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Question the Future: A New Keynote Presentation

Posted in Future, Futurist, Keynote Speaking, Questions

Today, the greatest change is the rate of change itself. Put another way, society is transitioning to a period of constant transition. The net effect is that “answers” about the future are decreasing in value. This reality is, paradoxically, placing greater emphasis on the need to ask better questions. In this thought-provoking but practical presentation,…

Futurist Jack Uldrich’s Latest Keynote Presentation–Foresight 20/20: Ten Trends Transforming Tomorrow

Posted in Keynote Speaking

The next decade is only a handful of years away. What might the world of 2020 like look like? How will you and your business have changed? More importantly, how will you and your organization need to change? The answer, in two short words, is: a lot! Consider this: Eight years ago Facebook, YouTube, Twitter…

The Future of Public Speaking is No Illusion

Posted in Education, Future, Futurist, Keynote Speaking, TED Talks

As a professional futurist, I speak frequently about how “augmented reality” will transform a variety of industries. As a frequent keynote speaker, I’m also always looking for innovative new ways to engage my audience with powerful stories, illusions and metaphors. Until yesterday, however, I didn’t fully appreciate how augmented reality may transform the art of…

Unlock the Keys to Failure

Posted in Creativity, Curiosity, Failure, Innovation, Keynote Speaking, Unlearning Lesson

“To kill an error is as good a service, and sometimes even better than, the establishing of a new truth or fact.” – Charles Darwin Question #9: Who coined the phrase, “The survival of the fittest”? Did you say Charles Darwin? If so, you are mistaken. The honor belongs to Herbert Spencer who first used…

Top Ten Healthcare Trends by Futurist Jack Uldrich

Posted in Future, Futurist, Genomics, Health Care, Healthcare Futurist, Keynote Speaking, Life Science/Pharmaceutical, Nanotechnology, Robots, TED Talks

1. Genes That Fit—Finally! (Genomics): The price of sequencing a gene has plummeted 100 million-fold since 1998 and, amid continued exponential progress in sequencing technology, the field shows no sign of abating. This suggests that the cost of sequencing the 3 billion genes in an individual’s genome will drop from $10,000 today to less than…

The Futurist's Dilemma: Partially Solved

Posted in Future, Futurist, Impossible, Keynote Speaking

“This is the futurist’s dilemma: Any believable prediction will be wrong. Any correct prediction will be unbelievable. Either way, a futurist can’t win. He is either dismissed or wrong.” So writes Kevin Kelly is this thoughtful piece. As a professional futurist, it’s a dilemma I struggle with on a daily basis as I help my…

Futurist Jack Uldrich's Upcoming Keynote Speaking Engagements

Posted in Future, Futurist, Keynote Speaking

Aug. 24: Life Science Alley (Minneapolis, MN) Aug. 25: Care Providers of Minnesota (St. Cloud, MN) Aug. 31: Iowa Healthcare Collaborative (Des Moines, IA) Sep. 7: Savannah Ocean Exchange (Savannah, GA) Sep. 13: Farm Credit Corporation (Newport, RI) Sep. 17: New York Healthcare Association (Saratoga, NY) Sep. 19: TEDx 1,000Lakes (Grand Rapids, MN) Oct. 6:…


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