You know how whenever kids hang out they eventually wind up sitting in silence, texting each other (and friends who aren’t physically there)? Well, hold onto your hats. It’s going to get weirder. I contend that digital telepathy is an inevitability in our lifetimes. That’s right, I said it. In fact, I’ll wager that within two decades, we will be regularly communicating back and forth, via thought, in any language, with anyone in the world.
It might seem a bold statement, but I further assert that at some point (and relatively soon) nobody’s going to have to talk to anybody anymore. Digital telepathy will become the norm and talking out loud will seem cumbersome and archaic.
Here’s how it’s going to work…
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