Startup supremo wants to find out if a universal basic income will boost your creativity
A Silicon Valley seed investment company is planning to study whether implementing a universal basic income encourages people to be more innovative.
Y Combinator – a seed investment company dubbed “a bootcamp for startups” – has revealed it wants to fund a study into basic income in the US.
The firm said it wants to start this process now as it believes technology will continue to make traditional jobs obsolete. [» continue](http://factor-tech.com/politics/21624-startup-supremo-wants-to-find-out-if-a-universal-basic-income-wil-boost-your-creativity/)