John Oliver Senior System Architect, Intel
The impact it's going to make on people's lives in unpredictable ways, right? We think we know so much. We don't know anything. For someone -- again, we're on the cusp of some really huge changes with computers. We haven't plateaued. We're just starting. For anyone to think that they can wrap their head around and predict what that's going to look like, that's just pure arrogance to me. We have no clue, and it's going to be exciting. We're stepping into a new age.
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