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When someone asks me what I do, and I tell them that I’m a futurist, the first thing they ask “what is a futurist?” The short answer that I give is “I use current scientific research in emerging technologies to imagine how we will live in the future.”However, as you can imagine the art of futurology and foresight is much more complex. I spend my days thinking, speaking and writing about the future, and emerging technologies. On any given day I might be in Warsaw speaking at an Innovation Conference, in London speaking at a Global Leadership Summit, or being interviewed by the Discovery Channel. Whatever the situation, I have one singular mission. I want you to think about the future.
Modern K-12 public libraries will offer intensely engaging learning environments to all students. How they will go about doing this is less certain, but the principal trends are readily identified in various research efforts.
Go ahead and take a wild guess as to how many lines of code make up the entirety of Google’s services. We’re talking everything here — search, Gmail, YouTube, Google Docs etc. Now you might want to aim high because there’s a good chance that even your best guess will come in far below the actual figure — a whopping 2 billion lines of code. Now how about taking a stab at how large Google’s entire codebase is? How bout trying 86 terabytes on for size. These interesting tidbits come courtesy of Google engineering manager Rachel Potvin who disclosed it at the @Scale engineering conference earlier this week. Not surprisingly, the topic of Potvin’s talk centered on the benefits and challenges associated with storing
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