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The Future *
* (noun) 1. a) time that is to come, b) what is going to happen. 2) an expectation of advancement or progressive development.

Norwich faculty and experts consider the future of winter, college, climate change, killer robots, smart systems, research, our brains, architecture, social media and democracy, and more

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