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That’s the question we asked the Xconomists, in order to gain a unique view into the future at a time of
breakneck technological change and increasing economic uncertainty.
Their answers paint a picture of the world that is fascinating, and occasionally, sobering. We invite to you explore them in depth by clicking on the names below, and to download a pdf of highlights from the survey.

David BaltimoreDavid
Baltimore
John MaraganoreJohn
Maraganore
Ann Marie SastryAnn Marie
Sastry
Larry BockLarry
Bock
Nathan MyhrvoldNathan
Myhrvold
Len SchlesingerLen
Schlesinger
 John Seely BrownJohn
Seely Brown
Robert NobleRobert
Noble
Drew SenyeiDrew
Senyei
Desh DeshpandeDesh
Deshpande
Nikesh ParekhNikesh
Parekh
Alfred SpectorAlfred
Spector
Esther DysonEsther
Dyson
Todd ParkTodd
Park
Lisa SuennenLisa
Suennen
Vinod KhoslaVinod
Khosla
David PurcellDennis
Purcell
Sebastian ThrunSebastian
Thrun
Robert LangerRobert
Langer
Ramesh RaoRamesh
Rao
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