The big debate about the future of work, explained technology debate topics

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क्यों अर्थशास्त्री और भविष्यवादी श्रम बाजार के भविष्य को लेकर असहमत हैं। हमारे चैनल को सब्सक्राइब करें! स्रोत: क्लिप्स: /// आर्टिफिशियल इंटेलिजेंस और रोबोटिक्स में हालिया प्रगति ने टिप्पणीकारों को मानव कार्यकर्ता के आने वाले अप्रचलन के बारे में चिंतित किया है। सिलिकॉन वैली में कुछ लोग सरकार द्वारा सभी के लिए प्रदान की जाने वाली बुनियादी न्यूनतम आय की मांग कर रहे हैं, इस धारणा के तहत कि काम दुर्लभ हो जाएगा। लेकिन कई अर्थशास्त्री इन दावों पर संदेह करते हैं, क्योंकि यह धारणा कि अर्थव्यवस्था एक निश्चित मात्रा में काम करती है, सदियों से बार-बार खारिज की गई है और वर्तमान आर्थिक आंकड़े उत्पादकता में उछाल के कोई संकेत नहीं दिखाते हैं। सौभाग्य से, हमें इसकी तैयारी के लिए श्रम बाजार के भविष्य के बारे में बताने की जरूरत नहीं है। /// Vox.com एक समाचार वेबसाइट है जो आपको शोर को कम करने और यह समझने में मदद करती है कि वास्तव में घटनाओं को सुर्खियों में क्या चला रहा है। कुर्दिस्तान से लेकर किम कार्दशियन ऐप तक हर चीज पर तेजी लाने के लिए चेक आउट करें। हमारा पूरा वीडियो कैटलॉग देखें: ट्विटर पर वोक्स को फॉलो करें: या फेसबुक पर:।

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31 comments

Gurkanwal Puri 28/11/2021 - 3:52 Chiều

For how long can we replace jobs with robots, there will be a time then we would only just sit at side and see robots doing everything, even inventing.

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Sam Chiu 28/11/2021 - 3:52 Chiều

If robots doing things for us is something bad, you have to think about how terrible society must be for that to be a reality.

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landoc05 28/11/2021 - 3:52 Chiều

The Club of Rome already tackled the issue back in 1972, in a document titled The Limits To Growth.

The maximum population viable in a fully automated world is 500 million. The rest will have to be eliminated –Mr. Kissinger called all those "useless eaters."

The optimal for the USA was 47 million people, by the way (9.4% of the world total).

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Red Baron 28/11/2021 - 3:52 Chiều

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Andrew Androsow 28/11/2021 - 3:52 Chiều

All these robots and low cost workers in China and India lead to totall unemployment in the world. Especially in software development and manufacturing.

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Abdullah Amir 28/11/2021 - 3:52 Chiều

But this time its different, machines are becoming capable of repairing and improving themselves without the need of a human

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Anddres Torres 28/11/2021 - 3:52 Chiều

My dad worked at a oil rig…. Was able to make enough money to buy a house,support a family, and fund his retirement, with benefits and a pension
Me age 28…. Same job same company, i make 22 dollars a hour , no benefits, no pension , retirement savings lol, i cant afford a house, rent is super expensive , i cant afford anything. I’m lucky to save 200 dollars a month, and my parents ask me, why i dont want kids.

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Oliver McLeod 28/11/2021 - 3:52 Chiều

Capitalism needs consumers at the end of the day.

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thefatbob37 28/11/2021 - 3:52 Chiều

Soon ai will want seats in the UN

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KA 28/11/2021 - 3:52 Chiều

Absolutely yes. Where in the f will 8 billion people get their jobs from is driving, manufacturing, construction, transportation, and restaurants ordering. That's at least a billion or more jobs gone.

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Computer Science 28/11/2021 - 3:52 Chiều

No worries …
They won't replace journalism.

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Tomas Vrabec 28/11/2021 - 3:52 Chiều

Automatisation is how we went from a day of working in 1800s to 8 hours in later 1900s to sometimes even less today (based on locations ext).

I mean.. Let's be honest. It is humanities dream to keep comfortable life, work about 4h a day unless you want to do more your self whilst not losing money (from less work).

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Dilshoda Tillaboyeva 28/11/2021 - 3:52 Chiều

Today for world, don't need physical power, need brain power

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Bari Hanthorne 28/11/2021 - 3:52 Chiều

If this is all true, why are there so many more homeless people now?

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Bho1 Freeman 28/11/2021 - 3:52 Chiều

Business people and arts and talents people will be last standing

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Sammy 2 Tires 28/11/2021 - 3:52 Chiều

"If we focus on the things we can't really control…" That's a telling last sentence. There are humans in control of everything – is she saying that AI will take over? Or is it psyops – trying to put in our minds that we are defenceless against the Fourth Industrial Revolution? Deary me, Klaus. You underestimate us!

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Dreckbob Bratpfanne 28/11/2021 - 3:52 Chiều

You made a mistake… never ask economists. They are wrong basically… all the time

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O G 28/11/2021 - 3:52 Chiều

Non stop acceleration sounds like cancer to me. Or a very funny ride 😀

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Aaron Johnson 28/11/2021 - 3:52 Chiều

Why don't they just look up The Venus Project

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J Abel 28/11/2021 - 3:52 Chiều

Robots taking on our jobs is freedom to follow higher goals than surviving

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Sam certified 28/11/2021 - 3:52 Chiều

laughs in technological singularity

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Omer Navaid 28/11/2021 - 3:52 Chiều

Nobody talking about how her Android phone has Siri, an iOS feature

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Cambridge Micrologic Limited, UK 28/11/2021 - 3:52 Chiều

AI is not about stealing jobs. It is a tool to do the tedious/dangerous jobs you don't want. Making what you do easier and more efficient.

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Alsafa Alizada 28/11/2021 - 3:52 Chiều

In max 40 years 85 percent of people will be unemployed in developed countires and east europe. They will leave with social benefit which will be a bit higher than minimum wage. Only the strogest brains and entrepreneurs will be in high income level.

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Chu Lik Wong 28/11/2021 - 3:52 Chiều

Working/employment is one of socioeconomic means we use today to distribute resources, services and goods according our contribution to productivity of our society. What if we manage to maintain our productivity or even having surplus with minimal requirement of human contributions?? Perhaps we just need a new socioeconomic tools for the distribution of resources, services and goods to members of society.

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Vasco Amaral Grilo 28/11/2021 - 3:52 Chiều

Thanks!

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Cheeto Puffs 28/11/2021 - 3:52 Chiều

Just to let you guys know there is now a new Car made totally by A.I from designing to production. And since smart phone have app there no need to buy it from a dealership. ALSO THIS NEW CAR ISN'T A NORMAL CAR ITS A HYPER CAR better then a Supercars

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Cheeto Puffs 28/11/2021 - 3:52 Chiều

Let's say there is jobs well guess what. You have to learn and keep learning to get a job for awhile. Every week new technology is made and better then ever

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Shaw Chris 28/11/2021 - 3:52 Chiều

Investing in Bitcoin and crypto currency is the investment anyone can do this season because it has made a lot of people billionaires today

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Irock Luculent 28/11/2021 - 3:52 Chiều

Anybody heard of a guy named Bernie Sanders? He campaigned on the fact that the top 1% have captured most of the new wealth created by increasing productivity and holding real wages for working-class people stagnant.

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