When machines do everything, lots of people wonder what will we do? What work will be left for people? How will we make a living when machines are cheaper, faster and smarter than we are – machines that don’t take breaks or vacations, don’t get sick and don’t care about chatting with their colleagues about last night’s game? For many people, the future of work looks like a bleak place, a ‘gig’ economy full of temporary jobs, minimum wage labour and a ruling technocracy safely hidden away in their gated communities and their circular living machines.
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