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'''Joi (Joichi) Ito''' is a Japanese [[futurist]], entrepreneur, activist and is a proffessor and the director of MIT Media Lab.
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'''Joi (Joichi) Ito''' is a Japanese [[futurist]], entrepreneur, activist and professor, as well as the former director of the MIT Media Lab, serving from 2011 to 2019.
  
 
==About==
 
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Joi Ito is currently exploring how radical new approaches to science and technology can transform society in substantial and positive ways.<ref>[https://www.media.mit.edu/people/joi Joi Ito - MIT Media Lab]</reF>
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Joi Ito is currently exploring how radical new approaches to science and technology can transform society in substantial and positive ways.<ref>[https://www.media.mit.edu/people/joi Joi Ito - MIT Media Lab]</ref>
  
 
In 2014, Joi coined a new term, saying; "Instead of futurists, let's be now-ists".<ref>[http://blog.ted.com/instead-of-futurists-lets-be-now-ists-joi-ito-at-ted2014/ Let's be Now-ists]</ref>
 
In 2014, Joi coined a new term, saying; "Instead of futurists, let's be now-ists".<ref>[http://blog.ted.com/instead-of-futurists-lets-be-now-ists-joi-ito-at-ted2014/ Let's be Now-ists]</ref>

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Joi Ito TED talk

Joi (Joichi) Ito is a Japanese futurist, entrepreneur, activist and professor, as well as the former director of the MIT Media Lab, serving from 2011 to 2019.

About

Joi Ito is currently exploring how radical new approaches to science and technology can transform society in substantial and positive ways.[1]

In 2014, Joi coined a new term, saying; "Instead of futurists, let's be now-ists".[2]

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