"Mass-industrial systems were built on categorized knowledge and generic competences. Post-mass industrial systems are going to be built on situated knowledge and contextual agency.Trecho retirado de "From the fossil, industrial era to a post-fossil, post-industrial era"
A job market, as a concept, is a radical abstraction of human work based on almost the same extractive logic as mining. Every time we replace practical, local knowledge with general, standardized knowledge we do gain in productivity, but at the cost of more environmental adaptation in the future. Learning debt is created and the whole system (of jobs) is less resilient and may even become dysfunctional. Short-term gains turn out to be extremely expensive in the long run as is now happening with nature!
The post-industrial, post-fossil era is too complicated to boil down into a single slogan describing work. It is a more profound change in work patterns than what the present visions offer. It is not only about AI, platforms or about employees becoming contractors. It is more about generic, mass-solutions becoming contextual and about interchangeable workers, perhaps for the first time, seen as unique."
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"It is more about generic, mass-solutions becoming contextual "
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