Universal Basic Income: Who’s Piloting it? – NLC


Universal basic income (UBI) is a cash payment granted to all members of a community on a regular basis, regardless of employment status or income level. It is meant to be individual, unconditional, universal and frequent. The proposal has been extensively discussed recently in the American context by those growing wary of automation- and AI- induced unemployment and economic insecurity. UBI, according to many in Silicon Valley, could be part of the solution because it would ease the transition for those at risk of work displacement, stabilize incomes across the board and enable residents to pursue retraining and alternative forms of work.

See the chart below to find out which places are piloting UBI, and read our UBI guide to find out how to pilot it in your city.

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