A radical new idea could be the answer to automation.
A universal basic income may only be part of the solution to automation.
Participants will receive $500 monthly for three years, no strings attached.
Practical philosopher Andrew Taggart believes UBI is the ideological push we need to question why we're so obsessed with work.
Is "unconditional free money" the economic system of the future?
UBI wouldn’t just be good for individuals. It would be good for the nation.
Tech folks see UBI as a way to solve the growing problem of robot automation, which they themselves are helping to create.
UBI has some powerful people backing it.
In this age of technological revolution, how can we reorganize societies so that we can do the things that we want to do?
Shouldn't the space that belongs to us all benefit us all?
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