Today the world stays in front of its biggest jump. The situation is very important, many futurists think that there is no place for humans in not far new world, because according to Elon Musk: “Robots could start killing us in five years” by making people jobless. They will be dead without money. So, the only solution is the basic income. The English economist Thomas Paine in 1796 presented the first idea of guaranteed minimum income, which is a system of social welfare provision that guarantees that all citizens or families have an income enough to live on. The perception of the meaning of basic income was changed in the twenty-first century when the era of artificial intelligence began. Poverty is still common in lots of countries, but it is not considered to be the main problem. Automation is taking away our jobs and salaries. The issue is to earn money for life without any job. Basic income is the only thing which will in the future improve people’s lives by giving them purpose.
There is a very serious problem: in previous centuries people worked to live and lived to work. The meaning of life was researched only by some philosophers, such as Aristotle or Epicurus, but in today’s world, every person has ever thought about the aims and points of their lives. The issue is why somebody should be alive when he does not work. In the past people used to devote their lives to kings or gods, for example, you fight or pray for your country during the whole life. Today democracy and the chance to have a choice are very popular in society, but in fact, human beings are dependent on their jobs. A lot of people ask what they will do without them.
With basic income, people will have the opportunity not to be bored because they will have money to spend on entertainment. Now people are dependent on pop culture. For the last fifty years, the pop culture was upgraded to an unprecedented scale. This important thing interfered in society and even began taking away humans working hours. Children and even older people spend a lot of time for entertainment. According to the American time use survey “, people spend five and quarter hours per day for entertainment” mostly watching television. Also, as it is written by Daniel Wesley: “people spend 5.6 percent or $2,827 for entertainment.”
There are a lot of fears of nowadays person: they will become fired because “robot does the work better than them, for example, security, surgery, and farming.” Also, as it is said by McKinsey report “in the USA, 39 to 73 million jobs may be eliminated by 2030.” These fears are improper because there is basic income which provides people with money and pop culture which gives entertainment for them. Work will not be a problem in the future. Next generations will spend their time only for their wishes. It is not the only thing to save humanity but also to make its existence easier.
Basic income obeys the moral rules and values because it makes people equal. Black people will not be detracted, they will not have troubles with a job offer and will not be hard up. No sexist problems with women. In future women will not have to do men’s job. Also, the robbery will not exist, because no one will have the need for money. Moreover, disabled people will be in better conditions: they will not have problems with work: “robots will help disabled persons with their day-to-day tasks” and they will afford it. 
On the fifth of July 2016, Switzerland became the first country to hold a referendum about basic income. During the law “each citizen had to earn 2555$ monthly when they are adult or 628$ for children.” Most of the voters (77%) were against the establishment of this system. They believe if every person had the basic income, they would stop working and just be useless creatures that betray their values. Of course, it is totally wrong. Humans will still have the aim to improve themselves. Due to some individuals’ opinion, for example, Stuart Varney with basic income people will degrade mentally and physically, he claims: “I work, and I think you should too”, but they really cannot make head or tail of how the system will work. A lot of spare time will help people develop their projects. Degradation is not only doing anything but also doing things that you do not really understand or appreciate as it is common in modern society. Artificial intelligence does work that must be done and people do what their soul is connected to. About physical degradation, it must be mentioned that a lot of people will devote their lives to sports.
The human mind wants to become a winner in all situations. Sport or other activities are a very good way to stay fit and to have a connection with others. Furthermore, everyone will be in the same condition because there will not be a human who judges the game. Robots will do such kind of things, so there will be no racism and no sexism. Every man and woman are equal.
Religion is also a thing that cannot be omitted. Basic income does not conflict Christianity, because as God presents the same rights for everyone as artificial intelligence will give the same amount of money. People also will have more time for prayers.
The war with robots will be impossible. In the “I, Robot” book Isaac Asimov created the first three rules of robotics, but they were never used because it is not applicable in today’s world. One of the best businesses is war. Scientists do not use those three laws because there is said that robots cannot kill people. It is unacceptable for war. With basic income, scientists can and must use the laws of robotics in case of robots not kill us. No one will ban this because there will be no business: everyone has the same amount of money. Asimov’s laws will be necessary for all.
This year the citizens of Finland had the experiment with Universal basic income which must have provided 2000 people of different categories with salary. This experiment was failed, but according to the publication of the New York Times: “Universal Basic Income Didn’t Fail in Finland. Finland Failed It.” The same experience will be placed in Oakland, California, the business incubator, called Y Combinator “will give 2000 dollars for one hundred families.” In fact, Sam Altman, the president of this company, wants to have the answer if basic income really works.
It is understandable that basic income is strange and even hostile thing for the majority of modern people, but the situation will be changed in some years or decades. Humanity will not stop the technological process and hiring, but with the basic income, it will save itself and take place in the new world. People will not be bored, because they will be provided with money to spend on entertainment. Disabled people will not have problems with work and discrimination will not take place in the future. On the one hand, humans will spend more time on their wishes, but on the other hand, they will not degrade physically and mentally. And the last, but not the least thing is that with basic income the three laws of robotics will become able to use to prevent the war with machines.
 James Cook, “Elon Musk Thinks Robots Could Start Killing Us in 5 Years”, Inc. com, 30.11.2018,
 Thomas Paine, Agrarian Justice (Paris: grundskyld.dk, 1999): 10.
 Bureau of Labor Statistics, “AMERICAN TIME USE SURVEY — 2017 RESULTS”, Bureau of Labor Statistics, 01.12.2018, https://www.bls.gov/news.release/pdf/atus.pdf.
 Daniel Wesley, “Average American Entertainment Expenditure”, CreditLoan, 01.12.2018, https://www.creditloan.com/blog/average-american-spends-on-entertainment.
Laura Cox, “10 Jobs where Robots Really are Replacing Humans”, Disruption Hub, 30.11.2018, https://disruptionhub.com/10-jobs-robots-replacing-humans.
 James Manyika, Susan Lund, Michael Chui, Jacques Bughin, Jonathan Woetzel, Parul Batra, Ryan Ko, Saurabh Sanghvi, “Jobs lost, jobs gained: What the future of work will mean for jobs, skills, and wages”, McKinsey&Company, 30.11.2018, https://www.mckinsey.com/featured-insights/future-of-work/jobs-lost-jobs-gained-what-the-future-of-work-will-mean-for-jobs-skills-and-wages.
 Vijini Mallawaarachchi, “Living with Robots — The Good, the Bad and the Ugly on Humanity”, Becoming Human, 01.12.2018, https://becominghuman.ai/living-with-robots-the-good-the-bad-and-the-ugly-on-humanity-1097f524f936.
 Imogen Foulkes, “Switzerland’s voters reject basic income plan”, BBC News, 29.11.2018, https://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-36454060.
 Stuart Varney, “If you want money, work for it: Varney”, Fox Business, 04.12.2018, https://www.foxbusiness.com/politics/if-you-want-money-work-for-it-varney.
 Antti Jauhiainen and Joona-Hermanni Mäkinen, “Universal Basic Income Didn’t Fail in Finland. Finland Failed It”, The New York Times, 01.12.2018, https://www.nytimes.com/2018/05/02/opinion/universal-basic-income-finland.html.
 David H. Freedman, “Business Impact Basic Income: A Sellout of the American Dream”, Technology Review, 10.12.2018, https://www.technologyreview.com/s/601499/basic-income-a-sellout-of-the-american-dream.