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    I’m biased against VC’s so my response will reflect that. But this was a 25 minute presentation that pointed out the, IMO quite well known, point that new things tend to go to the edge then centralize. This was explained to me in terms of the iPod. Music in your pocket, now it’s on a server somewhere. Will self-driving cars stay on the edge? Maybe. Anything not latency sensitive will probably move back to being centralized once people understand the technology and the latest wireless networking protocols become common place. So this presentation was far longer than it needed to be but interesting in seeing insight into what the speaker believes the next things to be on the edge will be. But the list is not actually all that interesting because it’s the same stuff we’ve seen for the past 5 - 10 years.