In this episode, Cem and Wayne interview John Danaher an Academic with interests in the philosophy of technology and it’s implications on the future of work, money, morality and much more. We delve into whether technological employment is something we should be worrying about, how technology is democratising education, what would happen if people were given a guaranteed minimum income and the skills you’ll need to future-proof yourself against these inevitable changes.
What You’ll Hear
3:40 – Technophile or Technophobe?
6:15 – Sci-fi a precursor to science fact?
7:35 – Technology’s disruption of education
12:45 – Is technology now providing a gateway into professions?
15:45 – The pros and cons of running a “gig” based business
20:00 – What are the menial jobs of the future going to look like?
28:30 – The Age of Abundance
33:55 – The basic guaranteed income and the value of work
40:35 – The rise of the basic guaranteed income
45:35 – The future of the self-driving car
47:55 – The potential of Virtual Reality and the Experience Machine
51:45 – The Status Quo Bias
55:20 – The need for varied life skills in the education space
56:30 – The most powerful piece of advice and the biggest load of nonsense.
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