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In The Age...

This is the Digital Lifestyle at its most extreme – literally any repetitive, rote task will be fulfilled by machines. It can be hard to imagine what life will be like when we do not need to put up with anything boring. What will work look like? It will be hard to imagine in the same way an 1800’s farmer would not be able to imagine the highest paying jobs of today involve staring at a small screen and pushing buttons.

“{ijseo_redirect id=362}, making it relatively easy for us to be fed, clothed, and sheltered, then we are free to ask, “What are humans for?” Industrialization did more than just extend the average human lifespan. It led a greater percentage of the population to decide that humans were meant to be ballerinas, full-time musicians, mathematicians, athletes, fashion designers, yoga masters, fan-fiction authors, and folks with one-of-a kind titles on their business cards. With the help of our machines, we could take up these roles; but of course, over time, the machines will do these as well. We’ll then be empowered to dream up yet more answers to the question “What should we do?” It will be many generations before a robot can answer that.”

 


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