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I LOST MY JOB

by tom44 on August 20, 2012

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I LOST MY JOB newfuturemedia.net SYNOPSIS: I Lost My Job is a short documentary film which sets out to explore the phenomenon which is affecting and due to affect many people’s lives – namely, technological unemployment. The documentary also examines what we can do about it as a society through the analysis of a transitional direction. Particular questions need to be raised about this subject. What are the social consequences of ongoing technological unemployment within our current economic system? How do we handle such a situation when this process is inevitable with the ongoing emergence of machine automation and new technologies taking over repetitive jobs?
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CHARLESTON, W.Va. –Governor Earl Ray Tomblin today delivered the 2012 State of the State Address in the House Chamber at the State Capitol January 11, 2012.
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25 thoughts on “I LOST MY JOB

  1. TheHanginglips says:

    everyone should try casagigs. helped me when i lost? my business.

  2. Unclesamslair says:

    please read my other comments. The political system is rigged, and I believe that my solutions offer a way to? fix that.

  3. TrueSacredRahXephon says:

    “We” can’t get financial regulation passed because “we” continue to delegate all power to? “them”.

  4. JavaLuCpp says:

    People 3000 years ago would never thought that burger flippers could? be laid off. To them it a stable job. There will always be some thing new and more challenging that require us to do better. Although I personally don’t believe that intellectual job will go away, even that computers are getting smarter, it still need us to point it to the right direction. Speaking from a computer science major.

  5. brutsi says:

    Yes, the burger flip jobs are the first to go, then the truckers, the? mailman, the cleaning lady. What happens when the “intellectual” jobs are next in line?

  6. belmordok says:

    They? Took Our Jobs!
    /watch?v=768h3Tz4Qik

  7. CrushProject says:

    lol you think so? when was the last time the US was at peace for more then 3-4 years? heres a clue:? world war ONE.

    still think we are so enlightened because it happens elsewhere? and how do we treat each other? like crap, everyone just trys to use their money and influence and weasel their way through the rules to get what they want. This is NO BETTER THEN WAR. at least in war you put the guy out of his misery after your done robbing him and your straight up with your intentions.

  8. ThisNameIsBanned says:

    Shortsighted, is for sure realismn, a little bit egoistic aswell, but not the bad form.

    We for sure must take a look at the “current” situation and try to get as much out of it? WITHOUT totally sucking up the future.

    Thats what all the enviromental stuff is about, saving energy, and all.

    If you just want to max out your current situation, go for War, beat down anyone that has not the power to stand against you and max out your own situation.

    BUT we are at least in most areas beyound this.

  9. 1pcfred says:

    Foxconn will make their own workers build their? replacements.

  10. 1pcfred says:

    Why not? I can get a kid to sit in front of a TV all? day.

  11. CrushProject says:

    theres not enough discussion of actually how to bring these good intentions about. futurists keep talking about whats possible tomorrow,? but id like to have something to work on and people to work with and discuss with today, and i dont want to have to move to a commune without water and power to do it or wait for another century to come about till we figure it out.

  12. JavaLuCpp says:

    If your work can be replaced by a Robot, what does that say about you. You are human, the most? advanced piece of hardware we know in the universe capable of doing or create just about everything. Don’t let the Robot fuck your burger flipping job, be better than just that.

  13. FEZAN78 says:

    “If Allah wills good to the people of a household, He guides them to? be gentle.”

    “If you do something bad, follow it by doing something good.”

    “If you feel uncomfortable about something, then leave it alone.”

    “If you judge (between people), then judge fairly.”

    “If you enter a house, greet the inhabitants with salaam.”

    “If you are reminded of Allah, stop what you are doing (of sin).”

  14. Georg360s says:

    I had? this idea too

  15. Pumpkinhead77 says:

    Work smarter, not? harder.

  16. io007a says:

    the fact is simple there is no outsourcing if developed countries close their borders automatiozation will still make jobs obsolete ,so the thing is that the working hours must go down in the last 30 years workers became twice as productive but working hours remained the same at least go to 7 hours a day 5 days a week or 4 days a week work time ,that will lower unemployment and underemployment people that work part time jobs? 4-5 hours a day.

  17. Unclesamslair says:

    as a collective common property of the? workers. This way no one can accuse you of being a communist since you’re working within capitalism to change it into something better. People’s capitalism (or worker’s capitalism) can then serve as a an achievable realistic means to transition to a new economic system more responsive to the needs of the 99%.

  18. Unclesamslair says:

    we need to realize that that knight in shining armor is never going to come and help us, so we need to help ourselves. The only ones who are not going to lose out on this are the shareholders who will grow more rich and more powerful. If we want to win back the system and take back the power a more realistic, effective, easy, and fast solution would be the creation of your? own wealth through stock and bond holding or the creation of unions or guilds that hold the workers’ shares of a company

  19. Unclesamslair says:

    I’m just not for a top down approach to solving these problems. That has never worked before, and repeating it will just show how little we have learned from history. I think that with a mix of? Singularity-based technologies and approaches as well as bottom up solutions such as consumer, employee, or citizen-owned cooperatives we can more realistically transition to a zero employment full-automation economy. This includes supplementing your own income with capital gains.

  20. NewFutureMedia says:

    We’re chucking the idea out there for people to consider. It’s better than doing no video at all on this important subject? matter. If everyone had a defeatist attitude like you we would get nowhere at all.

  21. Unclesamslair says:

    this is never going to happen, we can’t even get financial regulation passed and you’re? talking about redistributing wealth and subsidizing the underemployed? Unrealistic and naive.

  22. dashmasterful says:

    if people don’t have jobs, how are they going? to spend money they don’t have to buy shit they don’t need???

  23. supersomething1337 says:

    It’s called? mexicans

  24. Soldier957 says:

    That? is the best ‘Yes’ I have ever read 🙂

  25. Glenn001au says:

    It is technology which has? allowed so many people to retain longer healthier lives. As a consequence, a larger population requiring more energy, goods and services. That is your issue, not technology.

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