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MADISON Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld once said there are known knowns, known unknowns and unknown unknowns. University of Wisconsin-Madison Director of Executive Education Linda Gorchels used this statement Wednesday night as a catalyst to discuss probable tomorrows and future predictions. By drawing upon major points made......

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There is no place that technology doesnt exist. We have so much capability, as far as technology, that we dont even know what we dont know. We also have technology available every time you turn around. People cant escape the noise. You cant escape technology, Gorchels said.

The Madison chapter of the World Future Society will reconvene September 2004.

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Source:wistechnology.com By Kristin V. Johnson 05/24/04


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