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What digital marketing will look like in 5 years

What digital marketing will look like in 5 years Brian David Johnson
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In this exclusive interview, Intel futurist Brian David Johnson gives us some startling predictions on how life for marketers is about to change dramatically. This conversation will make your hair stand on end.

In 5 years, everything will be a computer

As the size of the computer chip approaches nonexistent, everything can and will be a computer. Digital marketing is about to get a lot more complicated.

Will TV and magazines die?

Digital marketers might secretly be wishing for the death of traditional media. Here's why you might not want to plan their funeral just yet.

Screens, screens, and more screens

Think managing cross-platform campaigns is hard today? Intel's futurist explains why screens will soon be everywhere from public parks to on your own clothes.

Stupid ideas will rule the day

Are you over-thinking current trends and trying to predict where things are headed? Brian David Johnson says it's the dumb ideas that will spawn the genius of tomorrow.

It turns out that people will still love conferences

Here's some good news for humanity: People like people. In five years, here's why you can breathe a sigh of relief that we all won't communicate via holograms and digital avatars.

The future is Brian David Johnson's business. As a futurist at Intel Corporation, his charter is to develop an actionable vision for computing in 2020. His work is called "future casting"—using ethnographic field studies, technology research,...

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