It was none other than Leonardo da Vinci.
"Technology," he stated, "is indeed the means to this end. However, technology is a double-edged sword - it can be respected and it can be abused. Furthermore, the technology that will transform this world into utopia cannot be sourced by the government. We have waited centuries, even millenia, for public officials to successfully serve the people, and as we know, the history of humanity is stained with blood and tragedy. No, this technology must come from the people..."
"What technology?" asked Musk.
"The technology must make learning, serving, and healing as pleasurable as one can possibly imagine."
"What do you mean?"
"As we have discussed, education is central to this transformation. Modern schooling has failed miserably. All the information, all the knowledge, is now accessible by billions of people, and yet the educational content is not structured, nor is consuming it enjoyable. In the year 2021, billions of humans invest hours every day into consuming mindless and shallow internet content. Humans are addicted to social media. Yet discovery, learning, education, is or at least can be far more gratifying than meaningless photos and videos. There must be a global, online academy that is more enjoyable than the most enjoyed social media, which will in turn make it the most effective means of education. Learning alone is insufficient, though. Serving others - impactful, charitable, philanthropic activities - must be incentivized via technology. The technology will document, coordinate, and celebrate everyone's efforts to help other beings. Finally, technology must incentivize us to become healthy - mentally, physically, emotionally, spiritually - if we are to realize such a utopian dream. The same mechanics, the same psychology rendered digitally, which addicts billions of people to the shallow mindlessness of social media, must be applied to learning, serving, and healing."
"I don't believe that is possible," said Aristotle.
"Allow me to explain."