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As more and more robots make this entrance into the work force, more and more people are losing their jobs.

There are robots that make cars and now we have self-driving cars. There are robots that make pizza and deliver food.

We even have security robots working malls and shopping centers.
 

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San Francisco supervisor Jane Kim has come up with a robot tax to help offset burden this innovation causes by way of unemployment.

“We are finding that robots have begun to destroy millions of American jobs. The long predicted era of robots and automation replacing human workers has arrived,” Kim said. “We need to ensure that the massive new wealth created by automation is redirected to investing in education and training displaced workers for the jobs of the future.”

The hearing would examine “an ongoing tax on every machine that replaces a human,” Kim said.





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