This week, Futurist Jack Uldrich encourages his readers to think about “a decade of nomadic living and working,” the counter-intuitive findings of diverse teams, carbon tracking technology, “hope punk,” and yet another “end of aging” breakthrough.
Think Like a Teacher: This past week a former teacher of mine passed away. I wrote a short tribute which was graciously published by the Minneapolis Star Tribune. The commentary is entitled “Even in Death, This Teacher Enlightens” and it speaks to how this teacher, Pete Froehle, instructed me by teaching me not “what to…
To start the new year, Futurist Jack Uldrich shares his ten annual predictions for the coming year and also encourages his followers to think about the speed at which 3D printed houses, self-driving trucks, and brain chips might get adopted.
This week futurist Jack Uldrich encourages his readers to think about electric airplanes, micro plastics, shorter work weeks, shape-shifting materials, and vaccines to end aging.
In this week’s “Friday Future 5,” Futurist Jack Uldrich discusses quantum computing, the metaverse, AI, “molecular farming,” and the power of questions.
Today’s “Future Five” covers the future of imagination, non fungible tokens (NFTs), e-bikes, the metaverse, and legals rights for animals.
This week futurist Jack Uldrich encourages his readers to think about the metaverse, the future of banking, the future of food, electric airplanes, and some of the “unthinkable” things drones may do in the near future.
This week, Futurist Jack Uldrich shares with his reads some thoughts on quantum computing, the emerging “dream society,” the future of innovation; and how AI might soon help humans talk with whales.
This week Futurist Jack Uldrich shares some insights about why you need to take futurists “predictions” with grain of salt; how remote work is transforming the suburbs; why Hertz’s order of 100,000 Teslas is a big deal; why you should consider hiring unconventional talent; and how “deep fakes” are getting better and are a serious threat to your business.
This week, Futurist and best-selling author Jack Uldrich encourages his readers to think about the future of Africa, micromobility, work, and urban farming.