The Bill Gates “Robot Tax” is as quaint as it is wrong
Kevin Zimmerman

This author goes off the rails in the second-to-last paragraph. He says robots don’t take away jobs, they merely shift them to new sectors. Both true and pertinent. They he goes on to say that the top 1% should be taxed to provide basic services (healthcare and the like). In what universe does that have to do with a robot tax? I guess he’s deflecting…?

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