I couldn't help but notice that we don't have a way of self-organizing with one another at the global level?
I'm looking at all the skilled people participating with think thanks at the local level, but isn't that the problem right there? If we are already in the room together (i.e. on the internet), then don't we just need better tools that expresses that fact and that enables us to serve one another at the global level instead?
Wouldn't it be far easier to build a system that presumes a services culture from the beginning, and that allows every person, business or service on the internet to join and participate as part of a global cooperative forum or part of a family?
For example, if a child in Africa was in a chat forum and learning to read, a phonics teacher 'service' could be requested as part of the forum to teach the child different reading styles. The phonics teacher is a real person living somewhere in the world. If later on the phonics teacher decides that the child should start learning spelling or some other discipline then all they have to do is create a new request (sub-request) as part of the original request. Now all 3 services, the phonics teacher, spelling teacher and child are all in the same forum together, all in the same request or service, all serving 'reading'. And like in the real world services can be requested and come and go as they please.
Now we have a system that is much more natural and much more organic. Now we have a system that is aligned with zero-point reality itself and that can scale both horizontally (all requests) and vertically (all services). Now people, men, women and child can presume relationship with one another and 'get on' with the job of serving one another.