Cofounder of Apple, Steve Wozniak was right here in Rapid City Monday night telling listeners about his personal vision for the future of technology.
It's part of the John T. Vucurevich Foundations twenty year speaker series.
Wozniak has helped shape the computing industry, and the world, with the first line of Apple products, which helped influence the popular, Macintosh.
He's won numerous awards for his work including the National Medal of Technology from President Ronald Reagan in 1985.
Wozniak says technology is becoming more and more user friendly and is showing no signs of slowing down.
"Now, we are talking to our machines. We're asking them questions. You know, how far is it from Sioux Falls to Rapid City? And we get an answer right back, just like a human would. These are questions I would ask you and I think we're moving more towards machines being like humans," says Wozniak.
There was also a question and answer session moderated by two Douglas High School Seniors, Bryce Boser and Logan Soluri.