Some of my science fiction friends have questioned the scientific accuracy of a few of my predictions in The Void. I don’t want to hide behind the excuse of “it’s a horror novel set in space, not a sci-fi novel with horror elements,” and in at least one area I don’t have to. Here’s an article from Reuters describing future computer technology that is not at all unlike what I described in The Void . . .
Tablets with paper-thin screens that can be folded and tucked into your back pocket, artificial intelligence and augmented reality — the stuff of science fiction may be coming to a store near you.