2 Oct 2016

Predicting The Future - 2 October

From TED Radio Hour, 7:06 pm on 2 October 2016

Predicting The Future

Visions of the future don't just have to come from science fiction. There's very real technology today giving us clues about how our future lives might be transformed. So what might our future look like? And what does it take for an idea about the future to become a reality? In this hour, TED speakers make some bold predictions and explain how we might live in the future.

Nicholas Negroponte: What Predictions From 1984 Came True?
Nina Tandon: How Personalized Will Medicine Get?
Richard Resnick: Will Sequencing Your Genes Change The Way You Live — And Die?
Marc Goodman: What Does The Future Of Crime Look Like?
Todd Humphreys: Will GPS Change Our Standards for Privacy?
Sebastian Thrun: When Will Driverless Cars Be A Part Of Our Everyday Lives?
Nicholas Negroponte: How Do You Predict The Future?

From NPR’s  TED Radio Hour

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