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A version of this piece was published as «M. Media Lab Epistemology and Learning Memo No. Everyone in this room would agree that we are moving into something called «the computer future,» a future in which everything will be different because of the presence of computers and other new technologies. In some departments of life, the computer presence is already visible. Coming here from my home, I passed through an airport and bought airplane tickets. These manifestations of the computer are perhaps superficial. They have not changed our lives very much.
It even takes the same amount of time to get your airplane ticket. But there are other departments of life in which no one would say that the use of the computer is superficial. No one who owes his or her life to CAT scans in medicine would think that the role of the computer in transforming medical practice is a superficial matter. What sort of a world will it be?
There is no shortage of experts, futurists, and prophets who are ready to tell us, but they don’t agree. The Utopians promise us a new millennium, a wonderful world in which the computer will solve all our problems. The computer critics warn us of the dehumanizing effect of too much exposure to machinery, and of disruption of employment in the workplace and the economy. Well, both are wrong — because they are asking the wrong question.