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Sci-fi movies are the secret weapon that could help Silicon Valley grow up

Seeing the light: Movies can teach us some valuable lessons Image: REUTERS/Rafael Marchante

Andrew D. Maynard

Professor, School for the Future of Innovation in Society, Arizona State University, Author of Future Rising: A Journey from the Past to the Edge of Tomorrow

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Just because you can…. Jurassic Park discussed the ethics of cloning Image: Universal Pictures
Ex Machina imagines a world where machines can mimic human emotions. Image: Universal Pictures International

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Movies have a long history of bringing people together Image: The National Archives UK, CC BY

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