Sunday, February 25, 2018

The Next Technological Revolution

We’re all familiar with what is now considered to be the Silicon Valley. Three decades ago, the Silicon Valley was at-best perceived as a conglomerate of self-professed visionaries working in garages or their parents’ basements on lunacy projects. These visionaries toiled, despite all obstacles, if perhaps the biggest obstacle was a society not ready or willing to embrace change, and kept the faith that got them started in the first place. They formed a community, collaborated on projects, ensured invention patenting took place once products became feasible for mass-adoption, and now have more money than most would consider to be appropriate.

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