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New Chrome Extension Seamlessly Integrates Scheduling Into Workflows

March 20, 2019

The future of work is here!

Lightweight and easy to install, the Chrome extension integrates their AI scheduling assistants even more seamlessly into your daily workflow. The moment you identify the need for a meeting is the moment they're there to help you out, no tab-hopping required.

Click the extension on the upper-right hand side of your browser to instantly edit your calendar and access your schedule.

Composing an email? Just click on the new icon in Gmail to insert a link to any of your calendars using an event name, a URL, or a sentence with the click of a button. Your guests can use the link to schedule a specific type of meeting with you.

Future of Work: Humans are Underrated

March 11, 2019

The experts tell us there will be no jobs in the future but they also told us we would run out of:

  • Oil 

  • Food 

  • Working computers (Y2k)

  • Fresh air due to smog 

  • Copper 

  • Nitrogen in the soil 

  • Oxygen in the water 

They further say, as a result, we need to rely on the government to support the population via universal basic income or UBI.

Even Bill Gates who has transformed the world through tech innovation argued we should tax robots to slow innovation and use the money to hire people. Virtually all the other top tech billionaires and Warren Buffet seem to agree.

But as we mentioned above, the experts seem to be very wrong about so many major predictions. It is actually very difficult to think of predictions that they got right.

Over time, improvements in agricultural techniques and technology meant an industry which created almost all the jobs went to creating almost no jobs. In the developed world, the same thing happened to manufacturing and mining.

Why didn't we need to slow these transitions?

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