The technology and jobs debate raises complex questions
Doug Hill, James Bessen and Jim Stogdill continue discussing the impact of automation.
By +Jim Stogdill
"But there’s another more fundamental problem, and this is where we start talking past each other. The question as posed is based on an assumption of scarcity. But if you think in terms of growing and/or future abundance, the question becomes either less important or moot. This is how the nano-techy singularists see it. 'Lack of jobs aren’t the problem — figuring out what to do with your free time when everything is provided by your fabber is.'"http://radar.oreilly.com/2014/02/the-technology-and-jobs-debate-raises-complex-questions.html