When #robots do all the work, how will people live? #jobs #digital #tech #internet

UPDATE 4/16/2016

this is a new post about technolog and jobs here is the old:

How Technology Is Destroying Jobs





Technology is bringing profound, unstoppable change to society. It is vital that government faces this – and comes up with a new industrial strategy



An Income for Basics

UPDATE 2/29/2016



We’d like to fund a study on basic income—i.e., giving people enough money to live on with no strings attached.  I’ve been intrigued by the idea for a while, and although there’s been a lot of discussion, there’s fairly little data about how it would work.




Maximum Wage Is technological progress dependent on extreme inequality?


The most common mistake people make about economic inequality is to treat it as a single phenomenon. The most naive version of which is the one based on the pie fallacy: that the rich get rich by taking money from the poor.


How Technology Is Destroying Jobs

UPDATE 12.03.2015

https://econfuture.wordpress.com/about/…………….lots of links about tech +jobs+robots










self – employed workers. Using data the U.S….. PDF


The New Unemployment from @jwmares

How Uber and its peers turned us into horrible bosses

View collection at Medium.com


Work in Transition MIT technologyreview by @nanettebyrnes

View story at Medium.com

by @timoreilly


Who Will Own the Robots?

We’re in the midst of a jobs crisis, and rapid advances in AI and other technologies may be one culprit. How can we get better at sharing the wealth that technology creates?

by @DavidRotman

Editor of MIT’s Technology Review

Part III (2015) Part II (2014) Part I (2013)


A World Without Work The Atlantic by @DKThomp

Automation Won’t Replace People as Your Competitive Advantage HBR

Do the Robot by @robhorning

The Growing Importance of Social Skills in the Labor Market PDF