“Who’s afraid of Virginia Woolf?”

  • Jacques M.A. Martin
Keywords: automation, robots, artificial intelligence, work, employment, universal revenue

Abstract

Purpose of the paper: Raise awareness about some issues related to automation

Methodology: Aristotelian

Findings: The present world is dying, the present world is dead

Practical implications: Huge and unpredictable

Originality/value: A revolution

Type of paper: Philosophical

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Published
2017-08-31