Air Date: 1–2-2018
Today we take a look at a few different visions of what the future holds for our labor market and some policies we should be putting in place to set the scene for the coming evolution of work
Ch. 1: Opening Theme: A Fond Farewell - From a Basement On the Hill
Ch. 2: Act 1: The future of work in a world of artificial intelligence - Ideas - Air Date 9-12-17
Ch. 3: Song 1: Take a Tiny Train - Ray Catcher
Ch. 4: Act 2: Robots Causing Wealth Inequality? - @DavidPakmanShow - Air Date: 04-28-17
Ch. 5: Song 2: Tripoli - Pecan Grove
Ch. 6: Act 3: A 15 Hour Work Week Would Save the Planet - @Thom_Hartmann - Air Date: 07-26-17
Ch. 7: Song 3: Gondola Blue - Towboat
Ch. 8: Act 4: Demanding a future of full automation and a post-work world - Ideas - Air Date 9-26-17
Ch. 9: Song 4: Comma - Codebreaker
Ch. 10: Act 5: Designing the future of jobs and economics - Freakonomics - Air Date 4-20-17
Ch. 11: Song 5: Lesser Gods of Metal - Ray Catcher
Ch. 12: Act 6: Ai-jen Poo on the caretaker jobs of the future - The Ezra Klein Show - Air Date 11-13-17
Ch. 13: Why doesn't Google worry about being evil anymore? - Dallas from Jacksonville, FL
Ch. 14: Donations To Congress - Alan from Connecticut
Voicemail Music: Loud Pipes - Classics
Ch. 15: Final comments giving an update on our Winter Fundraiser
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Closing Music: Here We Are - Everyone's in Everyone
(Additional music from Blue Dot Sessions & Free Music Archive)
Action Resources/Further Reading
New Economy Coalition
The Next System Project
Democracy At Work
Public Predictions for the Future of Workforce Automation (Pew Research Center, 2016)
A World Without Work (The Atlantic, 2015)
Written by BOTL Communications Director Amanda Hoffman
Produced by Jay! Tomlinson
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