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Faster Fashion: How Making Clothes Has Become Like Making Software

Since the factory days of the Industrial Revolution, the apparel business has built up a planet-spanning supply chain with an enormous global footprint. Today, many of its manufacturing procedures, relics of its industrial past, have become grossly inefficient, resulting in stockpiles of unused and unworn waste. Inventor-futurist Pablos Holman thinks we can do better. On stage at the Singularity University Global Summit, Holman acted as tour guide for the information technologies that are giving humanity.
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