There's a pretty good chance that this will fail. Failure, in fact, is okay. It's a part of the learning process. If we fail, we have the opportunity to learn from what went wrong, then keep improving. To fear failure and in spite of that, to embrace its possibility and continue, is the only way to move forward. If success happens to be one of the possible outcomes, then go for it.
Sometimes, I'm not quite sure why I decided to start a business... all I knew is that my values about life, what was important to me, and where the future was headed came to a head. First of all, automation will take jobs (in fact, it already is), greatly reducing the need for human labor throughout wide swaths of the labor market. Whether I do anything or not, it is going to happen, and it is going to affect me. So I decided to be a part of it.
What I hope to begin outlining in this blog, is just what 'automation' means, in its very many forms and aspects. It's broad, cross-industry, and, with guidance, has the possible ability to free mankind from the forced toils of survival. In a future where humans are mostly unneeded for labor, we'll have to consider our definition of work. In the meantime, Maxya IT is here to help guide the direction of that automation, by providing guidance, planning and building projects for various clients in various fields, conducting AI research, and furthering the field in a manner that values the strengths of humankind.
We humans are able to be creative, bored, curious, and self-driven, leading to further innovation that continues to improve the lives of humans everywhere.