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What Does The Future Of Crime Look Like?

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What Does The Future Of Crime Look Like?

What Does The Future Of Crime Look Like?

What Does The Future Of Crime Look Like?

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Part 4 of the TED Radio Hour episode Predicting The Future.

About Marc Goodman's TED Talk

Marc Goodman paints a portrait of a grave future, in which technology's rapid development could allow crime to take a turn for the worse.

About Marc Goodman

Marc Goodman heads the Future Crimes Institute, a think tank and clearinghouse that researches and advises on the security and risk implications of emerging technologies. He also serves as the Global Security Advisor and Chair for Policy and Law at Singularity University. He imagines the future crime and terrorism challenges we will all face as a result of advancing technologies. He studies the disruptive security implications of robotics, artificial intelligence, social data, virtual reality and synthetic biology.

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