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People want to work! (but less)

Governments will centrally plan the redistribution of work, directing everyone to work fewer hours whilst being provided a basic income to keep the economy functioning

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Centrally planned economics and a universal basic income will be able to cope with the major labour challenges presented by automation and AI. Universal basic income is the provision of at least a basic level of wealth to all citizens of a state regardless of their work status.

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This page was last edited on Wednesday, 6 Mar 2019 at 18:45 UTC