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Ray Kurzweil: How Technology Will Change Humanity In The Next Decade & Beyond

A visionary looks ahead

Happy Holidays!

I recently ran across an interesting article in the New York Daily News, authored by Ray Kurzweil, best known to us in the audio/music business for his creation of a new generation of music synthesizers in the mid-1980s, in which he provides his views and predictions on how technology will change and impact our lives over the next 10 years and beyond.

Kurzweil is also noted as a “top futurist” and has achieved much outside of the synthesizer business, involved in endeavors such as optical character recognition and speech recognition technology, in addition to authoring books on diverse subjects ranging from health to artificial intelligence, and much more.

Anyway, check out his recent article on what the future might hold here in the New York Daily News.

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