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The future is not what is used to be: Jose Luis Cordeiro at TEDxRio+20

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Published on Oct 10, 2012

The Venezuelen scientist, futurist, economist, engineer and columnist, José Luiz Cordeiro, from the Singularity University, known as the University of the Future on the NASA campus (USA) is also a marathon runner. In 18 minutes, he crossed that finish line after a true run of slides -- complete with technological obstacles! -- in which he covered themes from production of live and free energy (being from artificial bacteria or satellites orbiting the Earth) to the colonization of Mars, passing to the cure of ageing and artificial brains. Ah! And with the right to philosophical pearls of wisdom of the most famous Argentine cartoon, Mafalda. Fantastic realism? Who lives will see! And this "who" he says, will be everyone in the year 2045.


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