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Imagining the Future of Minority Report with Greg Borenstein

Imagining the Future of Minority Report with Greg Borenstein

Show #503 Nov 27 2015 plus show notes

Greg Borenstein is a computer vision expert, game designer, and author. He's currently a researcher in the Playful Systems Group at the MIT Media Lab. He also works as the futurist for the TV Series "Minority Report." The show tries to stay true to the universe of the movie while imagining a realistic (and socially conscious) future in 2065.

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