It’s that time of year again when media post stories on all types of predictions from world events to business activity we might expect in the coming year. If there is one aspect of making predictions that 2020 taught us, …
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Starting now and through the end of the month, you will be seeing ongoing predictions for the upcoming year. People like to read them to figure out how their lives might be impacted or what their business should prepare for. …
Ray Kurzweil, who has 20 honorary doctorates, is director of engineering for Google and has an amazing success rate of accurately predicting technological change, made a host of predictions in January 2015 that would occur over the next 25 years. …