Five percent? Ten? Twenty? As more of our journeys, menu, and other nonsense comes from apps, what’s a carnival honor for the human rights behind these new technologies?
Today’s technology is built on people. You may tell a commodity online, but humen have to pack, ship, and deliver it to you. And while Uber and Lyft dream of autonomous cars, it seems that humans will be driving you for the foreseeable future. Aside from the techy boundary, the gig economy differs little from the traditional services sectors of cabbies, escorts, waitstaff, and place delivery folk.
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