On Becoming and Being a Futurist: An Interview with Wendell Bell *

@inproceedings{Bell2005OnBA,
  title={On Becoming and Being a Futurist: An Interview with Wendell Bell *},
  author={Wendell Bell},
  year={2005}
}
: Please call me "Wendell." I think you'll findthat futurists generally are informal and egalitarian. Wetry to encourage exchanges of ideas and participationfrom everyone at all social levels. [Pause.] I don't seewhy intelligent robots shouldn't be included – at leastthat is what I keep hearing from the InternationalAssociation for the Advancement of TranshumanRobots. 

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