Branding to save jobs: Will 'Human-Hands' be the next 'Non-GMO'? #Dystopia #Technoskeptic #Bravenewworld #Bakersfield



“It is likely that automation is not the end for human jobs. The more jobs robots take on, the more likely it will be for an incident to occur that incites backlash to automation. This type of built-in market limit will eventually keep automation from taking jobs and the percentage of automation in the workforce at a stable percentage. Add in the fact that humans will be the sole consumer for products that the market produces, and thus, will support companies and policies that benefit them the most, and it is hard to see a world where automation has phased out the average human worker.”

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