In the late 90s, when confronted with the task of turning Philip K. Dick’s The Minority Report into a function movie, director Steven Spielberg put together a gap department of forward-thinking minds to envision the technology-saturated world to come. The resulting film was an action film, through and with. However a great deal of what its several collaborators came up with quickly came to be hauntingly prophetic. From gesture-based computing to police drones to the frustrating expansion of personalized advertising, Spielberg’s movie, in several means, explains a future that seems to be quickly closing in on us.
On the celebration of the movie’s 10th anniversary, Wired just recently contacted a dozen of Spielberg’s former soothsayers about how these and other concepts …
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