The self-destruction stage in capitalism

Entry from Matt Sedillo 12/5/2015

Zero to Expert in Eight Hours: These Robots Can Learn For Themselves

Pavel Alpeyev pashakun

Artificial intelligence: ‘Homo sapiens will be split into a handful of gods and the rest of us’

This is a Tipping Point: Robots “Cheaper Than Any Human Worker” Means the End of Jobs

TOPICS:Employment Mac Slavo robots

October 20, 2015

This is a Tipping Point: Robots “Cheaper Than Any Human Worker” Means the End of Jobs

Entered 10/9/2015

Stephen Hawking Says We Should Really Be Scared Of Capitalism, Not Robots

Entered 10/6/2015

47% Of All Jobs Will Be Automated By 2034, And ‘No Government Is Prepared’ Says Economist

The end of capitalism has begun

Paul Mason


Friday 17 July 2015 06.00  EDT

Entered 6/29/2015 via Fixer…

Entered on 4/24/2015
Workers over 50 are the new ‘unemployables’

Entered 4/23/2015
Global Capitalism and the Global Police State: Crisis of Humanity and the Specter of 21st Century Fascism

By Prof William I. Robinson

Global Research, April 21, 2015

Entered 3/22/2015
Bloomberg News, 3/19/2015

Now Reading: Wages Haven’t Been This Crucial to U.S. Economy in Half Century

Bloomberg Business News

(Bloomberg) — When it comes to U.S. economic growth, wages may never have been this important.

The link between earnings and consumer spending has been tighter in this expansion than in any other since records began in the 1960s, according to calculations by Tom Porcelli, chief U.S. economist at RBC Capital Markets LLC in New York.

Wages have become even more critical as households, still shaken after being caught with too much debt when the recession hit, remain unwilling or unable to tap home equity or let credit-card balances balloon to buy that new television or dishwasher. By not overextending themselves again, Americans are only spending as much as their incomes will allow, meaning that 70 percent of the economy is riding on how fast pay rises.

“In an environment where credit is not being used in a material way, the fate of wages matters,” Porcelli said. “They’re doing all of the driving from a consumption perspective.”

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The European Union’s (Other) Deflationary Driver – Job Computerisation

Submitted by Tyler Durden on 03/11/2015 18:25 -0400