Monday, 8 May 2017

Zero Work Theory: GLANCE Into The Future

ZWT: Artificial Intelligence Ethics Principle Law
On Top  of Isasc Asimove's Three Laws of Robotics

1. Humans created the  Artificial Intelligence (AI) machines to serve their interests, therefore, the AI must FIRST serve the interest of the Humanity above all.

2. A robot or the AI may not injure a human being or, through inaction, allow a human being to come to harm except where such orders would conflict with the First Principle Law.

3. A robot or the AI must obey orders given it by human beings except where such orders would conflict with the Second Law.


4. A robot must protect its own existence as long as such protection does not conflict with the Thierd Law.


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ZWT Propose Equiviatable UBI:
FUNDED BY  EQUAL INCOME TAX ON ALL



Universal Basic Income (UBI) is a hotly discussed subject among the experts, especially those concerned with the  with the impact of the IA technology  that will disrupt the entire economy and may replace hundreds of millions of human jobs known as the Technological Unemployment

Many industrial business leaders and concerned people suggest that the Govt. implementation of the UBI is the solution to overcome this problem. But the main obstacle to this proposal is that it will put heavy financial burden to the  economy  that the present system will not be able to bear. Many suggest that replacement of the many prevailing Govt. l Welfare programs can raise enough funds however the opposition for the cancellation of the welfare programs from the interest lobby group may make it difficult.  Therefor a significant amount of taxation perhaps the only remaining option for the Govt. Govt. to act.

Taxing the robot is one of the solutions. But how do you define a robot, also it will discriminate any industry or product device that is called robots. There for  ZWT  suggest  Equitable UBI,  should be funded by an equally  equitable Univerasal Income Tax on all, irrespective of rich or poor. Our suggestion is a flat rate of around 30% on every one that includes people who receive UBI.

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