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Killing PowerPoint and Changing the World

March 21, 2011 No Comments

A future tool that would take our outline for a talk and craft it into an interesting story/script would be incredible. Then, once the script was created, a computer could parse the thoughts behind it and suggest images to enhance it. Those images could be crafted into a movie that would help convey the core meaning of our ideas without the need to put actual words on the screen.

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