Future Of Communications Technology

Love it or hate it, the Information Age is here, and computers make it all possible. It's National Science and Technology Week, and in this hour of Science Friday we'll take a look at the future of communications technology. From advanced networking to virtual reality, digital assistants to online libraries, we'll talk about how these technologies will change the way we work and live. Guests: Doug Barney/ News and Market Trends Editor, Network World, Framingham, MA George Strawn/ Director, Division of Networking, Communications Research and Infrastructure, National Science Foundation, Arlington, VA Maria Zemankova/ Deputy Director, Division of Information, Robotics and Intelligent Systems, National Science Foundation, Arlington, VA Lana Porter/ President, Ameritech Library Services, Provo, UT

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