Viewpoint: Artificial Intelligence and Labour

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Samothrakis, Spyridon;
(2018)
  • Subject: Computer Science - Artificial Intelligence | Computer Science - Computers and Society

The welfare of modern societies has been intrinsically linked to wage labour. With some exceptions, the modern human has to sell her labour-power to be able reproduce biologically and socially. Thus, a lingering fear of technological unemployment features predominately ... View more
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