Can We See the Near Future – 25 Years?
Close you eyes. Now fast-forward 25 years. Open your eyes. What do you see? Humanity has moved through the agrarian age to the industrial age and now, the information age. With what moniker will we label our future? Experts gather to argue where we've been, what we've learned, what the future holds in store, and if it really is possible to forecast the not too distant future. Joining host Robert Lawrence Kuhn are creativity pioneer Edward de Bono; artificial intelligence expert Edward Feigenbaum; fuzzy logic expert Bart Kosko; futurist Graham T.T. Molitor; and planetary scientist Bruce Murray.
Edward Feigenbaum works in computer science and AI; he is called the "father of expert...
Graham Molitor was a futurist (data-driven, long-trend); lawyer, political scientist,...