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Yuval Noah Harari: the meaning of life in a world without work

10 mins | Jan 15, 2018
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When A.I replaces human work, what will all the people do with their time? Sit at home and play video games? Nothing new there! The renowned historian Yuval Noah Harari writing in the Guardian explores the parallels between religion and virtual reality and how the end of work won’t necessarily bring about the end of meaning.
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