Premise When the machines come for our jobs, who will own the machines? It is said that Artificial Intelligence (AI) will be mankind’s final invention. The speed and sophistication of automated systems, and their ability to replace human jobs, is accelerating. We are witnessing disruption across the board, from self-checkouts in grocery stores1 and self-driving semi-trucks2 , all the way to high-profile professions such as doctors3 and lawyers4 . Given enough time and technological advancements, no human job is immune to the effects of automation5 . So the question is: When the machines come for our jobs, who will own the machines? Corporations Many technology companies are going all-in on deep learning, with hopes of reaping huge long-term profits. For instance, Microsoft has assigned more than 8,000 employees to this goal6 . Governments While it is possible that governments may choose to invest in automation technology7 , and distribute the gains of that production back into its population in the form of a Universal Basic Income (UBI)8 , there will be a need for aggressive public policies in order to combat labor disruption9 . The People NodeChain.ai aims to decentralize the ownership and control over economically disruptive automation technology, and to place the power and financial rewards of Artificial Intelligence into the hands of the people.
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