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What would a world without work be like?




Could a robot pharmacist replace a human one?
Could a robot pharmacist replace a human one?
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Let's imagine a scenario... a world without work. Imagine that robots can do all of the jobs that humans were doing. That you have unlimited leisure time and no career to speak of.

Does a world without work sound like a dream or a nightmare to you?

Well, according to Derek Thompson, Senior Editor at The Atlantic, that scenario might not be that far off. He joins A Martinez to talk about the future of work.

If you'd like to hear the entire interview, click on the audio embedded above.