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Roundtables: An Inside Look at the 10 Breakthrough Technologies 2024

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Recorded on January 16, 2024

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An Inside Look at the 10 Breakthrough Technologies 2024

Speakers: Amy Nordrum, Executive editor of operations, Rachel Courtland, Commissioning editor, and Abby Ivory-Ganja, Senior engagement editor

Every year for the past 20+ years, MIT Technology Review has selected a list of the breakthrough technologies that will have the greatest impact on how we live and work in the future. This event will include a full walk-through of the items on the list, a deep dive into what you need to know about several items, and an in-depth look at how the list was made.

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