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What Will Be

Author : Michael L. Dertouzos
ISBN : 9780061873324
Genre : Social Science
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Michael Dertouzos has been an insightful commentator and an active participant in the creation of the Information Age.Now, in What Will Be, he offers a thought-provoking and entertaining vision of the world of the next decade -- and of the next century. Dertouzos examines the impact that the following new technologies and challenges will have on our lives as the Information Revolution progresses: all the music, film and text ever produced will be available on-demand in our own homes your "bodynet" will let you make phone calls, check email and pay bills as you walk down the street advances in telecommunication will radically alter the role of face-to-face contact in our lives global disparities in infrastructure will widen the gap between rich and poor surgical mini-robots and online care will change the practice of medicine as we know it. Detailed, accessible and visionary, What Will Be is essential for Information Age revolutionaries and technological neophytes alike.

The Death Of Distance

Author : Frances Cairncross
ISBN : 0752812505
Genre : Telecommunication
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Frances Cairncross is the media editor for The Economist magazine. With this book she offers an analysis of the changes taking place in the telecommunications industry and the effects these will have on business and society.

The Edge Of Medicine

Author : William Hanson
ISBN : STANFORD:36105131612884
Genre : Health & Fitness
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A trauma physician and medical inventor reveals the changing face of medicine as he looks forward ten to fifteen years to reveal the revolutionary changes and cutting-edge technology that will alter how patients are treated, from robotic surgery to telehealth software, and examines the moral and ethical challenges of future medicine. 35,000 first printing.

The Big Ten

Author : Jeffrey E. Garten
ISBN : UCSD:31822023764475
Genre : Political Science
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A former Undersecretary of Commerce for International Trade envisions several powerful markets--including China, India, and Brazil--emerging in the next century and challenging the United States as world powers.

The Invention And Discovery That Will Change Our Lives

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ISBN : PSU:000021930935
Genre : Blissymbolics
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The Unfinished Revolution

Author : Michael L. Dertouzos
ISBN : 9780061755477
Genre : Business & Economics
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In a world spiralling into a state of technological excess, Michael Dertouzos shows us how to make technology—in all its infinite varieties—work for, rather than against, us in our everday business lives. Now includes a new foreword by Tim Berners-Lee, inventor of the World Wide Web. At its core, Dertouzos' manifesto is this: Simplify the use of technology to the point where it works FOR us rather than having it dictate the way we live and work. This book is about getting to the point where computer fads give way to a true Information Revolution. To get there, we must abandon our current preoccupation with machine complexities and set a goal that is as simple as it is powerful: Information technology should help people do more by doing less. Dertouzos offers a look at the future and place of technology in everyday life: Where would a world of truly easy to use technology lead the human race? How might people change their way of life and work, their politics, their self perception and their quest for the meaning of life in such an environment?

20 Per Gallon

Author : Christopher Steiner
ISBN : UOM:39015080873584
Genre : Business & Economics
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Discusses the inevitable rise of gasoline prices and how it will affect everyday life, focusing on the positive aspects including less air pollution, fewer outsourced jobs, and an increase in local foods and produce.

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