Tibor Fischer

What will we do when all our jobs are done for us?

The philosopher Nick Bostrom speculates imaginatively about the travails of extreme leisure, but we don’t get any guru-like nuggets

Nick Bostrom. [Stephen McCarthy/Sportsfile via Getty Images]

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