On the 31st of December 1983, Isaac Asimov predicted what the world of 2019 might look like, as part of The Toronto Star’s feature leading into the namesake year of George Orwell’s 1984. 35 years later,
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Back in 1983, science fiction writer Isaac Asimov was asked to predict how the world would look in 2019. His thoughts, written originally for the Toronto Star newspaper, can now be compared against reality.
Computer scientist and professor Eugene Fiume talks about what science-fiction writer Isaac Asimov got right and wrong in his predictions of 2019. Transcript DEBBIE ELLIOTT, HOST: Thirty-five years ago,
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