The city of Los Angeles has more than a decade to plan for the 2028 Summer Olympics. That means upgrades to sports venues, transportation and security. The thing is, no one can predict exactly what technology will look like that far into the future. For a little perspective, the iPhone came out just 10 years ago. And back then, we didn't have Google Chrome, Uber or the 4G network.
So what might the Olympics of 2028 look like? Marketplace's Adriene Hill discussed the possibilities with Sarah Kunst, founder and CEO of the sport media company Proday. Below is an edited transcript of their conversation.