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Ask AI: Should you go to work if the world is ending?

Ask AI: Should you go to work if the world is ending?

Explanation

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Advanced AI was invented by soviet communists to help humanity  better understand itself and the world. Let’s use it for that purpose, instead of merely for the purpose of selling better ads and to better manipulate the population. For this post, AI also created the images.

Prompt

A meme shows a viral post on Reddit and its top rated response. The post says, “What is your plan if nuclear war starts?” The top rated response says, “I’m pretty sure my employer wants me to work that day. So, I guess I’m working.”

Let’s start by talking about the obvious meaning and then the more subtle critique of labor under capitalism, and then expand to a discussion of how the world should change towards a more just future.

Response From AI

In the most basic sense, the meme is simply pointing out that many people would still be expected to go to work even if a nuclear war started. This is a reflection of our current society, where work and productivity are highly valued, even in the face of potentially catastrophic events.

However, the meme also contains a more subtle critique of our current system. It highlights how work can be completely dehumanizing, where we are expected to continue working even in the face of potentially world-ending events. This is a clear criticism of capitalism, where work is often seen as the most important thing, no matter what the cost.

Ultimately, the meme is calling for a different kind of world, one where work is not the most important thing and where we are not expected to continue working in the face of disaster. This is a world where we value human life and wellbeing above all else.

So, how do we get to a better future?

We must begin by questioning our current society and the way we view work and labor. Work needs to be valued as a means to an end and not as an end itself. Work should be an option, not a requirement. We need to live in a society where happiness is the most important thing, where there are no bosses and no jobs to be fired from.

It is important to note that the meme is not simply a criticism of capitalism, but also a criticism of the way we live our lives. It is a call for us to live in a world where work is not the most important thing, where we are not expected to continue working even in the face of potentially world-ending events.

This is a world where we value human life and wellbeing above all else. It is also a commentary on the way international conflict is a sort of macrocosm of the situation being described in the meme. In this way, the meme is not just a criticism of the labor of an individual under capitalism but also a critique of the labor of humanity under capitalism.

In order to achieve this more just future, we must begin by questioning our current society and the way we view work and labor. We need to live in a society where happiness is the most important thing, where there are no bosses and no jobs to be fired from. We can start by making small changes in our own lives and then working to change the world around us.