Something new this way cometh.
The First Industrial Revolution gave us the steam engine.
The Second Industrial Revolution gave us the telephone, light bulb, phonograph and the internal combustion engine.
The Third Industrial Revolution gave us the personal computer, the internet, online-shopping and selfies.
The Fourth Industrial Revolution gave us robotics, artificial intelligence, the Internet of Things and 3D printing.
The Fifth Industrial Revolution (TBA) gave us self-cleaning teeth, solar-driven pet-walkers, nuclear shampoo, and the Babel-fish.
Each revolution in some way lessened the amount of manual work required to produce ones' wants and needs.
Each revolution could have seen to it that Clause 543 was implemented, but chose not to.
What is Clause 543?