Predicting the future of technology: How is that done?
From NPR and KPLU Radio:
Every month on The Digital Future, Strategic News Service publisher Mark Anderson shares his analysis and predictions with KPLU’s Dave Meyer. Today, we learn how he looks into the future.
Mark has been making predictions about technology and economics since 1995. His publicly graded accuracy rate over the past 10 years is over 93%.
Some of his more notable predictions:
- Steve Jobs’ return to Apple in 1996
- The global liquidity collapse of 2008
- The development of what he calls the “CarryAlong” format which includes tablets and netbooks
How does he make these predictions?
Listen to the interview here.