I don't really disagree with Irving Wladawsky-Berger's projections here - I've made many of the same points myself. I just think too much of his list consists of different ways to say 'AI'. That aside, we agree that things like distributed architecture, trust architecture (aka blockchain), advanced connectivity, biotech and next-generation materials are all important (as I've said in the past, the future is carbon, carbon and carbon (think things like neuro-computing, graphene, and bio-tech). Note, though, that the carbon stuff is longer-term (think 10-15 years) while the architecture stuff is short-term (think 5-10 years). Image: my carbon-carbon-carbon meme-style illustration.
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