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Is a universal basic income the answer to automation?
There's really only one way to know for sure.
The idea is gaining traction across the globe.
The government would supply between $150 and $225 a year per person.
This is a beginning, a spark to help us see what a basic income could be and should be.
57% of the world’s jobs are at risk of being automated. Universal Basic Income may be our only way out. Here’s why.
Professor Pissarides, Nobel Laureate economist, argued for universal basic income at the WEF last month.
The Finnish Social Insurance Institution is preparing a proposal that would provide a tax free universal basic income of €800 per month to every Finnish citizen.
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