The idea that works this year won't work next year: futurologist Ray Kurzweil on business, AI and Industry 4.0

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The idea that works this year won't work next year

The future of human intelligence is to have our heads in the cloud, says Kurzweil

Inventor and futurologist Ray Kurzweil believes that one aspect of the future is entirely predictable - the rate of change of technology. He points out that price-performance, capacity and also bandwidth...

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