The automation anxiety that comes from the growing impact machines and AI have on the job market has become a very interesting topic of discussion. The tremendous advances in technology, robotics, and AI, increase the justified fear that many people will lose their jobs to machines.
It is inevitable – significant changes will emerge in the job market. The future of jobs is automation, and this might not be that bad. Accepting its inevitability leads to the rise of many other questions, the answers of which may not be that troubling.
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During his TEDx Talk Daniel Susskind debunks three myths of the future of work – The Terminator Myth, The Intelligence Myth, and The Superiority Myth, – and focuses on answering one very important question – How will we distribute wealth in a world when there will be less – or even no – work?