“At the end of the day we’re not serving robots,” Tai insists. “We’re serving people with complex histories, who have histories of distrust for the medical system.”
The linguistics of antitrust are vague, and the basis of our entire current model conforms to one interpretation made in 1970. Complications of real-life markets catch up and leave us with no answers for questions like the ones we face now for Big Tech companies.
It’s important to recognize the disparate impacts that the coronavirus has between differing populations—in the world, but even more so within one country. Rising nationalism naturally hurts international relations; paradoxically, however, it hurts Americans as well.