This is an approximate transcript (with the wind blowing, the sound is bad and it's heard to hear what Peter is saying). I thought of doing this months ago, but here it is now. Words I'm unsure of are (in parentheses).
"... at Moffett Field and spent the last couple of days at Singularity University talking about the impact of technology on the future of jobs - this concept of technological unemployment. (What with) AI and robotics and 3d printing and virtual worlds coming - the question is are we going to start losing our jobs? Of course we are, right? The (Mark) school of business at Oxford said that some 48 percent of our jobs will be lost to AI and robotics over the next fifteen, twenty years, so what's society going to do about that? We need to start talking about that right now.
"You know I do believe we're heading towards a world of abundance, but it's going to be a turbulent road on the way there, and people getting upset, revolting, complaining, you know, doing random acts of violence because they've lost their job to robots, it's going to be real. So, we need to start thinking about that, and I would love your thoughts. Could you comment below and tell me what are the ideas? Do we need a guaranteed income that allows them to live their lives? We're creating virtual worlds where they're exploring and (picking things apart). I'd love to hear your ideas. Comment below, let me hear your thoughts, because we need to talk about this today. It's the future of the human race. It's on the road to abundance, we've got to deal with the issue right now.
"Thank you so much."