Forbes — June 3, 2016 | Greg Satell
When Ray Kurzweil published his book The Singularity Is Near in 2006, many scoffed at his predictions. A year before Apple launched its iPhone, Kurzweil imagined humans and computers fusing, unlocking capabilities seen in science fiction movies.
His argument is simple — as tech accelerates at an exponential rate, progress could eventually become instantaneous, a singularity. He predicts as computers advance, they could merge with other tech like genomics, nanotechnology and robotics.
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