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CSPAN
May 4, 2014 6:30pm EDT
think there's no doubt. and -- >> one more thing. just, so here we are, we're all obsessed with china, china's tremendous success, great job. so here you are, and imagine we're the equivalent of the politburo, and we're having a conversation about china in 20 years. we look at the demographic trends, disastrous one-child policy and all of that, and then we look at the automation trends. and we realize that a couple hundred million people's jobs, which are in these manufacturing sites, are going to be replaced by robots. what are you going to do? it's not just a u.s. problem. >> it's a global problem. >> it's a global problem. >> so there are also benefits to technology, and some of them are personal. and your first chapter in the book is "our future severals." i'm going to read one of my favorite passages. there'll be no alarm clock, at least not in the traditional sense. instead -- listen to this, everyone -- you'll be aroused by the aroma of freshly-brewed coffee. [laughter] this is my favorite part, and by a gentle back massage administered by your high-tech bed. eric's wife is her
CSPAN
Mar 30, 2014 8:00am EDT
just gave you is. >> there's no doubt. >> one more thing. here we have censored china. tremendous success, great job. imagine were having a conversation about china in 20 years. look at the demographic trends, disasters and all of that and then we look at the automation trends and realize a couple hundred million people's jobs, which are in these manufacturing sites are replaced by robot. what are you going to do? it's not just a u.s. problem. >> said there is also benefit to technology and some of them are personal. the first chapter is our future selves. there'll be no alarm clock in your wake-up routine. at least not in the traditional sense. instead, you'll be roused by the aroma of freshly brewed coffee, but like entering your room a skirt so but not dramatically. this is my favorite part. a gentle back massage administered by your high-tech bag. add spices here. she can do that every morning. eric is administering a back massage. but the rest of us, you're more likely to awake refreshed because inside your mattress is a special sensor that monitors are sleeping with them. >>
CSPAN
Mar 19, 2014 8:00pm EDT
having a conversation about china and 20 her spirit looking at this, and we look at the automation trends and we realize that a couple hundred million people's jobs are in these manufacturing sites are going to be replaced i robot. >> there also benefits and i am going to read one of my favorite passages. there will be no alarm clock in your wake-up routine, not in the traditional sense. instead, listen to this. we will be roused by the aroma of freshly brewed coffee with light entering your room's curtains open automatically. it's my favorite part. and by a gentle back massage and inside your mattress there is a sensor that monitors your weeping rhythms, determining precisely part of this. so your apartment is an electronic orchestra and you are the conductor. and et cetera. so i need this. all of this. and i feel quite confident. >> so is google working on this? it seems like we will have several together. >> her daughter said that we intend to that scenario. >> it's available in every form of analysis today. you can have a cycle of sleep, the book goes on to describe talking to
CSPAN
Mar 9, 2014 10:00pm EDT
the list i gave you. >> there is no doubt. >> one more thing. we are all obsessed with china and its a great job. here you are in the budget we are the equal of the land having a conversation about china in 20 years. then we look at the automation trends and realize a couple hundred million people's jobs which are in these manufacturing site are going to be replaced by robots. what are you going to do? so there are also benefits to technology into some of them are personal and the first chapter i'm going to read one of my favorite passages. there will be no alarm clock at least not in the traditional sense. the aroma of coffee and light entering the room as curtains open automatically and by a gentle back massage administered by the high-tech bed. [laughter] for the rest of us you are more likely to a wake refreshed because inside the match was to get a sensor that monitors your sleeping with him to determine -- them to determine -- >> does everyone have one of these? >> it is and to interrupt your cycle. your department is an electronic orchestra and you are the conductor. the flick
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