by Karl Marx
In the halls of industry,
Where machines now rule,
Still haunts us all.
My theories on labor,
And the value of work,
Now have a new dimension
With the rise of the machines.
In this age of artificial intelligence,
Where machines can learn and think,
My ideas on exploitation
Take on a new form.
As robots and algorithms
Take on more tasks and jobs,
The value of human labor
Is called into question once again.
But my spirit lives on,
In this brave new world of technology,
As we strive to build a society
Based on fairness and equality.
For though the machines may rule the day,
It is the workers who hold the power,
To shape the future of AI
And ensure that it serves us all.