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This book has been written with a singular purpose; that all who should enter into the decades of the 2020s, would do so with the breadth of mind needed to sail on the uncertain waters technological disruptions. In 1995, Bill Gates was invited as a guest on The David Letterman Show. He was asked by the host, Letterman to explain the internet and while all the fuss about it. Bill Gates did his best to explain how crucially innovative the internet was, and will be in making information accessible. He was derided by Letterman who believed radio, newspaper and magazines were going to remain dominant. Today, the discussion has gone beyond the internet, we now have phones in our pockets that are millions of times more powerful than all the computing power NASA used in going to the moon. Today the discussion is about Artificial Intelligence, Blockchain, Quantum Computing, the Internet of Things (IOTs), Nanotechnology... and the list goes on and on. The book, ‘2020s & The Future Beyond’ opens the veil into the next decade and the decades that come after it. The Author, Kelly Idehen, draws from his wealth of knowledge, experience and research findings in the areas of science, economics, technology and philosophy to paint a compelling picture of the philosophical and socioeconomic complexities we will be forced to unravel in the coming years when technologies such as Artificial Intelligence, 3D Printing, AR & VR, Nanotechnology, Blockchain and Quantum Computing begin to take center stage in our lives. The book weaves its way through the complex maze of religious sentiments, scientific hypothesis, and the many modern philosophical narratives of our time. The book not only raises important questions for the future, but it also provides the reader with a strong footing on which to begin their search for answers in a future that will be filled with many technological intrigues. This book has been written with a singular purpose; that all who should enter into the decades of the 2020s, would do so with the breadth of mind needed to sail on the uncertain waters of technological disruptions.