Tim O'Reilly – Why We'll Never Run Out of Jobs

Tim O'Reilly on "Why We'll Never Run Out of Jobs" at the TEDx SanFrancisco conference 2016.

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1. As some things become commodities, other things become more valuable

1.1. Understand commodification

1.2. As AI & technology reduce certain jobs, something else becomes more important

1.3. Automobiles for example went from being a functional thing to a status symbol

1.4. There's a message tied to many products

1.4.1. Organic

1.4.2. Well designed

1.4.3. Human value

2. Tim O'Reilly

2.1. Founder & CEO of O'Reilly Media Partner at O'Reilly AlphaTech Ventures

3. Fear of Artificial intelligence

3.1. Can AI compete with us?

3.2. Self-Driving trucks will wipe out a million of jobs

3.3. Many startups use AI in the medical treatment field

3.4. AI/Robotics needed but won't replace humans

3.5. The great question of the 21st century: Whose black box do you trust

4. "The game of business needs to update its rules"

4.1. How did we get here?

4.2. Why are policy makers doing nothing about this?

4.3. Could AI help us better understand how to play the economics game?

4.4. Income inequality in the US

4.4.1. It's a result of wrong human choices

4.4.2. Every entrepreneur should help make a better world

5. Why he doesn't believe that

5.1. Is there really nothing left for human to do?

5.2. "The last temptation is the greatest treason: To do the right deed for the wrong reason."

5.3. "Technology is the solution to human problems. We won't run out of work till we run out of problems."

5.4. New challenges

5.4.1. Climate change

5.4.1.1. WW2 equivalent for this generation

5.4.1.2. Challenges

5.4.1.2.1. Help from AI/Robotics needed

5.4.2. Wars/Crisis

5.4.2.1. We need to rebuild

5.5. Economic Transformation Takes Time and Effort!

5.5.1. Goldman Sachs Investment Research estimates it won't be till 2060 that all vehicles are autonomous!