Nota bene: How Mark Zuckerberg should change the world, again

There is one thing Zuckerberg could do in particular: He could end all targeted advertising on Facebook (and Instagram, too).

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  1. Peter Varhol says:

    Curing all disease is impossible, and his wife, an MD, should know that. First, different diseases have different causes, which would necessitate hundreds of R&D projects without any sort of common ground. That will be complex, ungainly, and impossible to coordinate. Second, nature has a way of pushing back, as in the case of a growing number of antibiotic-resistant diseases. It would likely be the disease equivalent of whack-a-mole.

    This rather confirms my long-held hypothesis that Zuckerberg is a megalomaniac who believes that there is a purely engineering solution to every problem. He certainly lives that role daily at Facebook.

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