If you are excited about emerging technologies and how they can solve some of the world’s greatest challenges, strap in for an inside look at Singularity University, courtesy of Bloomberg TV. At the beginning of June, Singularity University was profiled on Bloomberg Brink, an original TV series that aims to explore “the revolutionaries, dreamers and disrupters re-shaping the future of entire industries.”
It’s 22 minutes of awesomeness about what small teams of passionate people are able to accomplish that is bound to inspire.
Bloomberg technology reporter Rachel Crane was on-site at SU’s Silicon Valley campus to speak with co-founders Ray Kurzweil and Peter Diamandis, CEO Rob Nail, and representatives of SU Labs startups about the impact and opportunities resulting from technology advancing at an exponential rate. Described as a place “where the world’s brightest minds convene to attack the world’s toughest challenges,” the program gives an incredible insider view of the amazing technologies emerging through Singularity University. Efforts such as the development of zero-gravity 3D printing from Made in Space and tricorder-like body scanning from Scanadu hold great promise for what exponential growth and technological progress will mean for everyone.
You can watch the entire show at Bloomberg’s site here.