The other is, if we actually create an economy where the fruits of productivity are allocated more fairly, we end up with a much richer society. When you think about, there’s this worry that all the jobs will go away. I say, “If the machines did every bit of work in which productivity is the key to advancement, what would be left?” It would be the creative economy.

A Deficit of Idealism: Tim O’Reilly on the Next Economy — NewCo Shift