We have to reject the wishful thinking that the driverless future is a generation away for our industry, our jobs, us. This is happening now, one occupation, one job, one person at a time.
Yuval Noah Harari on the Driverless Future
Stowe Boyd

Perhaps the answer for human’s value lies in what it has always been and that is to keep learning, practice skill sets and capabilities that provide that value and repeat. There are still plenty of interactions that require a human touch and perhaps a question is whether human’s have what it takes to ensure that that human touch represents the best of what humans have to offer as related to attitude, intentions, care and respect. If these start to degrade, we are effectively handing the keys over to automation, AI and its relatives.

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