H. G. Wells first advocated for ‘future studies’ in a lecture delivered in 1902.
I’m Glad the Future Doesn’t Need Us: A Critique of Joy’s Pessimistic Futurism”
(From Computers and Society, Volume 32: Issue 6, June 2003) Continue reading I’m Glad the Future Doesn’t Need Us
While teaching courses in the computer science department at the University of Texas at Austin, I came to believe that 21st-century technologies—especially nanotechnology, genetics, artificial intelligence and robotics—will transform reality. Continue reading A Glorious Future