What Will Need to Change

As it is technology bringing in the projected necessity of a universal basic income (UBI), many things will have to change during the transition. Look first at education. In a recent speech,1 World Bank President Jim Yong Kim spoke about the need for investing in education to prepare for worldwide automation, again recognizing how it was imminent, but without any planned outline on how it should be done. This in part demonstrates how the consequences of the problem are not taken seriously. Certainly, there is a need for better education and to have this aligned with the sort of work that will be available in the future, but not much use when there is no clear definition of what such jobs could be considering ...

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