Un futuro senza lavoro?
Era previsto e prevedibile.
Sono le nuove generazioni che, stranamente, pur vivendo immersi nella tecnologia, pensavano che il mondo fosse quello di ieri.
If I’m born again, I want my job to be “Senior Futurist”. This is the job title of a gentleman by the name of Klaus Ægidius Mogensen, who works at the Copenhagen Institute for Futures Studies and has recently released a 62-page report titled Future Technologies.
The report is only available to member organizations, but I want to thank my good friend Alessandra Losito and her employer Pictet for sharing it. Here are a few of the most intriguing possibilities that Mr. Mogensen throws our way (all dates, of course, “subject to some uncertainty”):
- 2020: Free GMO trade agreements between US and EU.
- 2025: The MARS ONE project sends the first colonists to Mars (however, also note the prediction for 2037: MARS ONE gives up sending more colonists to failed Mars colony.)
- 2034: Authorities finally give up censoring the Internet. (Yay!)
- 2040: 75% of cars worldwide…
View original post 452 altre parole