Podcast episode 13: Waves of innovation with Marcus Weldon

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Innovation comes in waves, but the head of the technology lab that brought us the transistor, the laser, and cellphones sees things differently this time. Nokia Bell Labs President Marcus Weldon says the wave that’s swelling today isn’t driven by consumers — but by industry. And the man charged with charting the future of 5G wireless says he sees five key ways the world is about to change forever.

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