The future might not be female. Or male, for that matter. New technology and science breakthroughs are starting to blur the lines between gender and identity. What the Future asked quantitative futurist Amy Webb to give us some ideas of things to watch.
There is a fair amount of historical evidence that suggests growing grains to produce beer is the reason humans morphed from hunter-gatherers to an agriculture-based society. Yet in the past 20 to 30 years, there’s been an incredible efflorescence. What does innovation look like in an industry that is as old as civilization itself?
We pride ourselves on burning the midnight oil: working long hours, getting little sleep and optimizing our daily routines for maximum output. As it turns out, productivity is a vice, and we’re all addicted to getting stuff done. (Or at least feeling like we are.) WTF asked quantitative futurist Amy Webb to give us some ideas of things to watch.
If you want to understand the future of healthcare, it’s best to follow many different industries at once. That’s because we’re on the edge of a great convergence, bridging the internet of things, artificial intelligence, collaborative robotics, genomics and voice-based interfaces. GenPop asked best-selling futurist Amy Webb to give us some ideas of things to watch.