Well although I'm not a huge Church goer myself, I think demonizing the Church is a step in the wrong direction, we could start by simply not doing that. But the biggest thing we all can do is stop doing it ourselves and sorta let that sink in, spread around some.So, we must convince people to be good to each other and that'll start the change. How would you propose to effect such change? Feel-good vibes sent out into the universe?
Would this not be the digital equivalent of a beat cop observing shady or potentially dangerous behavior in the neighborhood and taking a pro-active approach?
I am as guilty as the next guy. But yes, you start in your own back yard and fix yourself first, then you can be a good example instead.
Again, I'm going to pick on you, your a handy target. Your first thought is that you have to find some way to enforce it, and since you can't find a way to enforce it that's legal or acceptable on your part, it can't be done.
I fix myself, you fix yourself. We start being better to each other and things begin to change.
And no, mining big data and reporting all behaviors so that AIs can look for potential problems is not the digital equivalent of a cop spotting behavior and actions indicative of a criminal preparing to commit a crime.