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July 2018 - September 2018



A trip to France is the first time witnessing the impact automation has on human labour.


A cashier in a supermarket, a machine replacing her tasks. The question: to give money to the machine or to the cashier. The cashier pointing to the machine. Remembering that the French government imposes fines on private industries, favouring machines to human labour. Analysing the pressure of a cashier who receives wages but wonders what the purpose of her job is. The pressure, understanding that it is a question of time before machine replaces humans, before job scarcity. The feeling that human doesn’t trust humans to fulfil a task.

We go back to London
An interview with Nick Srnicek on full automation and universal basic income and the ambition of developing a case study on the positive impact of automation for the UBI.

A discussion and debate on rather developing a micro-system with full employment to establish an equal system or negotiating fully unemployment through automation as a tool to initiate universal basic income. A way to re-evaluate the job hierarchy, to end gender, racial and qualification inequalities due to work ethics.

Researching UK communities impacted by automation.






The finding.

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A Call For Positive Automation London, UK

In the next 15 years, it is estimated that at least 40% of the jobs we know are going to be replaced by machines. Nowhere is this future more apparent than in Jaywick (UK), where 60% of the population have already either lost their jobs or cannot be hired because of the insurgence of machine learning.
This project aims to create a controversial concert composed by an AI and played by humans.
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