In this week’s “Friday Future 5,” Futurist Jack Uldrich discusses the future of generational relationships, the planet’s climate, cancer, parking (yes, parking), and concrete. (The latter is more surprising and fascinating than one might expect.)
In this week’s Friday Future 5, Futurist Jack Uldrich shares some thoughts on biodiversity loss, a new stock exchange for long-term thinking, faster robots, personal car ownership, and using novels to predict the future.
In this week’s “Friday Future Five,” Futurist Jack Uldrich shares some insights on thinking more optimistically, food’s tastier future, smart cement, the future of remote work, and the secrets of super-agers.
This week Futurist Jack Uldrich’s “Friday Future 5” discusses cloud computing’s massive future potential, the future of travel, compostable plastics, lights-out manufacturing, and how to live a fuller life.
In this week’s “Future Friday 5,” Futurist Jack Uldrich discusses the importance of unconventional hiring practices, why electric will arrive sooner than expected, the coming boom in productivity, open-source agriculture, and plant-based tuna.
In this week’s “Friday Future 5,” Futurist Jack Uldrich encourages his readers to think about cutting CO2 emissions, cement-based batteries, 20-hour work weeks, self-driving trucks, and the future of happiness.
This week, Futurist Jack Uldrich encourages his readers to think about Blockchain, geothermal energy, synthetic diamonds, and UFO’s (yes, UFO’s!). He also offers some unsolicited advice to new graduates.
This week Futurist Jack Uldrich encourages his readers to think about Germany’s recent ruling on protection for future generations, how to persuade the unpersuadable, human longeveity, 3D printed ribeye steaks, and unsolicited bits of wisdom.
This week Futurist Jack Uldrich invites his readers to think about the impact of climate change, the exciting opportunities in sustainable technologies, accelerating advances in robotics and 3D printing, the future of cashierless stores, as well as a few “unthinkable” (and scary) possible future scenarios.
This week Futurist Jack Uldrich encourages his readers to think imaginatively about “regreening” the planet, the future of wind and solar power, the future of money, mushrooms ability to “eat” plastics, the oceans ability to grow grains without freshwater or fertilizer, and the benefits of thinking long-term.