Foresight Weekly News - March 1, 2020
Sunday, March 1, 2020
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Humanlike AI: gimmick or glimpse of the future?
The industry is moving toward AI assistants that look more and more like real people because we are more trusting of them when they do look like us. Read more
Humane leadership must be the fourth industrial revolution’s real innovation
Many assume that the 4IR is not only here to stay, but is moving faster than we thought. The real question is whether leadership is also adapting to this new business environment. Read more
Advanced technologies offer factory workers unprecedented opportunities to organize their jobs in a more autonomous way. Industrial work, jobs and skills are therefore being radically rethought. Read more
Future of people analytics: what lies ahead for data-driven HR?
Intelligent, data-driven HR is transforming many aspects of how HR teams serve the people in their organizations. The technology is changing fast, too – faster than what might been have anticipated. Read more
The future of phones: what is foldable glass?
Bendable glass technology is essential for making better foldable phones and tablets. Read more
Human composting could be the future of deathcare
‘Natural organic reduction’ turns a corpse into two wheelbarrows’ worth of soil in four to six weeks. Read more
SMART goals or OKRs?
Executives who want to dramatically increase their success should implement Objectives with Key Results (OKRs). Read more
The 2020 Census
The 2020 Census counts every person living in the 50 states, District of Columbia, and five U.S. territories. Watch the video
The Natural History Museum’s ‘First Fridays’ lets you travel to the future while you party
The museum’s popular First Fridays Series, which has been going on for more than a decade, kicks off March 6 with the first of four monthly after-hours events that look at the future of things to come in fields such as medicine, the environment, architecture and food. Learn more
Experts tackle issues on ‘work of the future’
Academic, business and government leaders began a conversation for the new decade on what the future of the job market will look like in New Hampshire. Read more
Who is right, Lyn or Pam?
Ivana Milojević published a paper in the Journal of Futures Studies to inspect the possibility of using conflict resolution scenario methods (CRSM) to resolve an organizational conflict. Access the paper