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Jack Uldrich’s “Future Friday 5:” November 3, 2023

Posted in Future, Future 15, Future Proof, Think

Think: I found this short article, The Mega-trends that Will Shape Our Future World, to be very insightful. My favorite category was “Innovation to Zero” by which the author means that crime, disease, hunger and pollution will all move in the direction of zero in the near future. Think Again: This Harvard Business Review article,…


Jack Uldrich’s “Friday Future 5:” September 8, 2023

Posted in Future, Future 15, Future Proof, Futurist, Think

Think Optimistically: Over tens of thousands of years, the human brain has been trained to optimize around the notions of fear and scarcity. The reason for this is simple: The world our ancestors occupied was a scary place and it was hard to find food. I will be the first to admit that the world…


Jack Uldrich’s “Friday Future 5:” August 11, 2023

Posted in Future, Future 15, Future Proof, Think

Think in Questions: Given the extraordinary advances in everything from artificial intelligence and robotics to biotechnology, nanotechnology, gene-editing and regenerative medicine, here is a question all of us should spend some time thinking about: How Old Can Humans Get? (Hint: One leading scientist thinks the answer may be 1,000 years–or more.) Think Different: What’s the…


Jack Uldrich’s “Friday Future 5:” July 28, 2023

Posted in Future, Future 15, Future Proof, Think

Think in Questions: If you haven’t yet watched the new movie, “Oppenheimer,” I highly recommend it. One of the most interesting things for me is that at the time the scientists first tested the atomic bomb in New Mexico in 1945 there was a “non-zero” chance that the weapon might ignite the atmosphere and destroy…


Jack Uldrich’s “Friday Future 5:” July 14, 2023

Posted in Future, Future 15, Future Proof

Think: It is not uncommon to think that whatever era you live in represents the peak–or sum–of all human knowledge. From the perspective of the future however, our “present day” knowledge may well seem laughable. To this end, advances in quantum biology could revolutionize our understanding of how life works. If this is true then…


Jack Uldrich’s “Friday Future 5:” October 7, 2022

Posted in Future, Future 15, Future Proof, Think

Editor’s note: I am in eastern Montana this week following my own advice and taking a “Think Week.” This week’s “Future 5” will be short. I have placed little editorial comment next to any of the articles. My advice: Just pick one article that intrigues you and spend a few minutes reflecting on it. Cheers,…


Jack Uldrich’s “Friday Future 5:” September 23, 2022

Posted in Future, Future 15, Future Proof, Futurist, Think

Think Bigger: It is not easy but, over the years, I’ve trained myself to pay more attention to information that stands in opposition to an existing belief. One assumption I have held is that plant-based “meats” will negatively impact the sale of tradition meat. This may still happen in the future but, according to this article,…


Jack Uldrich’s “Friday Future 5:” October 22, 2021

Posted in Future, Future 15, Future Proof, Think

This week, Futurist and best-selling author Jack Uldrich encourages his readers to think about the future of Africa, micromobility, work, and urban farming.


Jack Uldrich’s “Friday Future 5:” April 2, 2021

Posted in Future, Future 15, Future Proof, Think

This week Futurist Jack Uldrich encourages his readers to think about full-spectrum thinking, a feminist internet, mRNA technology, innovation, and about different concepts of time.


Jack Uldrich’s “Friday Future 5:” August 14, 2020

Posted in Future, Future 15, Future Proof, Futurist, Think

From reframing problems and learning from history to quantum computers and poems about love, Futurist Jack Uldrich dishes out his weekly “Future Friday 5” with five “tomorrow things” to think about today.


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