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The last millennium saw humanity split among reason, humanism and faith. In this millennium, let’s reunite these essential human activities.
Two of technology’s deepest thinkers in a dialogue on the future of humanity.
Becoming interconnected is no excuse for surrendering to the fallacious notion that our information work must be shared for free.
Should we stop computer science research to prevent the evolution of intelligent machines that might someday surpass humanity? Absolutely not.
Wanted: a new breed of dot coms to provide the “total translation” that will transform the Internet into a truly international medium.
For thousands of years, people have interacted through speech and gesture. Truly easy-to-use machines will do the same.
Are you ready to send and receive ten times as much e-mail as you do today? Probably not. We all need to adopt e-mail survival strategies: birth control and euthanasia.
Becoming innovative requires the right kind of cash, a high-tech infrastructure, a culture of passion-and the ability to think outside the balloon.
We can solve the electronic privacy problem, if we can just agree on how much privacy we really want.
We may undergo plastic surgery for silly reasons, but anyone who has a brain would think twice before tampering with the body’s physical core.