Which five futuristic technologies are likely to have the biggest impact by 2025? And what can people start doing, from today, to prepare for the changes and to ensure positive outcomes? This London Futurists Hangout on Air features a live discussion between an international panel of leading futurists: Kevin Russell, Peter Rothman, Riva-Melissa Tez, Clyde DeSouza, and José Luis Cordeiro. Panellists trade views on suggestions from each other, and from audience members, as to the technologies that will prove to be more than hype, more than wishful thinking, and more than Hollywood fantasy. These are the technologies that will have the biggest impact on human experience and human existence by 2025 – just a dozen years into the future. But what are they?
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