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Imaginable Tech vs Unimaginable Tech

Voice commands wouldn’t shock someone from the 1960s — so what technologies are we failing to imagine in 2021?

Pete Campbell, inventing Alexa

Earlier this week, I asked Alexa — the Amazon-designed voice-activated assistant, which is accessible via a worrying number of Echo devices in my house — to turn the radio on. I do this several times a day, but I’ve…




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