After we make peace with robots doing all the work, will our lives have meaning?
March 29, 2016 - Uncategorized
Philosopher John Danaher’s new paper “Will life be worth living in a world without work?
Technological Unemployment and the Meaning of Life” assumes that after the robots take all our jobs, and after the economic justice of figuring out how to share the productivity games can be equitably shared among the robot-owning investor class and the robot-displaced 99%, there will still be a burning question: what will give our life meaning?
Source: Boing Boing