Hugo Gernsback, American inventor and publisher (Courtesy University of Manitoba).
The word has changed a lot over the last couple of years, this includes the way people use and view technology. Hugo Gernsback, an inventor originally from Europe, was a person who thrived off of experimenting with new technologies. And somehow, he managed to predict many of the machines (back in the 1920s) that we use today. After hearing his story, I began reflecting on the future of technology that we might be facing post-COVID and how people will change as a result.
Listen to me rambling about how much the future scares me and how I am trying to accept that the unknown is a good thing: