I remember watching this as a kid and being fascinated by the possibilities the future provided.

I cannot overstate the impact that Omni Magazine had on my life. Smile

The New Frontier (1987) Future of Bionics, Music, Genius, Computers and More – VHS

Here is a RARE VHS rip – “Omni: The New Frontier” (1987) narrated by Peter Ustinov. This look into the future from Omni Magazine includes Bionics (Man and Machine Integrated), Music (Technology and Humanity Joined), Communication (With Other Species and Worlds), Computers (From Deadly Serious to Serious fun), Genius (The Creation of Super Humans) and More.

In today’s economy, financial services firms are forced to contend with heightened regulatory environments and a variety of market, economic and regulatory uncertainties.

Coupled with increasing demand from customers for more personalized experiences and a focus on sustainability/ESG, incumbent Banks, Insurers and Asset Managers are reaching the limits of where their current technology can take them with their Digital Transformation initiatives.

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Silicon may be at the heart of most gadgets, but it’s not the only semiconductor around.

Gallium nitride has been getting a lot of attention recently for it’s electrical properties, which outperform silicon in a lot of areas.

Gallium nitride has the potential to revolution power systems, including solar, electric vehicles, and even phone chargers.

Beyond that, it’s finding uses in the mobile industry, and could even be used to build ultra fast processors.

But how feasible is any of that, and even if it’s possible, how long will it take?