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In the first half of the 20th Century, a wide range of futurists, science fiction writers and others predicted what life would be like in the Year 2000 and beyond. Many of those concepts made such an impact that they left an indelible mark on the public's imagination.
In fact, many people assume that we're still slowly progressing toward that future.
But I'm here to tell you that the real future has already arrived. More than that, the predicted future is boring and inferior to our amazing reality.
Let's compare elements of yesterday's future with what's actually happening now:
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- Lucent Technologies
- Bell Labs
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