Organic solutions to artificial limitations

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From using tech for good to fixing the small stuff in life, Emmet Ryan meets those set to change the world of tech in the years to come – and finds that all of them are trying to blend the best of humanity with AI

It’s somewhat apt that this year’s edition of Connected’s annual look into the future comes in the wake of a one-off return for Tomorrow’s World. As with that series, it’s what people get wrong that will be remembered far more than the accurate calls. The technologies that people get right and the scale of their impact tends to get lost as those tools become normal in every way.

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