Wasnt logged in at first, mrfox and Mads Fuchs are both me, feel free to delete the second one.
Concerning the Sequences:
I believe the main thing they lack is structure. They address lots of topics from lots of angles and I don’t see the “map”, I often fail to see them in context. Introducing a tree structure would not only help to orient yourself while reading, but could also make maintaining easier. A (non restricting) progression system with prerequesits could also be implemented for better guidance. However, I am very aware of the time cost and very unsure of the efficiency.
eg. epistemic/operative could be the first layer categories.
Possibly because there is a harder limit on humans than on AI? Humans don’t replicate very well.
On a second thought, I don’t think comparative holds if demand is exhausted. Comparative Advantage(at least the Ricardo version i know of) only focuses on the maximum amount of goods, not if they’re actually needed. If there was more demand for paperclips/staples than there is Production by AI(s), Humans would focus on staples and AI (more) on paperclips.