Just posted on an OnPoint Innovation And the Future podcast with Peter Diamandis of X-Prize. Here Paul Gilding reflects on an annual TED gathering which focused on that same topic. Extremely balanced, thoughtful review.

From Gilding:

These technologies are adding real value to our lives and driving change, but they are not transforming the foundations of our current economy. They also don’t threaten a powerful industry that then fights against their success. The oil industry alone is a $3 trillion per year economic powerhouse, add on coal, cars and fossil fuelled power stations and it’s going to take more than a Steve Jobs design genius, to get that amount of capital to move aside. Thus the question becomes time, something we’re out of.
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