The digital age we live in is as transformative as the Industrial Revolution, and Joshua Cooper Ramo explains how to survive. If you find yourself longing for a disconnected world where information is not always at your fingertips, you may eventually be as useful as the carriage maker post-Henry Ford. It's practically impossible to know where the marriage of imagination and technology will take us (sorry, Betamax and Kodak), and the only certainty is that in the networked world we will only become more intertwined.
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Drawing upon history, economics, complexity theory, human immunology, psychology and his own extraordinary experiences, Joshua Ramo puts forth a radical new model for looking at the world, one that embraces its inherent unpredictability--and offers our best hope for dealing with problems and disasters as they emerge.
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Tonight on the program, Joshua Cooper Ramo discusses his new book, The Seventh Sense: Power, Fortune, and Survival in the Age of Networks.
We conclude with Dag Kittlaus, the co-founder of Siri, which was bought by Apple, and the current C.E.O. and co-founder of Viv.