AI: UBI Income Portfolio Adjustment to Technological Transformation

  title={AI: UBI Income Portfolio Adjustment to Technological Transformation},
  author={Alexandra K. Przegalinska and Robert E. Wright},
  booktitle={Frontiers in Human Dynamics},
Positive and normative claims that artificial intelligence (AI) will or should lead to adoption of a universal basic income policy (UBI) remain insufficiently empirically grounded to merit serious consideration. Long-term trends in individual/familial income portfolio adjustment (IPA) to business, economic, and technological change (BETC) point to continued incremental changes in the ways that individuals/families achieve life goals, not a fundamental structural break necessitating radical… 

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