"The future has already arrived. It's just not evenly distributed yet"
- William Gibson
About this Quote
This quote by William Gibson suggests that the future is not something that is yet to come, but rather it is currently here. Nevertheless, it is not similarly available or available to everybody. Some people might have access to advanced innovation, while others might not. Some might have access to much better education or opportunities, while others may not. This irregular distribution of the future develops a divide in between those who have access to it and those who do not. It highlights the importance of resolving inequality and ensuring that the future is distributed equally to all, instead of being restricted to a choose few.