>>9858095>everyone is healthy forever, connects with computers
Sure>Enhance IQ to genius level
I'm guessing you mean you have access to all things on a computer storing all human knowledge. But so what? Having knowledge doesn't mean you know how to solve problems. A computer doesn't solve a problem; it's the person who thought about how to approach a problem, and utilized the computer as a tool.
Let's say you have all the knowledge of modern mathematics. You absolutely have an advantage over a mathematician who didn't on making new discoveries. But are you creative enough to make new ideas? We aren't just solving an equation, we're making the equations! Same with art; I could copy old art, and try to make my own, but make it a significant contribution to the area? Some people will be naturally more successful in one field than others. There will still be competition in the workplace (it's just humanity will be much more productive). >everything is easilly attained without 0 effort
Let's assume we can get robots to do all production, and in some miracle, the entire world releases their status and wealth and agrees everything is free; poverty is extinguished since you can get anything form the local robot. Now what? Well, like above, robots can't create something new. Therefore, everyone will be scientists/engineers, artists, or just party animals. The first will make new discoveries at an incredible rate, create new products because of their love of it, and maintain/update the robots if needed, all without fear of low funding. Artists will paint for their love of painting, instead of for money. They will write for their love of writing. Develop deep and creative shows or cartoons without fear of higher ups and their money problems.
Yes, there will be less incentive to innovate for a those who would rather just live lavishly and do nothing productive, there'd be so many out there who do for the sake of doing, and would love to create without restriction.