As Doug Engelbart points out, augment me. Tell me what restaurants to go to, what articles to read, what fashion to overpay for and on and on. This is not easy stuff to pull off. Riches will be heaped on Free Radicals who solve the adaptive puzzle, because at the end of the day, augmentation is the ultimate in productivity and we will all benefit. It’s not without its thorns—privacy being the biggest one—but it’s going to be as big a game-changer as everything else. If you can harness adaptive technology, so many other things will fall into place. By the way, voice recognition and personalized medicine have both been spectacular failures as businesses. Am I wrong about this adaptive thing?