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Rights > Economic > Basic Income > Advisory Board > Contributors > Alexandre Maurer
Alexandre Maurer
Aujourd’hui tous travailleurs… demain tous créateurs? by Alexandre Maurer

Lors de la révolution industrielle, dans de nombreux métiers, nos bras ont été remplacés par des machines. Nous nous sommes donc tourné vers des métiers où nous utilisons notre cerveau.

Aujourd’hui, avec les progrès fulgurants de l’intelligence artificielle, c’est notre cerveau qui pourrait être, à son tour, remplacé. Des intelligences artificielles diagnostiquent déjà des cancers mieux que des cancérologues, remplacent des assureurs dans des compagnies d’assurance, conduisent des voitures de façon autonome…...

SciencePolicy > Safety and Efficacy > Rights > Economic > Basic Income > Contributors > Cyril Gazengel
Cyril Gazengel
La lente évaporation du travail by Cyril Gazengel

Entre fantasme et réalité

Depuis le début de l’ère industrielle, l’idée du remplacement de l’homme par la machine dans le milieu du travail a fait du chemin, au point de paraître crédible aujourd’hui. En effet, les percées en intelligence artificielle lèvent une inquiétude : et si l’humain devenait obsolète.

Technopolitics > Technoprogressivism > Rights > Economic > Technological Unemployment > Basic Income > Vision > Staff > J. Hughes
J. Hughes
Technoprogressivism Under Trump by J. Hughes

This is from an interview I gave yesterday to a French journalist. Thought you might be interested.

Rights > HealthLongevity > Economic > Basic Income > Vision > Contributors > Khannea Suntzu > Sociology > Philosophy > Futurism > Technoprogressivism > Innovation
Khannea Suntzu
Worst case scenario – 2035 and no basic income. by Khannea Suntzu

There is now an almost constant stream of articles saying what was politically incorrect to state out loud just 5-8 years ago – Technological Unemployment is certain, it is imminent and ‘something like a basic income’ will be necessary. I have said so much on this societal issue in the last ten years that it quite often feels like an obligatory rehash of the arguments in favor of a basic income. The best and most authoritative arguments are still being voiced by Martin Ford and I suggest everyone to check his level-headed and well rese...

Rights > HealthLongevity > Economic > Basic Income > Vision > Contributors > Jonathan Kolber > Enablement > Innovation
Jonathan Kolber
Guaranteed Mirage Income? by Jonathan Kolber

Abstract:

According to Oxford, B of A Merrill Lynch, and other researchers, technological job displacement will increase dramatically in the next decade. Awareness of the threat this poses to societal stability is rapidly rising. Along with this awareness, there is increased discussion of guaranteed income (in various flavors) as a solution. This article explores the myriad challenges associated with permanently implementing any such program on a national basis.

Rights > HealthLongevity > Economic > Basic Income > Vision > Directors > Mark Walker > Enablement > Sociology > Innovation
Mark Walker
Capitalism Mandates a Basic Income Guarantee by Mark Walker

A Basic Income Guarantee (BIG) is a monthly stipend sufficient to provide the necessities of life. While there is disagreement even amongst friends of BIG as to how much is sufficient, we will work with a figure of $833 a month, $10,000 a year. BIG has been in the news in the last few years with a Swiss referendum on the matter and a pilot program in the works for Finland. Arguments from the left for BIG tend to appeal to social justice considerations. One line suggests that in a wealthy country like the U.S., no one should go hungry or be h...

Rights > Economic > Technological Unemployment > Basic Income > Vision > Bioculture > Contributors > James Felton Keith > Technoprogressivism
James Felton Keith
Your Jobs vs Your Dignity by James Felton Keith

What we don’t know can hurt us. In the past year, it seems that 15 years of economic erosion has taken its toll on the wisdom of our 20th century experience. Nostalgic sentiments from an analogue age have seeped into the modern political discourse. Not because, they’ll work, but because people can understand them.

Rights > HealthLongevity > Economic > Basic Income > Vision > Contributors > Johan Nygren > Enablement > Sociology > Technoprogressivism > Innovation
Johan Nygren
Using P2P value maps and universal darwinism for a crypto basic income system by Johan Nygren

Back in the early 2000s, Ryan Fugger invented something that will come to change the future of economics. He invented Ripple, a P2P credit clearing system. Some argue that P2P credit is unstable and prone to inflation, and I second that, and I believe Ripple should be combined with some form of stable index. Perhaps something like solarcoin.org — what could be more stable than the energy of a photon?

Rights > Economic > Basic Income > Vision > Bioculture > Contributors > Scott Santens
Scott Santens
Youtube as Motivator - what people can do with their basic incomes by Scott Santens

As I’ve blogged about previously, being a cord cutter I watch YouTube instead of TV, and it’s because of this I think I don’t see people in the same way many do, where there’s a mistaken belief people do nothing unless paid to do something. To the contrary, it’s clear on YouTube that people love doing all kinds of things when they have the ability to do them. Therefore, YouTube to me is a window into a post-basic income world full of intrinsic motivation, where video after video is made for the love of making an...

Rights > Economic > Technological Unemployment > Basic Income > Staff > Hank Pellissier
Hank Pellissier
Basic Income Guarantee — my three hesitations by Hank Pellissier

I support the generous intention of Basic Income Guarantee: the notion of “sharing the wealth”, rescuing people from impoverishment, granting a cushion to help people pursue their dreams.

I am on board with all that but I have three hesitations. Quibbles that trouble me…