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Foresight Weekly News - August 11, 2019

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6 learning technology trends that are shaping the future of work

It is easy to be excited by the bright lights of new technologies, especially when they hold so much promise for personal and organizational development. Read more

 

The future of professional development

Digital natives entering today’s workforce expect companies to provide them opportunities for professional development and learning. Read more

 

Israel defense ministry unveils ‘combat vehicle of the future’

Israel’s Ministry of Defense unveiled technology that will be used in the combat vehicle of the future, including artificial intelligence and autonomous maneuvering capabilities. Read more

 

The modern-day future

New technological innovations herald our entrance into the age of the future we once only dreamed of. Read more

 

Culture Amp announces Foresight Engine™

Culture Amp has unveiled the HR technology industry’s prediction engine to forecast employee performance and turnover risk. Read more

 

Bicycle that learns has a lot to teach us about AI’s future

A team of Chinese and international scientists has taken a significant step toward demonstrating the potential of such hybrid “Neuromorphic” chips by using one they developed to run an autonomous bicycle. Read more

 

World food crisis looms if carbon emissions go unchecked, UN says

The impacts of climate change on land will raise food prices and risk widespread food instability, says the IPCC's latest report. But there are solutions. Read more

 

The future of retailing: smarter and completely connected

Shoppers today are like kids in a candy store, enjoying all the enticements that the digital revolution has to offer — from next day shipping to deep discounts to real-time order tracking to easy returns. Read more

 

Event

USB roundtable: a glimpse into African futures

2019 marks two decades of Futures Studies at the University of Stellenbosch Business School. As part of their celebration, they have a roundtable discussion, in which they discuss African futures. Read more

 

Publication

The exponential guide to the future of learning

Some education experts predict that classrooms of the past century will soon go by the wayside, in favor of more individualized learning. Read more