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Foresight Weekly News - September 22, 2019

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Educators can shape the future now

Katherine Prince, APF member and Vice President at KnowledgeWorks believes that today’s approaches to personalized learning are not the end. Instead, they represent crucial steps along the way toward increasingly human-centered and equitable learning. Read more

 

The future of work is rooted in purpose

New efforts are being made to help better prepare citizens for changes in the labor market and identify training opportunities for emerging careers. Read more

 

The future of work is diverse and distributed

The rise of a new, remote workforce allows innovation to be boundless and collaboration to be global. In an increasingly hub-less world, it’s essential to attract and retain diverse talent now more than ever. Read more

 

The future of energy policy

At a time of partisan bickering and talk about the Green New Deal, the politics around energy and climate change can be difficult to navigate. Read more

 

The man who saw our energy future: T. Boone Pickens, R.I.P.

If the United States doesn’t find itself going to war on the Saudi peninsula last week, we owe one man a posthumous thanks: T.Boone Pickens, who passed away at age 91 on September 11. Read more

 

Decolonizing the future: museums as agents of generational equity

Elizabeth Merritt, a commentator at American Alliance of Museums believes museums can promote generational equity in how we structure and run our institutions. Read more

 

The technology of the future is changing business today

Tech billionaires Elon Musk and Jack Ma put artificial intelligence in the spotlight when they staged a public debate on the future of the technology earlier this month. Read more

 

VIDEOS

What streaming means for the future of entertainment

In a talk and demo, Twitch cofounder Emmett Shear shares his vision for the future of interactive entertainment -- and explains how video game streaming is helping people build communities online. Watch the video

 

The future of architecture

As NCARB's Futures Collaborative studies how technological advances and shifts in practice could impact the future of licensure, they asked their members to share their thoughts on the future of architecture. Watch the video

 

EVENT

Ethics and the future of AI

Rutgers University’s School of Arts and Sciences holds and interesting event on October 03, 2019. Responsible AI in the Software Industry, AI and the Future of the Mind, and Designing Fairer Human-Facing Algorithms are among the topics that will be discussed by experts. Find out more