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Foresight Weekly News – August 2, 2020

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Cars will soon be able to sense and react to your emotions

Emotion-recognition tech can recognize and collect data about our emotions in new cars. Read more


An AI hiring firm says it can predict job hopping based on your interviews

The idea of “bias-free” hiring, already highly misleading, is being used by companies to shirk greater scrutiny for their tools’ labor issues beyond discrimination. Read more


How Salt Lake's buildings affect its climate future

With climate change, we'll need less natural gas for heat and more electricity for cooling -- but what's the balance? Researchers used hyper-localized climate models and building projections to find out. Read more


Is underground farming the future of food?

A subterranean farm deep inside a South Korean subway station may unlock the secret to food sustainability. Read more


4 trends that are shaping the future of work

In the past few months, remote teams and virtual meetings have taken center stage as businesses determine a better way to work through the crisis and beyond. Read more


Remote jobs are the key to the future of transit-oriented development

If more employers embrace full-time remote work arrangements, these types of properties could find an ideal market amongst renters who don’t even need to commute to work in the first place. Read more


Future indicative—work from home will change everything

We will face a future, the future indicative, radically different from that past that we have known. Read more


Coronavirus is shaping military medicine for the future

For the military, the coronavirus pandemic is starting to echo lessons of war and shape the defense medical system in new ways, just as conflicts did in the past. Read more



5 ways entrepreneurs can survive and thrive in a VUCA world

Wayne B. Titus, the author of The Entrepreneur’s Guide to Financial Well-Being recaptures the ways in which entrepreneurs may deal with volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity (VUCA). Read more


Three capabilities agencies must master to succeed in future crises

Bill Eggers, the executive director of Deloitte’s Center for Government Insights considers foresight, agility, and resilience as three vital capabilities for organizations. Read more