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Federico Pistono book Federico Pistono photo (2)You are about to become obsolete. You think you are special, unique, and that whatever it is that you are doing is impossible to replace.

You are wrong.

As we speak, millions of algorithms created by computer scientists are frantically running on servers all over the world, with one sole purpose: do whatever humans can do, but better.

This is the argument for a phenomenon called technological unemployment, one that is pervading modern society. But is it really the case? Or is it just a futuristic fantasy? What will become of us in the coming years, and what can we do to prevent a catastrophic collapse of society?

You will gain an understanding of:

  • What technology will be capable of doing in just a few short years
  • How rapidly these technological advancements will replace white collar jobs
  • What jobs will be hard to replace with technology

Federico Pistono will share how to survive the economic collapse and be happy by exploring the impact of technological advances on our lives, what it means to be happy, and providing suggestions about how to avoid a systemic collapse.

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