â€Ž”Imagine being able to go to one website to see the best arguments for and against every issue, with links to support or refute every factual claim. And imagine that professional arbitrators would score each argument. A good judge can believe a defendant is guilty and still rule that the prosecutor didn’t make his case. Arguments can be graded for context, accuracy and logic. Citizens need that sort of help because we’re not good at sorting the good arguments from the bad.”
Interesting idea from Scott Adams in the Wall Street Journal. Might be a good project there.