Why are so many companies pushing education for /3/ and coding? Isn't this just going to create an extremely competitive job market with desperate peolpe who will work for the cheapest wages just to survive while companies get to hire people dirt cheap? Is it all about cheap labour?
If anyone actually brings up /3/ as a career field just remind them that it's already a starving artist pajeet-filled market and that any "boom" the mainstream talks about just ends up as a wage crash like happened to IT. Even the general public couldn't be dumb enough to get suckered into an art career though.
"Automation will put millions out of work, so we need Universal Basic Income...but at the same time every western country needs to import millions of unskilled people from the 3rd world because we have no skilled workers."Quo vadis, clown world? Because I haven't got a clue.
>>679102Amazing the way leftists advocate for modern day slavery.
>>679096god i wish that were me
>>679102>>679110You don't understand, immigrants are cheap labor for a nations because the ones who escape conflict-zones first are the ones who can afford to do so, which means they're typically already highly educated in their home country and will be able to instantly enhance the economy by filling open spots that requires expensive education.The masses of unskilled ones that manage to arrive in the west thru crazy means (escaping something even shittier than risking drowning in the Mediterranean and such)will compete with all the unskilled workers thereby driving down wages and enhancing profits for the employer. This is why the bulk of all them nazi types are uneducated 'white trash' they somewhat correctly identify that a lot of brown people with no future compete for the very same spots as them.AI and automation will pose a much bigger problem than this to the west since it'll eliminate a lot of semiskilled and skilled labor in the future.Political goals for bolstering BNP involves striving for 100% employment, while technological advances and profits for individual companies strives towards 0% employment.Within our lifetimes we will either have to move towards some form of universal income, commit a mass genocide on the unemployed population, or live in a society where the lands outside the gated oasis for the rich are crime-infested hellholes where people live in squalor multiplying like bacteria because there is nothing else to do than fucking.
>>679096Today chine,taiwan,tailand,indians guys spend 12 hours working using 3D software see a lot chines in places like artstation.3D get outsource worst than coding jobs.
>>679102>every western country needs to import millions of unskilled people from the 3rd world because we have no skilled workersgubrment, corporations and rich people and a hyper inflation in work force so everyone will have to compete and the wages will all be below minimum wage especially with anything that is freelance/contract and can be outsourced to pajeets and chinks. This is making rich richer while making non-rich and lesser rich people poorer..
>>679119>universal incomeaka actual slavery where people's rights are stripped and their lives are 100% controlled
>>679138>being this uninformed
>>679139communism doesn't work
>>679140UBI is not communism. It doesn't force you to stay poor; it gives you the means to stay alive so you have the opportunity of becoming rich.
>>679142>so you have the opportunity of becoming richwhy would the government or rich want this? What would they gain from helping people gain wealth?
>>679138Yeah because redistributing a nations wealth to preserve a consumerbase in the face of widespread mass unemployment is the death of all civil liberties...What flavor kool-aid did you drink and who served it to you anon?This wont look like such a communist fantasy once half of all the people you know won't have a place where they are needed or wanted within society. Look at the range of tasks that is nearly already solved algorithmically today and realize that very soon every driver, pilot and machineoperator will be obsolete.So will entire sectors of white collar work and nearly all language work. And that is just what's immediatly around the corner like within the comming decade.
>>679144Basically they gain a majority population that isn't disfranchised enough to spark revolt, the way you sell it to the ruling strata is to explain how it's better to share abundance than risk having all your shit taken away by pitchfork mobs at some point.
>>679147>redistributing a nations wealthWhy would the rich and elites want to do this? They have nothing to gain from giving away money.
>>679149>risk having all your shit taken away by pitchfork mobsnot gonna happen, the rich have private militaries and most 1st world countries banned guns.
>>679150>>679152They won't 'wanna do it' not until it's too late anyways, but the problem for them is the west is democratic.There are more poor people than there are rich people and as soon as the middle class realize just how threatened their status is leaders will be elected with mandate to take away that which the elites do not wanna surrender.You wont have any military fighting for them because guess who makes up the fucking military in the first place.All them crazy fucks who keep AR15's in case they have to kill the draconian governments military forget it is their own neighbours sons and daughters they're planning to shoot.
>>679102It's both. Business wants both automation and cheap labor. Giving zero shits if it completely destroys local job market.
>>679150>Why would the rich and elites want to do this? They have nothing to gain from giving away money.Becuase it helps maintain the current capatialistic staus quo instead of diving into the complete unknown.
>>679161How is universal basic income any different from communism and how are people ensured to receive money? Where would the money come from? Note, increasing taxes for rich doesn't work, politicians who've tried that got hitmen sent their way.
>>679166>How is universal basic income any different from communism Well first it doesn't have anything to do with the kind of 'communism' you mean when you are talking about Stalins Soviet, Castros Cuba or say North Korea.When it's likened to communism it's because it's linked to ideas presented by Marx in Das Kapital and the Communist Manifesto and it's predictions about the voes of industrialized nations and the ultimate fate of capitalism. >and how are people ensured to receive money? Where would the money come from?There are some basic things you can base it on that has very real value that can easily be distributed, like make some percentage of the annual national energy productionbelong to every citizen as birth right. Then they can sell that part to make up the basic income they spend.How is something like that any different or less just than having some people, who just happened to be born to the right parents, own everything by default?
>>679102Schools are cheaper overseas. So the people smart enough to make the cut usually do unlike here in the usa where most would choose a "meme" degree because the cost of the doctorate is unthinkably expensive.
>>679119>bulk of all them nazi types are uneducated 'white trash'In my country right wingers(not Nazi) are actually better educated and contribute more to the GDP. It's also unfair to lump them all together, since the middle class bleeds dry and tries to vote their way out of this...doesn't mean that everyone right of Marx is a Nazi.>>679102I'd rather starve than take money from the state so they have me by the balls forever.
>>679167>like make some percentage of the annual national energy production belong to every citizen as birth rightWho will pay for the energy production, private owned companies won't give their energy for free and government owned energy facilities won't be able to produce enough to cover everyone with UBI. You seem to be very wishful on UBI but it isn't economically viable and goes against politicians and rich people's interests which is to make themselves richer.
>>679171Lot of humans are not economically viable and more and more of them will be in that position in the near future.They're not viable but yet they exist and they have a vote so sooner and later something must give.The status quo is dependent on the middleclass being able to enhance their lives thru hard work. When that work is taken away from them and the consumerbase is destroyed something will happen.What that something is I don't know, but it will happen within our lifetime. Some form of UBI is the best attempt at an answer I've seen anyone provide to date.
>>679174homeless have a vote too but they're still homeless>When that work is taken away from them and the consumerbase is destroyed something will happen.there will be no more middleclass and the people are powerless, men have been pussified, gunlaws have stripped away people's weapons. Theres nothing the masses can do, poverty and homelessness has been consistantly increasing over the years and will get much worse with AI and mass importation of foreigners.
>>679119>You don't understand, immigrants are cheap labor for a nations because the ones who escape conflict-zones first are the ones who can afford to do so, which means they're typically>already highly educated in their home country and will be able to instantly enhance the economyyou absolutely get the rope
>>679096>Why are so many companies pushing education for /3/ and coding?governments sped hell of a cash to keep fine arts as much elite shit as possible. in 3d industry people die faster and poor when bringing half billion of taxes into governments pockets..
>>679180My dentist is from Iraq, she's really good and done stellar work on me. I thank Rumsfeld and Cheney every time I visit.
>>679175>will get much worse with AI and mass importation of foreignersWhich made me think, as technology advancements make blue and white collars less employable in the developed world, they'll become more employable in sub-developed countries, where such technology is still not available. It wouldn't surprise me if we start seeing migrants from North America and Europe to South America, Africa, and other poor regions of the world.
>>679183Someone should call Trump and explain how he can sell Mexico on the idea of paying for the wall.
>>679183except 3rd world countries are still extremely criminal and violent, that won't change with advancement of technology. so they'll still be shitholes. Best case scenario is to somehow profit from china colonializing africa but it'll probably take a couple decades until enough chinks have moved there to make it profitable.
>>679190Reminds me to double down on my Chinese studies.
>>6790963d became over-saturated in the late 90s because it was new and everyone and their mother wanted to do 3d its been 20 years and that initial wave of people either succeeded and or dropped out and now they need a new generation of suckers to exploit.
we are basically doomed, there is no escape
>>679182Make sure to thank them for your daughter's free pediatric OBGYN visits as well.
>>679119>already highly educated in their home country>implying an Indian "doctor" educated in India is even half as competent as an American doctor educated in America
>>679955>>679958You'd be surprised to learn just how well trained doctors are even in the darkest shit-holes of Africa.What differs is mainly access to expensive equipment and pharmaceuticals and training in the procedures they don't have access to as a result.Even so they are largely well aware of these as they read the very same journals as the rest of us, it's a very international community with open information sharing and advisory.With what little they have in some of these places those people can do MacGyver type shit.Almost all countries who take in a lot of refugees nowadays run extensive re-qualification programs for all kinds of fields to verify proficiency as it's valuable to the state.Even if they don't make the cut to work in the same spot they used to due to third world education the real life experiences makes them tested and highly suitablefor related work as staff and for receiving supplementary training.
>>679122what, only 12 hours? Sounds like a weekend or smth like this
why is no one working on ML based retopoly and uv mapping.imagine the amount of money you could make selling software that does good retopo from scans and sculpts.
>>680000>why is no one working on ML based retopoly and uv mapping.Some companies probably are, but won't show it unless they arrive at a production-ready solution.
Programming isn't feasible for a large number of population. Thats why they are still scarce and companies keep pushing it
>>680000People have been working on stuff like that since forever, where do you think all the retopo tools came from? The fact nobody has managed to automate the process is because it's very hard to define the rules involved. A human understands a surface they're looking at and can make informed decisions about where to sacrifice and where to gain.There is no one perfect way of doing it and there is no easily defined algoritmic way to describe what it is expert humans does when placing the seams and structuring the surfaces.There are some intresting attempts but even the best ones need a lot of clean up work by someone who understands what they're doing to rival what an expert human does manually.