There’s a real lack of solutions to preventing the seismic shift robots will have on the economy. We examine two potential options: Universal Basic Income and a tax on robots.
Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates say robots should pay taxes if they take jobs from humans. Do you agree?
The future of automation in the U.S. depends on entrepreneurship, government leadership from the new administration, and attention to skills shortages, writes A3 President Jeff Burnstein.
Rodney Brooks said “we’re undervaluing workers when we say that robots are replacing them. We’re undervaluing an ordinary person’s intelligence.”
The Center for Manufacturing Excellence at Lansing Community College plans to serve the need for mechatronics operators.
Robot bashing The World Economic Forum (WEF) is at its annual mountain retreat in Davos, Switzerland, once again. An idyllic Swiss mountain village -with snipers seemingly on every roof top-replete with obligatory snowy scenery and lofty peaks in the distance, with an equally lofty, overarching conference theme: The Fourth Industrial Revolution. It’s a theme that…