Looking back, the 20th century saw more innovation then history of mankind before that. This was the century of electronics, computers, software and the Internet. Now when we are at the beginning of the 21st century what will we see in the coming decades? There is strong evidence that technology is still very primitive and that we will see more progress in the 21st century than all progress of mankind combined.
In this lecture we look into the future and look at the trends that are will shape the world in the near future. We will look at technology that dies and jobs that are changing.
BBC Horizon (1964) with Arthur C. Clarke
Big Thinkers (2001) with Douglas Adams
Peter Diamandis: Abundance is our future - 2012 TED talk
Peter Diamandis: Abundance the book
IPCC Climate Change
Microsoft's Future Vision - Live, Work, Play