Magnetic resonance force microscopy

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Automation and displacement should not disenfranchise people from the economy. Just like in 1800s and the early 1900s when what is the developed world now went from 80% people working as farmers to 80% not working as farmers and now less than 5% working as farmers. It enabled people to have all of the jobs and economy that exists today. Companies that kept everyone as farmers are poor.

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Again I'll probably get targeted as a communist, but if all the production gains do is serve to disenfranchise more people from the economy, or the wealth is distributed to a sole few, is it really worth it?
I think if the disparity continues like it does today, you'll see mass social upheaval, possibly the actual re-emergence of socialist/communist parties. The real issue is the social contract.