Rapid advances expected to transform human life

MODERATOR Christopher Lydon, left, and panelists Michael Lysaght of Brown, Philip Long of MIT, IT consultant Jack Templin and Seth Goldenberg of RISD, discuss the impact of fast-changing technology on society and the economy. /
MODERATOR Christopher Lydon, left, and panelists Michael Lysaght of Brown, Philip Long of MIT, IT consultant Jack Templin and Seth Goldenberg of RISD, discuss the impact of fast-changing technology on society and the economy. /
By 2015, technology will have significantly changed life as we live it in the developed world, impacting every aspect of society and the economy. That message was delivered April 27 at a community forum held at Brown University by the nonprofit technology consortium OSHEAN to discuss the social changes already being caused by rapid advances…

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