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Okay this is a more philosophical brainfart... this week I followed a presentation about artificial intelligence (AI) and one of the questions from the audience was: Should the government regulate artificial intelligence? During the following discussions I countered with the question: Shouldn't AI regulate governments? This would make for far more objective decisions! Or would it? That made me think about crypto regulation as well: On the internet (and with the help of VPN) the concept of countries/borders can become a bit of a grey area. That makes it difficult to regulate and with anonymous crypto's it's even more difficult/impossible to pinpoint the owner, which in turn makes difficult to determine under which country he/she should be taxed/regulated. Also the rules and regulations differ hugely from country to country. Could it be possible to create global regulations by using AI in combination with smart contracts? And do we want this? I'd like to hear your thoughts!