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The Internet of Things Connects the Future of Business - Brian Solis

The Internet of Things Connects the Future of Business - Brian Solis | The Future | Scoop.it

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The Origins of Futurism

The Origins of Futurism | The Future | Scoop.it
The celebrated science fiction writer and author of Tomorrow Now, explains why you don't need to be clairvoyant to predict the future...

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12 Changes Coming To The Future Of Learning - Edudemic

12 Changes Coming To The Future Of Learning - Edudemic | The Future | Scoop.it
The future of learning is exciting, filled with innovative ideas, and no one in their right mind knows more than that. Anyone who says otherwise is pulling your leg.
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'Robohope': First talking humanoid robot launched into space

A small Japanese robot, Kirobo, that boasts the abilities to talk, recognize voice and emotions, as well as to learn, has been sent to the International Spac...
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Putting people first » New NESTA paper on good and bad futurology

Putting people first » New NESTA paper on good and bad futurology | The Future | Scoop.it
A new NESTA paper, Don't stop thinking about tomorrow, navigates the myths and realities of good and bad futurology, from economic forecasting to science fiction. Since time immemorial, people have tried to predict the ...
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The Wondrous, slightly Creepy World of Japanese Retro Futurism ...

The Wondrous, slightly Creepy World of Japanese Retro Futurism ... | The Future | Scoop.it
The Wondrous, slightly Creepy World of Japanese Retro Futurism. In "Uncategorized" on June 27, 2013 at 11:53 am. Getting to work on propellor-driven high-speed swans, robots babysitting the kids while the parents are having tea in space ...
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The Future of Digital Marketing Trends: It's All in Your Head | Level Up

The Future of Digital Marketing Trends: It's All in Your Head | Level Up | The Future | Scoop.it
This July, the Internet exploded with controversy about a newly developed digital marketing technology. The agency BBDO had developed a new type of broadcasting device capable of sending sound vibrations directly into ...
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A techno-optimist's prediction for the next mass extinction, and how to survive it - Concord Monitor

A techno-optimist's prediction for the next mass extinction, and how to survive it - Concord Monitor | The Future | Scoop.it
A techno-optimist's prediction for the next mass extinction, and how to survive it
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In Scatter, Adapt, and Remember, Annalee Newitz presents a sort of prophylaxis for the apocalypse.
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Predicting the future of artificial intelligence has always been a fool's game

Predicting the future of artificial intelligence has always been a fool's game | The Future | Scoop.it
From the Darmouth Conferences to Turing's test, prophecies about AI have rarely hit the mark. But there are ways to tell the good from the bad when it comes to futurology

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Finding the Future at SXSW: What New Trends Will Pop In 2014 ...

Finding the Future at SXSW: What New Trends Will Pop In 2014 ... | The Future | Scoop.it
Written by Todd Hansen. A former teacher lugs his bulky 3D printer in and out of Austin bars at SXSW 2009. Some shrug him off as a novelty act. Others freak out. Some just order another shot...to fill the cup he just printed for ...
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Steven McCabe: The dark art of futurology ... - Birmingham Post

Steven McCabe: The dark art of futurology ... - Birmingham Post | The Future | Scoop.it
For as long as humanity has had the ability to think, there has been a tendency to engage in speculation about what the future will be like.
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7 Standout Trends in Future Urban Mobility

7 Standout Trends in Future Urban Mobility | The Future | Scoop.it
I really enjoy Meeting of the Minds’ unique combination of technology and regional planning.
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You Should Be Afraid of Artificial Intelligence

You Should Be Afraid of Artificial Intelligence | The Future | Scoop.it
How we can ensure humans will be able to control AI once it achieves human-level intelligence? We have to start NOW. (How we can ensure humans will be able to control AI once it achieves human intelligence ?
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Meet the Futurists: 8 Visionary Thinkers

Meet the Futurists: 8 Visionary Thinkers | The Future | Scoop.it
The world of tomorrow is being forecast—and shaped—by a small group of visionary thinkers with massive intellects and egos and increasingly large followings.
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Futurism Becomes Retro-Futurism: An Interview with Steven Wilson ...

Futurism Becomes Retro-Futurism: An Interview with Steven Wilson ... | The Future | Scoop.it
Having established himself at the forefront of global progressive music, Steven Wilson wont rest on the success of Porcupine Tree if sonic borders remain to be breached. But first he has to find a way to signal past the noise, ...
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Mobile Device Battles - In Photos: Top 10 Strategic Technology Trends For 2013

Mobile Device Battles - In Photos: Top 10 Strategic Technology Trends For 2013 | The Future | Scoop.it
In 2013, mobile devices will pass PCs to be most common Web access tools.
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