Once upon a time, I took this unconventional class called The History of the Future. It was a history class that studied historical social and political issues through the lens of science fiction.

The premise of the class was that science fiction writers take contemporary issues and technologies and then project them into the future with both utopia and dystopia outcomes.

A Personal Invitation
As a member of the MIT Enterprise Forum Northwest community, we'd like to personally invite you to attend MIT Technology Review's 2015 EmTech Digital. You'll gain access to the innovative people and companies at the heart of the next wave of the digital revolution.

Held in San Francisco this year, EmTech Digital explores tomorrow's digital technologies and explains their impact on business and society.

Jimmy Jia                                                                       
Board Chair
MIT Enterprise Forum Northwest





Guest post by Yi-Jian Ngo, managing director of the Alliance of Angels, a leading Seattle-based angel investment group. Originally published by GeekWire. Reprinted with permission.


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