Research on the massive increase in global Entrepreneurship
More people than ever want to become Entrepreneurs.
It is based on:
- Interest (record levels)
- Necessity (jobs are disappearing at light speed)
Record number of new companies being started - reports from all over the world. This is the largest paradigm shift in history and we are quickly moving towards the Age of the Entrepreneur.
One more basic Income test. This one in Uganda. I expect UBI will happen on a massive scale in three years. It deletes the need for bureaucracy in helping the already millions and millions of people who currently receive some sort of welfare.
Since one of the latest reports estimate that 57% of all current jobs on the planet will soon be gone because of automation, UBI may steer off civil war to take an extreme. Better than that, I believe it will allow people to focus on creativity and innovation. I believe it is the next version of capitalism and that it will lead the world into the #Ageoftheentrepreneur This paradigm shift picked up speed with the 2008 financial meltdown, global UBI will be the tipping point and it will make the industrial revolution seem like a small event.
This report says 57% of all current jobs will disappear due to automation. What role will Universal Basic Income Play?
UN says two-thirds of ALL JOBS will be replaced by robotics/AI in developing countries. I would guess this happens before 2030. Possibly before 2025. When robots can build robots and AI plan the work, the speed will be amazing.
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Recruitment marketplace Hired adds another $30 million to its Series C pot, closing out at $70 million in total
"Founded in 2012, Hired differs from other recruitment platforms insofar as workers don’t apply to be hired by companies — instead, companies apply to hire them. The system effectively gives employers access to a curated candidate pool, and also gives them access to competing bids to they can improve their offer before the candidate makes a final decision."
Airbus has committed to have its first self-piloted flying taxi for commuters ready for production by 2020. Uber, Google, and Airbus all want to bring flying cars to cities but will need to unite against hurdles of regulations and necessary approvals from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).
"This two-armed, teleoperated robot can precisely move in a 10 mm space, giving it the ability to operate on eyes more accurately and with less potential for error than human surgeons. Axsis is just one of a growing number of robot surgeons that are changing how doctors treat patients."
Joakim Fohlman is a multi entrepreneur since 1999, the founder and CEO of Cubimo and the main author of this page. See more at Wikipedia: