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Published on Oct 19, 2015
This talk was given at the first World Summit on Technological Unemployment in New York City on September 29th, 2015 and was organized by the World Technology Network (WTN).
In this talk, writer and basic income advocate Scott Santens makes the case that technology's negative effects on the labor market are not just around the corner but have been happening for decades, that it's due to the core problem of loss of bargaining power, and that this problem can be best addressed with a universal basic income which would introduce individual bargaining power through the ability to say no to employers.