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Foresight Weekly News - January 5, 2020

Sunday, January 5, 2020   (0 Comments)
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This is what the future of healthcare looks like

From improving the navigation of the complex healthcare system to researching cures for cancer, the companies’ missions are having a major impact on the healthcare space. Read more


Architecture students design a ‘healthful’ future

Tyler School of Art and Architecture was among several of the nation’s leading universities to participate in a student design event that highlighted the brilliance and innovation of future healthcare architects. Read more


The battery of the future may come from the ocean

As Wil S. Hylton writes in The Atlantic, the world is poised to start mining the deepest depths of the ocean before we’ve even had a chance to understand what might be lost. Read more


Foresight for a dawning decade: the heady reality of AI’s ‘chapter 2’

Doug Black, the Managing Editor of EnterpriseAI assumes that a big AI trend happening now is identifying where and how AI can be realistically applied, and where it can’t. Read more


Who will the winners be in the future of fintech?

Nik Milanovic, a fintech enthusiast has identified five companies that will be likely the2020s winners in fintech. Learn more


The future of higher education in 2020

A number of faculty members at Nexford University share some topical predictions mainly focused on higher education. Read more


The future of money

Peter Diamandis, the co-founder of Singularity University assumes delves into the future of money and how exponential technologies are disrupting the finance and banking industries. Read more



The future of work: how to thrive in the automated workplace

The University of Arizona is hosting The Future of Work forum in partnership with Southern Arizona Leadership Council, the Arizona Daily Star and others. On January 10th, this event will feature Southern Arizona commerce leaders and educators who will discuss how automation and artificial intelligence are expected to affect the workplace our students will find in the years to come. Find out more



Applied foresight accelerator

The Futures School runs a three-day flagship in-person, hands-on, project-based program that promotes foresight across disciplines and domains. Learn more



The Department of Defense posture for artificial intelligence

In this report, RAND Corporation researchers assess the state of AI relevant to the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD), and address misconceptions about AI. Download the report