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Foresight Weekly News - May 27, 2019

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The future of science in Europe

On the eve of the European Union’s parliamentary elections, a special issue of Nature examines the prospects for science across the region. Read more


Humane leadership must be the fourth industrial revolution’s real innovation

Do we need a new type of leadership for the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR)? We have heard it many times: the 4IR is not only here to stay, but is moving faster than we thought. Read more


The third wave: the next generation of distributed learning technology

E-learning expert, Stephen Downes argues that we are entering a new generation of distributed web technologies that will change how we view the development and delivery of online learning. Read more


Insights from a leader: The future is all about speed and agility

In a recently produced video, Cummins executives and engineers explain how the company’s IT organization gets its motor running with the latest technologies. Read more


Microsoft and Sony are teaming up for the future of gaming

Microsoft and Sony unveiled a surprising partnership last week that will see the companies collaborate to develop future cloud solutions for game and content-streaming services. Read more


A glimpse into the future of the store

Offline stores are more important than ever despite the eCommerce boom. How will digital technologies transform the future of the store? Michelle Beeson explains. Watch the video


SuperSession: the future of restaurants

The Future of Restaurants puts forward thinking in the spotlight. Sharing the Grand Ballroom stage at McCormick Place will be experts in restaurant technology, from robotics to voice-activated equipment, mobile tools and autonomous delivery. Read more


The flexible future of branding and the death of the logo as we know it

For practical reasons — for the time being at least — brands must adopt a consistent logo and aesthetic. But how much longer will this last? Read more


Why an online-education pioneer bucks some mega-university trends

According to the latest available federal data, World Campus reported the fourth-highest all-online enrollment among public institutions nationally in the fall of 2017, and 21st over all. Read more


The future of smart cities

Smart Cities are fully connected, sustainable, energy efficient, and socially friendly communities that use their infrastructure to intelligently improve the quality of life of those who live and visit there. Read more