Is the rise of AI the best argument for universal basic income?


“Most CEOs and managers aren’t preparing enough for that transition,” says Erik Brynjolfsson. “The next coming decade could be the best decade that we’ve seen on Earth. Or it could be one of the worst.”

If that happens, how will people make ends meet?

“We’re all the ones who trained AI. We all made it possible. We should receive our cut of all of this productivity growth,” says Scott Santens.

Today, On Point: Could the rise of AI be the best argument yet for universal basic income?

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