BRIAN DAVID JOHNSON is Intel Corporation’s chief futurist, the man the computer-chipmaking giant entrusts with looking ahead 10 or 15 years and predicting how people will be interacting with its products. He is also someone who passionately argues the future is what we make it, and being pessimistic and fearful is more liable to make it unpleasant.By Brian D. Johnson7 min
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