Why robots won’t end jobs and don’t justify universal basic income – Paul Kerin

In his article in yesterday’s Australian, “Busting the ‘End of Jobs’ Myth”, Paul Kerin explains why robots and other forms of automation won’t create mass involuntary unemployment and therefore why universal basic income would be an unnecessary and inefficient response. The full article is available here.

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