American citizens are burdened with $1.7T in student loan debt, only half of which is currently being repaid because of default, forbearance, or some other type of deferment[i]. Politicians are exploring ways in which this loan crisis can be addressed, including debt reduction or debt elimination. While the prospect of…


Over the past several years, many problems have started to bubble up at the federal level due to design flaws with our system of government. Some issues were on full display the last couple months, culminating in challenges within Congress, protests on the streets, and, ultimately, chaos and riots at…


A little over 20 years ago, companies started to move from on-premise software — where a company owned and managed all the infrastructure — to cloud-based Software as a Service (SaaS) — where a company subscribed to access different components of the technology infrastructure that were largely developed and managed…


by: Dan Genduso

It is becoming harder and harder to support political candidates who run for office promising band-aid solutions to issues that are so large they cannot be solved, while constantly neglecting the root problems that have led to this badly broken operating system. Candidates constantly focus our attention…


In 2030, we will be migrating towards an education ecosystem that delivers personalized learning — learning based on user preferences and needs — that is consumed in small chunks throughout a person’s lifetime, while being combined with task-based work to validate mastery.

Identity or Profile as a Service: People will…


“Give a man a fish, and you feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish, and you feed him for a lifetime.” Education is the catalyst for all change. However, before we can create a global education database that can be leveraged to initiate rapid and agile change…


As job automation continues to rise at exponential rates, we need to start thinking about the realities of what will happen when one-third of our existing workforce ends up on the outside looking in over the next decade. What will all of us do for employment? Will there be any…


When the United States adopted the motto “E Pluribus Unum,” meaning “out of many, one,” it was in reference to the joining together of 13 colonies to form a cohesive, single nation. Each single state is a collection of many cities, each city is a collection of many people, and…


We need to re-imagine the world that we live in and become more agile as a society. The current architecture of society served its purpose, but its purpose was in the past, and that purpose no longer meets the needs of people today. We are bound by societal restrictions that…


We are a continuation of our ancestors, shaped by the memories of our parents and those before them from things that we may never know…things that may not be relevant in our lifetime ahead…things that we may not want to pre-determine who we are as individuals…things we may prefer stay…

Dan Genduso

Shaping the future of communities and accelerating the technology transformation for democratic government www.dangenduso.com

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