Technology and Innovation should be used to enhance our lives, not make us fear the future.
Will automation take all jobs?
Will technology improve our quality of life?
We don't have a crystal ball, but you can use the arrows or swipe through the slides to explore the possibilities.
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New innovations could be used in other industries
Training for jobs that support new technologies
Redefining what work means
Federal funding for community-based work
Robots can handle dangerous jobs so humans don't have to put themselves at risk
New technology can be used to create solutions to old problems
Balancing the privacy of the individual against transparency in all public, governmental operations is crucial. There is a fine line defining where one begins and the other ends, but as the tech evolves, we must be vigilant in protecting our rights and security. Technological advancements can provide great benefits to society but also can produce new challenges. MMT shows us that the price tag of investing in new technology and innovation is not one of those challenges. It will allow us to address the real issues, like balancing public transparency and personal privacy rights.
WE are the public purpose to which the arbitrarily created legal entities owe their existence, meaning, the main function of the government is to serve its people, to use the power of our public purse on bettering society, allocating resources on a larger scale than we could individually, and enhancing the general welfare of the citizenry through new technology. Modern Monetary Theory’s framework logically explains how the public can receive what it needs and how the public purpose can be paid for, without dividing us into haves and have nots. It is an investment by all for the betterment of all.
In the age of information and new technology, many jobs can now be handled by machines. Should this be a threat to human workers or an opportunity for us to redefine what work is? It's important to look at how we can best use new technology to make our lives easier, more productive and better for the planet.
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