New Study: Artificial Intelligence Will Alter Humankind In 10 Years
Redacted Tonight host Lee Camp has the latest on an impending crisis robots are causing. As jobs are rapidly becoming automated, what will it mean the society of workers made of flesh and blood and not controlled by a processor? Robots are climbing the ladder and will soon take over more mortal jobs. Though it may not be hard to imagine that cashiers will disappear, with self check out already around the corner, there are also white collar jobs at risk. With this imminent job loss, what on Earth can we do as a society to take on skyrocketing unemployment? Lee gets into why the growth of artificial intelligence doesn’t necessarily mean the end of the world if we harness these changes the right way.
Then to Europe: Theresa May’s Conservative Party may be collapsing in Great Britain, and in Germany, citizens are getting 85 percent of their electricity from renewables like wind and solar power, a feat our nation has yet to accomplish. The revived zombie of the War on Drugs, as marijuana sales enjoy a boost thanks to legalization in several states. Natalie McGill discusses the positive change to our environment and our health that electric cars can bring, but the harebrained obstacles state governments are putting up for them. And John F O’Donnell reports on how cities’ corporate spaces are being reclaimed by activist groups.