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Title: Technology Brief: Rethinking the social compact in the AI age - Is a social investment stipend better than a universal basic income?
Authors: Jean Chia 
Keywords: nature of work
income inequalities
social contract
universal basic income
exclusion
social justice
cost
work ethic
cash transfers
social investment stipend
Kai Fu Lee
social contributions
collective compassion
Issue Date: Aug-2020
Citation: Jean Chia (2020-08). Technology Brief: Rethinking the social compact in the AI age - Is a social investment stipend better than a universal basic income? : 1-3. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: The AI revolution is changing the fundamental nature of work. Opportunities are polarising between high- and low-skill jobs, unemployment and underemployment especially among young people, and worsening income inequalities. This poses questions about how the social contract will change and how the adverse consequences can be mitigated. One idea that has gained momentum in the mainstream is the universal basic income (UBI); another idea is that of the social investment stipend (SIS).
URI: https://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/172791
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