Great article on a great subject!

Though I was waiting for you to talk about web3...

After all, as you said, micro-frontends work best when there's a predefined data-structure, event-structure, and communication protocols, and that's pretty much what smart contracts were made for.

The whole beauty of web3 is that we can create micro-frontends that fit whatever backend and pass them around like a one-size-fits-all.

In the future I think we'd see even more standardization of communication protocols, but that would happen on-chains, not clouds. After all, a chain is really just a standardized and open cloud.

At some point you'd start to see no-code platforms for creating micro-frontends, and then things will really blow up!

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Exactly! On one hand... On the other hand, since engineers aren't really the best people to create real (humane) intelligence, perhaps there's no need to throw anything away. (Not that a $B company could just throw its tech away)

intelligenceintelligenceHowever, since ML/DL are just hyper-complex statistical algorithms that don't really have anything to do with intelligence, what we really need is actually a whole different group of people to start a new thing that has little to do with the current binary paradigm and more to do with the deeper aspects of the mind. As well as the entire right hemisphere, which the common engineer usually does their best to avoid and workaround.

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