Posts Tagged ‘futuristgerd‘

Gerd Leonhard: New Website ‘futuristgerd.com’ now online

The web site of Futurist, Keynote Speaker, Author and CEO of The Futures Agency Gerd Leonhard, http://www.futuristgerd.com, has been updated and enjoys a brand new, contemporary design. Again a reflection of his extensive work, the various sections have been redesigned for faster viewing across all platforms, for

Top 25 Futurist Blogs

Develop your concept of what the future can look like by browsing through 25 of the best futurist blogs online. Two of which belong to TFA’s own Gerd Leonhard and Glen Hiemstra! These visionaries discuss how your life will change whether you like it or

AI will not turn into a Frankenstein’s monster

The singularity – or, to give it its proper title, the technological singularity. It’s an idea that has taken on a life of its own; more of a life, I suspect, than what it predicts ever will… Read more from The Guardian via Pocket

The Future Show, Season 1 Episode 1: Privacy Failure

The Future Show with Gerd Leonhard. Season 1, episode 1: Privacy Failure (by Gerd Leonhard) Brand new, just released! In this episode: Is privacy really dead? Would a world without anonymity really be desirable? Should we simply accept that our communications, opinions, images, movements and

Being Human in a Digital Society

Being Human in a Digital Society: This is the ENGLISH language version of my talk at Future Day in Istanbul, see http://gelecekgunu.org/eng/default.asp for details. You can download the slides etc at http://gerd.fm/1mZmwGd

The Strongest Careers Are Non-Linear | via LinkedIn

Link: The Strongest Careers Are Non-Linear | via LinkedIn “Agents represent workers who pick and choose projects that match them rather than signing on for indefinite amounts of time. The Harvard Business Review calls this supertemping. Business Week calls it going Hollywood. But here’s the

Good piece on Twitter and its future role in media (via Reuters)

Link: Good piece on Twitter and its future role in media (via Reuters) But last week, in the wake of the Boston bombings, some of those who previously viewed Twitter as an indispensable news source began turning against the service upon discovering that the wisdom