The meaning of life in a world without work




The technology takes places most of the existing jobs in the near future.  Here is the pick of the day news.

In the future, virtual worlds could take the place of religion and other socially constructed systems of meaning as humans become less useful. Photograph: Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images

This is a news item published on the pages of The Guardian writes, read on,

As technology renders jobs obsolete, what will keep us busy? Sapiens authorYuval Noah Harari examines ‘the useless class’ and a new quest for purpose

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Most jobs that exist today might disappear within decades. As artificial intelligence outperforms humans in more and more tasks, it will replace humans in more and more jobs. Many new professions are likely to appear: virtual-world designers, for example. But such professions will probably require more creativity and flexibility, and it is unclear whether 40-year-old unemployed taxi drivers or insurance agents will be able to reinvent themselves as virtual-world designers (try to imagine a virtual world created by an insurance agent!). And even if the ex-insurance agent somehow makes the transition into a virtual-world designer, the pace of progress is such that within another decade he might have to reinvent himself yet again.

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