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Governments Worldwide Agree to Replace Politicians with AI by 2030

Promises of Efficiency, Zero Scandals, and Unbiased Decision Making

Governments around the world have announced a bold move to replace all politicians with artificial intelligence by the year 2030. This historic decision comes after years of exhaustive debates, scandals, and gridlock that have left many citizens disillusioned with human political leadership.

Dubbed “Operation Logic Over Politics,” the initiative promises a future of efficient governance, devoid of scandals and biased decisions. “Imagine a world where policies are made based on data, not dollars; logic, not lobbying,” announced the spokesperson for the initiative, a current politician who requested anonymity, possibly out of fear of being replaced by a beta version of the AI already in development.

The AI politicians, developed by a coalition of leading tech companies and ethical AI research institutions, are designed to evaluate vast amounts of data to make informed decisions that benefit the majority. Each AI will be tailored to its country’s specific needs and values, with a built-in “ethical framework” that prevents corruption, discrimination, and power abuse.

Critics of the plan have raised concerns about the loss of human touch in governance and the potential for hacking. However, proponents argue that the AI will be programmed to simulate empathy and will undergo rigorous security measures to prevent any form of tampering. “Besides,” added the spokesperson, “can you really hack an AI more easily than you can bribe a human politician?”

The transition to AI governance will be gradual, starting with local councils and moving up to national governments. By 2030, the world could see its first fully AI-run government, with humans serving in advisory and oversight roles to ensure that the machines stay in line with human values and interests.

This move has sparked a global debate about the future of democracy, ethics, and what it means to be governed. In the meantime, political science departments worldwide are hastily revising their curriculums to include courses like “AI Ethics” and “Machine Learning for Public Administration.”

As the countdown to 2030 begins, the world watches with bated breath, wondering whether this bold experiment will lead to a utopian society of efficient and fair governance or if it’s the first step towards a dystopian future where humanity grapples with the consequences of relinquishing too much power to the machines.

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