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Foresight Weekly News - September 29, 2019

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Rethink ED: 3 Hallmarks of the future of learning

Recently, innovators in education gathered together in Kansas City, Missouri at Rethink ED (#RethinkED), an event co-sponsored by the Kauffman Foundation and the Debruce Foundation.  Read more

 

A.I. and the future of cheating

What happens when universities can’t tell whether an essay is written by a human or an algorithm? Read more

 

New AI app predicts climate change stress for farmers in Africa

Researchers will unveil their app for climate-smart agriculture to coincide with the UN Climate Action Summit. Read more

 

The future of mobile app trends

Despite the fact, Artificial Intelligence was a prominent name in the last few years, it still continues to be an imperious technology trend in the upcoming years. Read more

 

The future of archeology is plastic

From yogurt containers to Lego pieces, plastic is already becoming part of the excavated past. Read more

 

PODCAST

7 Trends reshaping business in 2020 and beyond

Sheryl Connelly holds the title of Chief Futurist at the Ford Motor Company. In this episode, she talks about the importance of applying a futurist mindset to the heavy equipment industry and seven trends that are reshaping the business world on a global scale. Listen to the podcast

 

EVENT

University of Houston Foresight Seminar - Jan 2020

The Foresight certificate program is a 5-day, project-based, face-to-face workshop. Participants learn to anticipate disruptive change and work towards the creation of transformational change in order to influence the future of their organizations, companies and communities. Figure out details

 

PUBLICATIONS

From strategic analysis to organizational foresight: 65 techniques for diagnosing present realities and potential futures

Matthew Gladden’s book provides a practical step-by-step guide to using dozens of the most important tools for generating organizational insight and foresight. Read more

 

Trusted, ethical, fast-moving and effective: the AFP investigative team of 2030

As technological, economic and social factors change the broader operating environment, police will have to change the way the operate to effectively combat crime and keep communities safe. Download the report

 

Journal of Futures Studies

Latest issue of JFS (vil. 24, no. 1, Sep 2019) is just published with a focus on scenario planning. Download the papers