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Future Thinking: A few things you want to know about tomorrow

Author: Dr Anthon Botha
Organisation: TechnoScene(Pty)
Publish Date: 2015
Country: Global
Method: Foresight
Theme: Futures
Type: Report
Language: English
Tags: Ocean, humans, non-humans, Technovolution, spaces, oil, Ingested intelligence, Methuselas, technology

We all apply strategic thinking to reduce uncertainty and to maximise competitiveness. But what lies beyond strategy?
…The Future

When we look at the future, we do it in the context of technology trends (not science fiction, but technologies that are recognisable in the research and development phase); the behaviour of people (young and old, in the workplace and in society, at work or at play) and events that change the world (geopolitical events, natural events, predictable and unpredictable events, avoidable and unavoidable events). In this triangle spanned by technology, behaviour and events, we can see the future unfolding in the form of possible probabilities…

New oceans, new tsunamis
The sky is not the limit
New humans…and non-humans
Cluttered spaces, open spaces
The last drop of oil
Ingested intelligence
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