The 100 Day Reality Challenge

I know this post will, frustratingly, only apply to UK co-creators who have access to the BBC iPlayer but for those of you who haven't seen it, one of my favourite science authors and 'futurists', Michio Kaku, has done a short series called Visions of the Future about how AI, biotech and quantum technology will transform society in the years to come. They are being shown again on the BBC for those who missed them. I always feel there's cause for optimism about scientific and techological advancement if we just raise our eyes from the clouds of fear that have been cast about us and take the long view. His discussions certainly challenge conventional thinking and are great food for thought. I hope some of you get to enjoy them too.

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Comment by Susan on August 5, 2008 at 8:36am
I think this may be the video, available in a decent sized format and available to us here in the US:
It's entitled "The Quantum Revolution."
I am fortunate enough to have heard him lecture in NY - a fascinating, encouraging thinker!
Thanks for the heads up!
Comment by Chris on July 3, 2008 at 6:16pm
I'm glad I'm not alone in enjoying positive scientific visionaries, Aleta. Do you know of any others I should read/watch?
Comment by Aleta on June 30, 2008 at 8:41am
Thanks for the heads up....I'm quessing the series will find it's way around to the rest of us. Kaku has been a favorite of mine for many years due to his, no head in the sand optimism & humor. I love what you said about raising our eyes from the cloud of fear......certainly Kaku who has more access to "the cloud" than most, is a voice of positive vision...way cool (no pun intended). Thanks again.


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