字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント I'm a professor of physics, but I'm also a futurist. And I say, when you think about the future, hold onto your hats. Every once in a while, there is this technology which changes the entire landscape. We have a paradigm shift, a game changer, like for example the coming of the printing press with moveable type. Within just a few years, we had almost a million manuscripts circulating throughout Europe. And that set into motion one of the greatest transitions and that is the Renaissance. A renaissance of knowledge. 5G technology should be seen in that light. We're talking about unleashing the floodgates. When you first hear about 5G you learn that it's maybe 100 times faster than 4G and you say to yourself, “Great. Wow. My favorite movie in just a few seconds.” And then you say to yourself, “is that all? I mean just faster downloads, getting a Hollywood movie in a matter of seconds? Is that it?” No. I think in the future the internet will be in your contact lens. You will simply blink and have access to the entire storehouse of knowledge on the planet Earth. There are millions of Americans that do not have easy access to broadband technology and that's where 5G comes in 'cause they realize the importance of being connected to the rest of the world. That's a precious commodity-connectedness. Think of what that's gonna do to society's productivity. To our interconnectedness. To our job market. To the economy. To enrich and empower our lives.