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Will AI take our jobs? Show more Show less

Since the dawn of the information age, society has worried about artificial intelligence replacing human labour. We are now seeing rapid advances being made in this technology that makes the question of critical importance. What will the future of automation look like, and will AI take our jobs?

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Society will have to make crucial decisions about the nature of work
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People want to work! (but less)

Governments will centrally plan the redistribution of work, directing everyone to work fewer hours whilst being provided a basic income to keep the economy functioning
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Centrally planned economics and a universal basic income will be able to cope with the major labour challenges presented by automation and AI. Universal basic income is the provision of at least a basic level of wealth to all citizens of a state regardless of their work status.

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