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The digital revolution has promised us a future of boundless opportunity at the speed of light, and a limitless vista of entertainment and education. The reality, as most of us know, is something less than that. Neil Gershenfeld believes that new technology should work as well as the old technology that it is intended to replace. In his remarkable book, he takes us on a tour of the future where people - not technology - prevail. Describing how technology will soon have advanced so far that wearable computers that think for us - touching a door handle will unlock a door, picking up a telephone will download your email, a handshake will exchange business cards - Neil Gershenfeld paints a wonderful picture of a society where humans and machines effor tlessly communicate.Biografía del autor:
Neil Gershenfeld is a director at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Media Lab, working on the Things That Think Consortium. He regularly advises companies of forthcoming technology and has written for The New York Times and Time Magazine.
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