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Foresight Weekly News – April 12, 2020

Sunday, April 12, 2020   (0 Comments)
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APF and COVID-19

APF members offer COVID-19 resources to clients and the public. Find them here

 

What will the world be like after coronavirus? Four possible futures

There are a number of possible futures, all dependent on how governments and society respond to coronavirus and its economic aftermath. Read more

 

How the world will look after the Coronavirus pandemic

The pandemic will change the world forever. 12 leading global thinkers share their predictions. Read more

 

8 things we can learn about systems thinking from the Coronavirus crisis

Systems Thinking encourages us to think deeper so we can do more than just react to events. When we look deeper at a situation or event - to find the underlying systemic patterns (repeating events, etc.) - we can predict what’s going to happen before it happens. Read more

 

AI can help scientists find a COVID-19 vaccine

Artificial intelligence has already played a vital role in the outbreak since day 1—a reminder for the first time in a while that it can be a tool for good. Read more

 

What the shift to virtual learning could mean for the future of higher education

Tectonic shifts in society and business occur when unexpected events force widespread experimentation around a new idea. Read more

 

Talking digital future: artificial intelligence

Jonathan Reichental, the CEO of Human Future believes that AI is not only a product of Industry 4.0, but also an impetus as to why the fourth industrial revolution is currently happening and will continue to do so. Read more

 

Imagining the future connected business

Walking around the office of 2030, it is fair to assume that technology will play an even bigger role, but it may not be time to write human workers off just yet. Read more

 

Speculative design: A design niche or a new tool for government innovation?

the aim of a design process is always to improve the future, which is why the future is often a dominant factor in different design activities. Read more

 

DISCUSSION

The economic wallop of COVID-19: Q&A with RAND experts

Several RAND researchers discuss the outlook for the economy and strategies for relief and recovery when the COVID-19 crisis ends. Read more

 

VIDEON

New normal in the age of COVID-19

Ben Hammersley, a leading futurist defines the new normal in the age of Coronavirus. Watch the video