16 minutes | Mar 5, 2017

Innocence, Innovation and Future Shock

Alvin Toffler and Margaret Mead, an author and an anthropologist who endeavored to understand the impact of scientific invention. In this episode of our series, The Experimenters, we hear from two visionaries who believed that while we’ve started a technological revolution, we don’t quite know where it’s going to take us. But maybe most interesting of all – we get to hearing these archival interviews from the very future these thinkers were trying to imagine. Mead and Toffler guide us into a view of what the present might have been — or perhaps in some ways actually came to pass. Watch the recent animated episodes of The Experimenters: Oliver Sacks George Washington Carver Jacques Cousteau Blank on Blank
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