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Foresight Weekly News – April 5, 2020

Sunday, April 5, 2020   (0 Comments)
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APF and COVID-19

APF members share their insights on current and future challenges shaped by Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak. Find them here.

 

Our post-coronavirus future: 7 ways the tech and services industry could be transformed

Will the pandemic blow away every tech business assumption we’ve ever held, from 5G and bandwidth to legacy tech and the cloud? Read more

 

How the pandemic will end

The U.S. may end up with the worst COVID-19 outbreak in the industrialized world as claimed by Ed Yong, a writer at The Atlantic. Read more

 

The future of learning: top five trends for 2020

Five predominant trends likely fuel the growth of learning by the end of this year. Read more

 

Future of mobility is connected

We live in a world where technology evolves at an exponential pace. As consumers and businesses, we have two choices: be silent observers of these changes or use them for our benefit. For the mobility industry, this change is called the connected car. Read more

 

Future cities of food

What can we learn from China’s megacities and behaviors today, to imagine food places and experiences of tomorrow? Read more

 

Technology and innovation will drive future quality of life in NWI

Children currently enrolled in elementary and middle schools will hold jobs in professions that have yet to be invented. Read more

 

Foresight and innovation policy

Foresight research helps organizations tap into sustainable future opportunities and prepare for changes. Read more

 

11 ideas that went from science fiction to reality

Science fiction has always been a medium for futuristic imagination and while different colored aliens and intergalactic travel are yet to be discovered, there is an array of technologies that are no longer figments of the imagination thanks to the world of science fiction. Read more

 

The UX of flying cars: lessons on designing the future

The flying car business model only makes sense if it’s a massive service as claimed by some experts. Read more

 

PUBLICATION

The four futures of work: coping with uncertainty in an age of radical technologies

Published by the RSA Future Work Centre, Four Futures of Work argues that policy-makers should focus more on how automation will transform all work, not just lead to job losses. Download the report