AI and Our Kids: Raising Centaurs
Rowan Trollope

A “radically different world” from the one I grew up in would be one in which I don’t [b]need[/b] to work because we’ve taken the productive capacity that’s already capable of satisfying material needs and decoupled the availability of its products from tokens of prior labor rendered.
Team work and creativity would still be extremely useful skills to have but housing, utilities, food, health care etc. wouldn’t depend on them or on any other skills one might have.

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