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September 9th, 2005
Mike Treder: Think about the world in 20 years. What do you think it will be like? How would you want it to be?
Based on the law of accelerating returns ("Kurzweil's Law"), in the next two decades the world will experience as much technological change as in the entire 20th century! Remember to take that into account when envisioning your scenarios.
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