More initial hype which will fall short once it gets going.
What's with the ever Blasted phrase, "It will, or has, changed the course of history." ?
What changes is less than thought.
What doesn't change is more than thought.
Or, a better phrase is, "When and who decides what?"
These external inputs - thoughts from others do or can shape what may or may not alter our current thinking or patterns of thought.
Same goes for the last sentence - and this one too.
This merging, in the video above, is just a blip-notion based on a current potentials or possibilities. It has no real basis in reality other than the words themselves.
In other terms:
"Is it a good book?"
"I don't know I'm still reading it."
"Is the book trustworthy?"
"Wait until I can digest it and reflect on the implications."
There's both way too much info presented to unpack, grasp, and determine answers, AND it's nothing new whatsoever - the same old flashy pie in the sky over hyped dreaming of "perfection."
The gee wiz some get from technology is countered by a big yawn in others.
Is continual advancement in cities the best for the environment?
Will people lose their humanity staying in cities?
Is country life any better?
Or, is switching back and forth the way to live?
Or, something all together different?