Automation and Utopia by John Danaher
Automating technologies threaten to usher in a workless future. But this can be a good thing―if we play our cards right.Human obsolescence is imminent.
Automation and Utopia makes the case for a world in which, free from need or want, we can spend our time inventing and playing games and exploring virtual realities that are more deeply engaging and absorbing than any we have experienced before, allowing us to achieve idealized forms of human flourishing.
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