Some of our greatest visionaries explore the world that awaits us
by USA TODAY
What does the future hold? Kitchen avatars instead of cookbooks. Eyeglasses with built-in 3D TV. Flights from New York to Sydney that last two hours instead of 20. USA TODAY asked great visionaries such as Richard Branson, James Cameron, Marc Andreessen, Jack Dorsey and William Clay Ford to imagine our world 30 years from now. Where we will live and what jobs we may have. How we will learn, stay well and be entertained. And how the power of personal technology will affect every aspect of our lives. In USA TOMORROW, experts make predictions that are bold, fascinating and inspiring.
- USA TODAY, November 2012
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