Nu știm dacă mai e mult până departe și dacă acolo sau atunci, roboții vor conduce lumea corect sau despotic, dar momentan încep să își facă apariția la locurile noastre de muncă.
Cum vor transforma ei lumea în care trăim, ne vor sărăci cu totul sau ne vor îmbogăți cu timp?
Ne vor fura joburile, vor distruge democrația sau își vor împlini menirea cu care au fost creați, aceea de a ne ajuta?
Sunt întrebări la care oamenii de știință, filosofii și inventatorii încep să se gândească și să caute răspunsuri.
Video-urile din lista noastră de weekend ne oferă un prim mic ghid pentru viitor.
Un antrenament pentru o piață a muncii automatizată, în care va trebui să ne găsim locul.
Robots And AI: The Future Is Automated And Every Job Is At Risk [Automation, Pt. 1] | AJ+ Docs
Robots are already changing jobs as an endless array of robots enter our everyday lives. From trucking to service work to high-end jobs like doctors and lawyers, this documentary explores how robotics and artificial intelligence are changing the workplace.
A Tale Of Two Cities: How Smart Robots And AI Will Transform America [Automation, Pt. 2] | AJ+ Docs
Automation is already reshaping cities, just as the manufacturing collapse hollowed out America's heartland.
This is a tale of two cities, comparing the Rust Belt to Las Vegas, the city that is expected to be hit the hardest by job displacement due to robotics, artificial intelligence, 3D printing and other technologies in this fourth industrial revolution.
Will Robots Make Us Poor? Universal Basic Income And The Robot Tax [Automation, Pt. 3] | AJ+ Docs
Rapid development of self-driving vehicles, artificial intelligence and robotics are expected to aggravate inequality, as wealth goes to those who own the robots. Technologists and politicians are proposing solutions like universal basic income and job retraining to keep job displacement from leading to poverty and homelessness. While many see the coming problems, there is little agreement on how to fund them, and few doubt the degree of expected change.
Will robots steal our jobs? - The future of work (1/2) | DW Documentary
Robots and machines could soon replace humans in the workplace as artificial intelligence improves. Imagine having colleagues controlled by computers.
Will robots steal our jobs? - The future of work (2/2) | DW Documentary
As artificial intelligence improves, machines could soon replace us in the workplace. Are robots set to take over? Part 1:
Debate IQ2 |The Universal Basic Income Is The Safety Net Of The Future
Universal basic income isn't just an idea anymore: it's a reality. For a number of countries including Finland, Italy, Uganda, Kenya, and soon Canada, some form of UBI, where citizens receive an unconditional monthly income, is being tested.
Debate IQ2 | Automation Will Crash Democracy
Around the world, technology is disrupting the workforce, with automation poised to displace humans in the fields of medicine, agriculture, and beyond. Will the rise of robots fuel a new wave of “us versus them” populism capable of undermining democracy?
AI & The Future of Work | Volker Hirsch | TEDxManchester
The robots are coming. We (as in the people who attend TED talks and things) tend to think we will probably be fine. You know, knowledge folks and all. We might not be. What will be our coping mechanisms? What can we do to be OK?
Preparing for a future with Artificial Intelligence | Robin Winsor | TEDxYYC
It’s often said that history repeats itself. Many times in the course of our history, new technologies have wiped out entire workforces. For upcoming generations, the rise of artificial intelligence represents the next great solution and the next great hurdle. Robin believes how we respond to this challenge, could be our defining moment as a species.
The Real Reason to be Afraid of Artificial Intelligence | Peter Haas | TEDxDirigo
A robotics researcher afraid of robots, Peter Haas, invites us into his world of understand where the threats of robots and artificial intelligence lie. Before we get to Sci-Fi robot death machines, there's something right in front of us we need to confront - ourselves. Peter is the Associate Director of the Brown University Humanity Centered Robotics Initiative. He was the Co-Founder and COO of XactSense, a UAV manufacturer working on LIDAR mapping and autonomous navigation. Prior to XactSense, Peter founded AIDG – a small hardware enterprise accelerator in emerging markets. Peter received both TED and Echoing Green fellowships. He has been a speaker at TED Global, The World Bank, Harvard University and other venues. He holds a Philosophy B.A. from Yale.
The big debate about the future of work, explained
Why economists and futurists disagree about the future of the labor market.
How we'll earn money in a future without jobs | Martin Ford
Machines that can think, learn and adapt are coming -- and that could mean that we humans will end up with significant unemployment. What should we do about it? In a straightforward talk about a controversial idea, futurist Martin Ford makes the case for separating income from traditional work and instituting a universal basic income.
How the future of work is not “Jobs” | Rudy Karsan | TEDxCalgary
What do you get when you ask the founder of one of the world's most significant HR Firms about the future of work? A completely unintuitive answer that speaks to the revolution in the world of work and a passionate case for an idea whose time has come.
Universal Basic Income Explained
Basic Income: The Free Money Experiments | Moving Upstream
Mark Zuckerberg, Elon Musk, Richard Branson and other tech titans are promoting the idea of universal basic income, as a way to help citizens weather job disruptions caused by emerging technologies. Canada is giving it a try, with a pilot program that gives participants up to $17,000 annually for three years — no strings attached. WSJ’s Jason Bellini checks in on this free money experiment. Image: Ryno Eksteen and Adele Morgan
Why you are wrong about Universal Basic Income | The power of AI within the hands of the few
Too many people seem to unite behind the idea of universal basic income with the assumption of greater freedom and more spare time. But they don't realize they are completely wrong about universal basic income.
The colossal problem with universal basic income | Douglas Rushkoff
Douglas Rushkoff is the host of the Team Human podcast and a professor of digital economics at CUNY/Queens.
He is also the author of a dozen bestselling books on media, technology, and culture, including, Present Shock, Program or Be Programmed, Media Virus, and Team Human, the last of which is his latest work.
• Universal basic income is a band-aid solution that will not solve wealth inequality, says Douglas Rushkoff.
• Funneling money to the 99% perpetuates their roles as consumers, pumping money straight back up to the 1% at the top of the pyramid.
• Rushkoff suggests universal basic assets instead, so that the people at the bottom of the pyramid can own some means of production and participate in the profits of mega-rich companies.