Alex Kurtzman talks about ‘Star Trek’ fandom, AI, and where the sci-fi franchise will boldly go next

The enduring space epic was just honored with a Peabody for its vision of an optimistic future. Fast Company spoke with the producer in charge of steering it for the next generation.

It’s almost ironic that Star Trek was born on television. The sci-fi franchise, whose storyline is set in a far-off future where humanity has solved many of its most pressing problems, has now endured almost six decades in spite of a fickle medium that is constantly at the whims of ruthless disruption.

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