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Interesting vision of the future of work


Interesting vision of the future of work; not very convincing based on its view of the speed of transformation.  He really thinks that in a matter of 15 years that the 7B people in the world are going to be driven by robot cars?

His imagination fails when it comes to implementation

  1. Francisco Salgado Cerredelo
    August 10, 2014 at 5:18 pm

    Ken,

    Thank you for this link.

    If this becomes true we¹ll face the problem of 5+ billion people with a plenty of unused or spare time, that, if not creatively filled ,it could be the begining of mountains of problems. If this future is feasible, we should begin to adapt our education toward other goals than producing workers and start educating toward other goals. Teaching thoguth proceses, creative thinking, arts, etc. I cannot see this future as positive within this 15 year span.

    I cannot see that we can switch easily from a workforce society to one with 90% free time without compromising the social coherence and peace.

    Regards

    Fran

    De: kansas reflections Responder a: kansas reflections Fecha: domingo, 10 de agosto de 2014 18:46 Para: Francisco Salgado Cerredelo Asunto: [New post] Interesting vision of the future of work

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