Machines are ousting us. As it happened some time ago to horses after the invention of the steam engine, humans are becoming obsolete to perform mechanical labour. Soon, with the advance of artificial intelligence, it will also affect our possibilities to be useful workers performing intellectual labour.
The IoHO explores this scenario and tries to ask questions on how to reposition the role of humans in society, particularly how to cope with a labour-market dominated by machines.
Becoming obsolete will create a reality in which new forms of labour will emerge and flourish. Our aim is to explore, question and challenge scenarios of that transition.