014, and that’s the low number.You were also charged about nine times to wire the schools and libraries via state and federal plans designed to help the phone and cable companies.And if that doesn’t bother you, by year-end of 2010, and based on the commitments made by the phone companies in their press statements, filings on the state and federal level, and the state-based ‘alternative regulation’ plans that were put in place to charge you for broadband upgrades of the telephone company wire in your home, business, as well as the schools and libraries — America, should have been the world’s first fully fibered, leading edge broadband nation.The Book Of Broken Promises: $400 Billion Broadband Scandal And Free The NetI’d call this a side gig next to what you and Elon propose. Let’s hope the results are better.Why not write a little note to Elon that all you want for Christmas is a post humanity utopian paradise. The exile of humans being the real dilithium crystal making this scheme workable. Just like every other business venture ever thought up by ‘the idea guy.’It would be incredibly hard to argue your post does not belong here and has no basis for existence in either business, technology, or society given a majority of posts by others. It shouldn’t be.