In this episode of the Life in 2030 podcast, we explore how the automation revolution will make our current beliefs around employment obsolete and what life will be like when we no longer need to work to get by.
Scott Santens, Writer and Basic Income advocate. He is associated with the United States Basic Income Guarantee Network, Basic Income Action, and Moderator of the /r/BasicIncome community on Reddit.
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Andrew Stern, former president of the Service Employees International Union and currently a Fellow at Columbia Universit.
His new book — Raising the Floor: How a Universal Basic Income can renew our economy and rebuild the American dream — is out now and available for order here: http://raisingthefloorbook.com/#
What do you think? Will robots and AI really take all or most of our jobs? What types of work will people take on if they didn’t need to work at all? What kind of work would you take on?
Send us your thoughts at Feedback@Quantumrun.com. We’ll publish the most thoughtful feedback on our website, Quantumrun.com.
Or feel free to post a comment in one of our Future of Work articles, also published on Quantumrun.com. We go into way more detail about this topic there.
LEARN MORE ABOUT THIS TOPIC
This podcast was based off of this article in our Future of Work series: https://www.quantumrun.com/prediction/after-age-mass-unemployment-future-work-p7
We also discuss these topics in our Future of Work series here: https://www.quantumrun.com/series/future-work
Executive producer, writer and narrator: David Tal, President of Quantumrun. Reach him @DavidTalWrites across all social media.
Producer and podcast editor: Kaelah Shimonov
All music heard throughout this podcast was composed by Karl Gutowski.
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