Productivity growth

Innovation drives productivity

From the invention of the plow for farming and tilling soil, to robotics and AI, innovations are meant to help humanity accomplish tasks easier.

But how productive are we meant to be?

We might get to the point where everything can become automated. Food becomes cheaper. Artificial food might become more common. Products in the supply chain become automated by robots.

Where does that leave humans who have jobs in those areas?

The key to battling robots taking away our jobs is dependent on specialization and knowledge.

Become skilled and knowledgeable in areas where it’s not technically possible (yet) for innovation to disrupt.

Instead, be the disruptor and figure out a new and better way to do things.

That’s what I’ll be trying to do for the rest of my life.


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