@RoKhanna: Agree @JamaalBowmanNY. @AOC has used technology very effectively with her homework helper program. But remote learning can never take the place of the in classroom experience. The challenge is how to harness the potential of the digital age without losing our humanity.

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@karrilevens: It was much simpler times, however I find technology & automation facinating. As technology continues to progress it will make our lives easier. I’ve already noticed a huge advancement in web development, so with that said I would stay, actually prefer to go into the future.

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@RoKhanna: For decades, America led the world in industry—we can do the same for tech and innovation.That’s why I’m so proud of our Endless Frontier Act, which will fund the cutting-edge research and technology that would otherwise be left behind.

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@FundForHumanity: My late son, Gerald Huff, captured that in the techno-thriller he wrote “Crisis 2038.” You can listen to it free here: , its tag line is “Will technology ever benefit us all?” The answer is implementing UBI as a transitional solution.

Gerald Huff Fund For Humanity (@FundForHumanity) / Twitter

@Kent_Walker: Federal support for R&D yields phenomenal returns for American competitiveness. We welcome Senate passage of the U.S. Innovation & Competition Act, promoting technology leadership, and we encourage more funding for basic R&D in coming years. #NSF

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@IndiaWest: Rep. Ro Khanna Driving Force Behind Bold, Bipartisan Technology Research and Development Bill Passed by Senate

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@SarahAshtonLV: “Toward that end she’s proposed Vegas Promise, an economic dividend fund… Proceeds for a small annual check to each city resident would come from three industries — hospitality, cannabis, and technology.” #UBI @JonMunitz @scottsantens

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@ubi_works: Technology, automation, and the Fourth Industrial Revolution have decimated workers’ bargaining power.Basic income reverses this trend.

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@FundForHumanity: There’s a robot in the wings that can do this which is a good thing but these ppl will lose their livelihood which is a very bad thing. That’s why we need UBI, to make sure that technology will benefit all us. LISTEN for free: to my late son’s book.

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