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    "One of the things I have taken for granted, in terms of how technology works in the world, is the people that develop it and get it out there don't really know what we are going to do with until we have really gotten ahold of it and it has become ubiquitous. And then we wind up doing things that its inventors never dreamed of and those things become the real change drivers. That is actually where the whole technocracy thing falls apart for me, because the people who invented it can't predict what we're going to do with it."

    - William Gibson,
    www.businessinsider.com, added Jul 28, 2017

    William Gibson

    • Born: March 17, 1948
    • Died: July 16, 1896
    • Occupation: Novelist
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