Future Tense

MAGINE A WORLD WHERE FOOD COMES OUT OF 3-D printers, our brains connect to the cloud, and consciousness can move from one being to another to cheat death. This is the not-so-distant future that humorist and business expert Stanley Bing portrays in , his latest work of columnist and author of ? and , shares how technology is shaping our today and tomorrow.

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