A recent Pew report found that a majority of Americans believe that most human jobs could be automated by 2065. It’s no wonder, then, that talk about technological unemployment is becoming increasingly popular, with many beginning to question whether or not they’ll still have jobs in the coming yea… [Read More]
Summary… * Machine-Made
A recent Pew report found that a majority of Americans believe that most human jobs could be automated by 2065.
Yet, why shouldn’t human beings shoot for a future where automated labor creates abundant resources and kills person-based labor as we know it?
Our economy is already having a hard time filling positions with meat-based bodies and income inequality has reached astonishing highs.
Once driverless technology is perfected, estimates show that between four and 10 million jobs will be destroyed.
If, on the other hand, all of the world’s jobs were destroyed and handed to decentralized, autonomous robots, the playing field would be level.
Opinion… * Man-Made