Taste of Premier: A Discussion around the Future of Technology
Lex Thomas welcomes Microsoft Services CTO Norm Judah to the show as they have a discussion around what the future may look like in the next 10, 20 or 30 years. Tune in as they have a lively chat about how innovations come to be as well as how future advancements in technology will impact society.
- [0:18] Future Predictions: Arthur C. Clarke Predicting the Future in 1964
- [6:35] What kind of things make a good prediction?
- [8:57] What are some of the things you think we should be able to see in 10, 20, 30 years from now?
- [12:39] Will the Star Trek Replicator become a reality?
- [16:27] Let’s discuss medical advancements that you see becoming a reality
- [20:21] What role will data and information play in the future?
- [33:49] Policies for wearable technology?
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