Techology and Work

9th May 2019 - University of Melbourne - School of Government

Technology and the Future of Work Equality

Tim Dunlop and Tim Lyons

@electionwatch

https://www.electionwatch.unimelb.edu.au


The Future of Everything 

ThinkTank per Capita

Alternative Models for Ownership

  • Co-bots

  • Digital colleagues


Robotic measures insidious forms of slavery.


Machine Learning and AI - types of jobs and terms of employment


Technology is currently concentrating wealth in the hands of a few


Work doesn’t have to be for financial reward only


Renewal rather than extraction,consumption and growth


Change the Rules - Lean into Change


Worker ownership of businesses and data - who owns has the power.


Useable wealth and economic power.


Value work differently.


Automony UK Think Tank.


Gov. Rep System failing.


Bottom power to govern.


Tech is changing the economy.  Encourage tech and change attitudes to work and ownership.


Personal Data payment to sovereign trust account and paid back through regulatory framework.



Australia 10% own 49% of wealth.

World 1% own 50% of wealth.


Robert Gordon - Transformative Value.


O’Marer’s law - Early tech is always over estimated and Mature tech is always under estimated.


Open Source tech, e.g., Uber

Central Fund - Mandated fund for all employees.


Citizens Panels - solving problems.


Redistribution of ownership and wealth creation.


Finance Capital.


Australia - Open Government Partnership.


Reforming our Democracy.




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