Program for the future

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Program for the Future is an organization inspired by the ideas of Douglas Engelbart and is dedicated to experimenting with ways to solve complex global issues by augmenting our collective IQ.

Program for the Future recently sponsored a conference at The Tech Museum in San Jose, where several hundred people convened both face to face and online to explore the Engelbart Hypothesis.[1]


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