After all, imagine if the US had no privacy regulations. Google could freely test out their augmented reality glasses and use the data without restraint. What if we didn't have government regulations to oversee the safety of driverless cars? They could put that out sooner too since there won't be any regulations and bureaucrats to hamper their efforts. What if there were no laws requiring cars to be sold through dealerships? Now Tesla could sell their cars online.
Giving innovators room to develop creative solutions to modern problems isn't bad. But allowing unfettered freedom in conducting experiments could be troublesome in the future. What happens when genetic engineering becomes a reality, and we live in a libertarian America that refuses to regulate research? What happens when advanced AIs are put into use, or lifelike androids are created? The benefits of giving unlimited freedom to these tech-magnates are clear, but the consequences aren't.
All the women on The Apprentice flirted with me — consciously or unconsciously. That’s to be expected.
Heidi Klum. Sadly, she's no longer a 10.
-Donald J. Trump