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      As computers get more creative and AI begins to create better AI......
      Once it becomes cheaper to use robotics than human labor.....
      What will people do?
      I remember making a post called Humans Need Not Apply that compared us to horses 120 years ago. 
       
      Maybe, in an attempt to be optimistic, governments will tax automation and provide a universal basic income for everyone? Then we will all spend our time learning piano or art in liberal arts degree universities with recorded lectures over YouTube.
       
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      This video made me reassess the robotic future we are creating. It also makes me want to invest in Amazon now. LOL.
      I can see where governments will need to start taxing corporations and get rid of the income tax in favor of an "electric tax"..... or something equivalent. A sort of consumption tax.
      Thank you Mandy for telling me about this video.

      In the future will we all live in the United States of Amazon?
      buy stock in Amazon if you want to own the government of the future. ;-)
      Or will Amazon create the next greatest social media by buying Twitter and calling it Amasocial? (name is now copyrighted Amazon)
       
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