How have global poverty and inequality been affected due to rapid change in technology in the world of work?
Volvo reckons that while fully-automated cars may be plausible by the next decade, flying cars are but fiction.
Technology may be the reason for erosion of job opportunities due to automation coming into existence, but it is also creating newer opportunities on its way.
Automated delivery vehicles are all set to change the environment and employment structure of cities.
Most economists agree that unemployment and income inequality are not going to be solved by preventing globalisation.
Bill Gates proposes a ‘Robot tax’ to fund alternate jobs and discourage automation. Is this a feasible idea?
The automation trend has created concern that middle-skill jobs will be eroded. In this age of decreasing need for human labour, how will the millennials find jobs?
In the dystopian age of autonomy, the Universal Basic Share – an improvement upon Universal Basic Income – holds much promise for an egalitarian society.