What are, in your opinion, three key take-aways asserted in Talbott’s “Future Does Not Compute,”chapter 10? How do they matter today? What might they look like in the future? Share your thoughts before Thursday, March 2, 2017’s class as a reply to this post.
Office Hours & Contact InfoSpring 2021: Working remotelyDr. Vinita Agarwal
Associate Professor of Strategic Communications
Department of Communication
FH 272, Fulton Hall of Liberal Arts
via Zoom, by appointment.
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