For many years, technology has been doing away with jobs from leech collectors to elevator operators and milkmen to telephone operators.

Technology is now threatening jobs from bartenders to your friendly neighborhood postal worker to even your Uber driver. Only a few jobs may escape the coming age of smart automation.Under the assumption that AI, robots, and other automation poised to make most workers permanently unemployed, some politicians, economists, and techies have proposed that we accept a future with little to no work and provide everyone a regular payment, called universal basic income (UBI)—essentially, an income you’re guaranteed whether you have a job or not.
In May, for example, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg came out in favor of UBI.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here

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