AI requires from us to be more human.

Last night I saw a great episode on Eva Jinek about AI and its impact on our lives and work. Both the positive and negative aspects of it. Yet again, the feeling crept up on me that we are still not thinking about how we can redefine work as part of our lives. After all, surely AI also asks us to think about how we can be human again. The fear of losing jobs is certainly unfounded, because where jobs disappear, new ones are created (see also WEF report). And for us, work is definitely part of our social identity and meaning in life. But why do we cling so tightly to work as we know it? With the advent of AI, why not seize the opportunity now to start thinking about meaningful work? Because if we get it right, AI will also bring us a lot of prosperity. So shall we then start distributing that prosperity fairly so that we all have a base to live, live healthily and keep learning? And not just to make sure we can secure our jobs?

It really is time to think about taxing AI and not just the work we do as humans. We are facing a great challenge and a huge opportunity, but will we then really dare to dream, dare to imagine and define how we want to design work for future generations. With more meaning, less polluting and from abundance and not fear. Do you think and participate?

De toekomst
van werken

Er wordt al jaren geschreven over de toekomst van werk. Maar is die er niet al lang? We kunnen er naar blijven kijken of over blijven nadenken maar we kunnen ook gewoon gaan doen!

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