April 05, 2017      

The idea of a universal basic income is growing in popularity worldwide, from Canada and Finland to India and beyond. Why? Like proposed taxes on automation, it's one reaction to the predictions that millions of people will lose their jobs to robots.

In my previous article, we looked at how different countries are looking to offset displacements from robotics and artificial intelligence. Now, let's consider the pitfalls of and challenges to a universal basic income (UBI) and what it means for r...

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