페이지 정보작성자 악동팀 작성일20-06-08 08:28 조회8회 댓글0건
ind new employment.Some dismiss the robot tax as just another instance of the Luddite 롤듀오 Fallacy, the supposedly false notion that massive technological shifts lead to net job loss. They point to past industrial revolutions -- the latest of which also involved robots -- as evidence that economies can compensate for automated jobs with new ones. But according to robotics writer Martin Ford, things may be different this time. As the New York Times paraphrases him, ?쏮achine learning??-- or, machines??ability to pick up new skills on their own -- ?쐂oes not just give us new machines to replace old machines ??Rather, it gives us new machines to replace us, machines that can follow us to virtually any new industry we flee to.??It may be too early to declare all human labor obsolete, but it certainly isn?셳 to foresee a significant wave of job loss on the horizon. Some AI experts, like Kai-Fu Lee, predict that 40% to 50% of jobs will disappear at the hands of automation in the next fifteen years. Even if new sectors do eventually spring up in their place, a period of transition will be inevitable for a vast portion of the workforce. As elected representatives of the people, governments should take the onus of retraining those out of a job, and buying time for those in endangered jobs. The robot tax would accomplish both, but more importantly, it would serve as a symbol of human society?셲 capacity to tame even the most 롤듀오 ?쐂isruptive??technologies to serve its needs.One of the direst of those needs -- in the US and other developed nations-- 롤듀오 is to recover some semblance of economic equality. According to CNBC, the widening of the wealth gap between the super-rich and the rest in America has been accelerating since the Great Recession in 2008. Untaxed robots would greatly exacerbate this concentration by rewarding the select few with the capital to invest in automated labor, at the expense of the m
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