If you look back too much, there is a good chance you will miss the future and the opportunities it brings, argues Peter Diamandis, Chairman & CEO, X Prize Foundation. What are some of today’s most innovative and thought provoking visions for our future? Watch this video.


Peter Diamandis, Chairman & CEO, X Prize Foundation speaking at Google’s Zeitgeist 2012.

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  1. William Pitcher Friday, December 21, 2012

    Don’t mean to be the typo police, but you might want to double-check that heading. Oui oui?

  2. Lindsworth Horatio Deer Friday, December 21, 2012

    Amazon patents Fall Prevention Technology for smartphones and Tablets – Amazon’s patent that’s Hyde Park on Hudson http://t.co/JaLcFNX

  3. Lindsworth Horatio Deer Friday, December 21, 2012

    GOJ to introduce Solar or Wind powered LED Streetlights in 2013 – Jamaican Les Miserables Energy Sector Liberalization http://bit.ly/1004IiX

  4. loved the line “experts tell you what cannot be done”
    “innovators do the exact opposite” ;-)

  5. He says this when criminals are looting the financial system and destroying listed technology companies like Netflix? The most innovative thing Diamandis could do is to have the techies of Silicon Valley become the new financiers, and make Wall Street/East Cost obsolete in terms of finance, banking, and political influence.


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