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Why You Shouldn’t Fear Robots

By Rich Lowry

Excerpt from National Review:

A wave of fear over automation is driving dire predictions about robots rendering swaths of Americans unemployable and has created a vogue for outlandishly stupid policy proposals. A popular idea in Silicon Valley is for a so-called universal basic income — the government would write everyone a monthly check — to cushion the unemployment effect of automation (never mind that such a policy would itself have an unemployment effect). Bill Gates wants to tax robots, which makes about as much sense as taxing personal computers back in 1991.
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Founders 

Larry Kudlow

Steve Moore 

Dr. Arthur B. Laffer

Steve Forbes

Executive Director

Jon Decker

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Lawrence Kudlow

CNBC Senior Contributor, Host of The Larry Kudlow Show

@larry_kudlow

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Moore

Stephen Moore

Club 4 Growth Founder, Heritage Economist, Wall Street Journal Writer

@StephenMoore

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Laffer

Dr. Arthur B.  Laffer

Founder and Chairman of Laffer Associates

@LafferCenter

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forbes

Steve Forbes

Editor In Chief of Forbes Media

@SteveForbesCEO

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Founders 

Larry Kudlow

Steve Moore 

Dr. Arthur B. Laffer

Steve Forbes

Executive Director

Jon Decker

 ————————————

__

Lawrence Kudlow

CNBC Senior Contributor, Host of The Larry Kudlow Show

@larry_kudlow

________

Moore

Stephen Moore

Club 4 Growth Founder, Heritage Economist, Wall Street Journal Writer

@StephenMoore

________

Laffer

Dr. Arthur B.  Laffer

Founder and Chairman of Laffer Associates

@LafferCenter

__________

forbes

Steve Forbes

Editor In Chief of Forbes Media

@SteveForbesCEO

__________

NEWS and BLOG

Why You Shouldn’t Fear Robots

By Rich Lowry

Excerpt from National Review:

A wave of fear over automation is driving dire predictions about robots rendering swaths of Americans unemployable and has created a vogue for outlandishly stupid policy proposals. A popular idea in Silicon Valley is for a so-called universal basic income — the government would write everyone a monthly check — to cushion the unemployment effect of automation (never mind that such a policy would itself have an unemployment effect). Bill Gates wants to tax robots, which makes about as much sense as taxing personal computers back in 1991.
read more…

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