I give over 50 keynotes per year. My favorite part is fielding the crazy questions at the end.
In fact, I love answering questions about exponentials and abundance so much that I’ve been encouraging my community (that’s you) to tweet the questions at me using #AskPeterD.
This week, I thought I’d share my video answers to four of my favorite (recent) questions.
Check it out — here are the questions:
- Is there a future of blockchain in government voting?
- How can we incentivize people to work together to help solve the world’s biggest problems?
- How will VR change the business model of supermarkets in the future?
- How will AI, facial recognition, gaming, and other technologies change how companies hire?
Here are my answers:
Is there a future of blockchain in government voting?
How can we incentivize people to work together to help solve the world’s biggest problems?
How will VR change the business model of supermarkets in the future?
How will AI, facial recognition, gaming and other technologies change how companies hire?
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