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  • Learn The Science of Organizational Transformation
    by Kyle Nel on 15 Luglio 2019 at 13:00

    Anyone who has tried to lead transformational change within a large company knows how hard it is to move from meetings to action. Sometimes even mentioning a new, bold idea can throw a team into disorder. How will we navigate a project outside of our core business? What if it fails?  These are just a… The post Learn The Science of Organizational Transformation appeared first on Singularity University. […]

  • How to Achieve Escape Velocity for Reinvention and Exponential Growth
    by Nick Davis on 15 Luglio 2019 at 13:00

    “We are living in incredible times where the only constant is change, and the rate of change is increasing.”—Peter Diamandis, Executive Founder and Director, Singularity University Change is one of the few constants we all face throughout our personal and professional lives. Regardless of your role or industry, your organization is bound to go through… The post How to Achieve Escape Velocity for Reinvention and Exponential Growth appeared first on Singularity University. […]

  • SU Welcomes 17 New and 21 Renewed Chapters
    by Dharmishta Rood on 11 Luglio 2019 at 13:00

    SingularityU Chapters play an integral role in bringing together local communities, galvanizing them to achieve common goals, and spreading SU’s mission around the world. Today, we are excited to welcome 17 new Chapters and 21 renewed Chapters, bringing the total number of Chapters to 173 in 72 countries, and three new nations to the SingularityU… The post SU Welcomes 17 New and 21 Renewed Chapters appeared first on Singularity University. […]

  • New interview video: Futurist Gerd Leonhard in conversation with Emily Miller (NetApp): how will we ensure the collective benefit of technological progress?
    by Gerd Leonhard on 11 Luglio 2019 at 10:25

    This is episode / excerpt #2 of a recent interview with Netapp’s Emily Miller – watch the entire conversation here. How will we make sure that technology will still serve humanity in the future? Are we destined to ‘transcend humanity’? How will we govern technology in the future? What do we WANT to be (not […]

  • Visiting the Future with Thomas Frey of the DaVinci Institute
    by Charles Warnock on 10 Luglio 2019 at 18:12

    The post Visiting the Future with Thomas Frey of the DaVinci Institute appeared first on Futurist Speaker. […]

  • The Future Of Ep.25 – cavi sottomarini di Google, robot per anziani, privacy ko, costi del cambiamento climatico, hamburger dalla CO2
    by Andrea Ferrante on 10 Luglio 2019 at 16:30

    Cavi sottomarini e satelliti: Google, Amazon, Facebook e Microsoft investono nell’infrastruttura. I robot per gli anziani: servirebbero anche da noi, ma non sfondano. Il caso del Giappone. La settimana nera della privacy: i guai di Google, Amazon e 7-Eleven. Gli economics dell’aumento delle temperature: quanto ci costa un grado e mezzo in più. Solar Foods e le proteine sintetizzate letteralmente dall’aria. […]

  • The potential beyond the threshold of space tourism: hypersonic travel, solar system colonization and more
    by Ross Dawson on 10 Luglio 2019 at 12:45

    I was just interviewed on ABC TV about the news that Richard Branson’s Virgin Galactic is going public through a merger with Social Capital Hedosophia, to be the first publicly listed space tourism company. A video of the interview is below. In the billionaire space race, featuring most prominently Elon Musk’s SpaceX, Jeff Bezos’s Blue […]

  • Esther Goddard and Robert Goddard: Lessons in Entrepreneurial Greatness from the Early Rocketry Pioneers
    by Darlene Damm on 8 Luglio 2019 at 13:00

    As a small child, growing up in a rural farming town on the central coast of California with the largest cities located over 200 miles away, I didn’t really have a good sense of what sort of careers existed in the world, or even what type of work was considered ambitious or routine. Most people… The post Esther Goddard and Robert Goddard: Lessons in Entrepreneurial Greatness from the Early Rocketry Pioneers appeared first on Singularity University. […]

  • Why the Most Dangerous Barrier to Leadership Success May Be Success Itself
    by Alison E. Berman on 4 Luglio 2019 at 13:00

    What if I told you that the behaviors that led you to success in the past were holding you back from success in the future? The idea feels a little unnerving—but that’s the point. For leaders in today’s highly competitive and accelerating business climate, it turns out that relying on old behaviors, methods, and mindsets… The post Why the Most Dangerous Barrier to Leadership Success May Be Success Itself appeared first on Singularity University. […]

  • Circadian Time: Unlocking Our Inner Superman
    by Thomas Frey on 3 Luglio 2019 at 18:43

    The post Circadian Time: Unlocking Our Inner Superman appeared first on Futurist Speaker. […]

  • The Future Of Ep.24 – Firma cardiaca, riprogrammazione cellulare, robot da McDonald’s, rilevare le prestazioni, gamification ed e-learning
    by Andrea Ferrante on 3 Luglio 2019 at 16:30

    Il riconoscimento attraverso il battito cardiaco grazie ad un laser del Pentagono. La riprogrammazione cellulare: ringiovanire con i fattori Yamanaka… e non è fantascienza. McDonald’s testa il riconoscimento vocale ai drive-through ed i robot che friggono le patatine. Wearables e smartphone per rilevare la performance dei lavoratori. Planet Spark e Boddle usano la gamification per cambiare il mondo dell’e-learning. […]

  • GLIMPSES OF THE FUTURE – JULY 2019
    by Ray Hammond on 3 Luglio 2019 at 13:03

    The Puncture-Free Tyre Has Arrived Michelin has teamed with General Motors to announce a 2024 production goal for airless tyres. The tyres, called Uptis, will have several benefits over radial tubeless tyres and will debut for testing on the Chevrolet … Read the rest The post GLIMPSES OF THE FUTURE – JULY 2019 appeared first on Ray Hammond. […]

  • New interview excerpt: a path towards ethical technology (Futurist Gerd Leonhard and Netapp’s Emily Miller)
    by Gerd Leonhard on 2 Luglio 2019 at 14:34

    We will publish 5 of these shortly so stay tuned.  This is an edited excerpt of a really deep interview I did with Netapp’s Emily Miller, see the entire thing here. “Ethics is knowing the difference between having the right or the power to do something… and what is the right thing to do” “Embrace […]

  • 7 Themes for Living an Exponential Life, Running an Exponential Business, and Making an Exponential Difference in the World
    by Kate Cooper on 1 Luglio 2019 at 13:00

    “There are people in the world who habitually say yes. And there are people who habitually say no. The people who say yes are rewarded by the adventures they get to go on, and the people who say no are rewarded by the safety they attain.” —Keith Johnstone courtesy of SU Faculty Dan Klein, “Getting… The post 7 Themes for Living an Exponential Life, Running an Exponential Business, and Making an Exponential Difference in the World appeared first on Singularity […]

  • Forbes | the Era’s Most Influential: tech industry leader
    on 1 Luglio 2019 at 05:00

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  • Visiting the Future With: Thomas Frey of the DaVinci Institute
    by Charles Warnock on 27 Giugno 2019 at 13:00

    Meet Thomas Frey: futurist, speaker, and founder of the DaVinci Institute in Westminster, Colorado—and SU community member. He has spoken around the world to such audiences as NASA executives and other high-level government officials and such Fortune 500 companies as IBM, AT&T, Lucent Technologies, First Data, Boeing, Capital One, Bell Canada, Visa, Ford Motor Company,… The post Visiting the Future With: Thomas Frey of the DaVinci Institute appeared first on Singularity […]

  • The Future Of Ep.23 – Desalinizzazione e nanoparticelle, dati trasmessi dalla luce, qualità della vita, D.Perdomo e goTenna, l’AI di Apple
    by Andrea Ferrante on 26 Giugno 2019 at 16:30

    Desalinizzazione ad energia solare e nanoparticelle per dissetare il pianeta. Li-fi: trasmettere dati grazie alla luce di speciali lampadine, è il futuro? Aggiungere anni alla vita o vita agli anni: ha ancora senso allungare l’esistenza? Daniela Perdomo, le reti mesh e goTenna tra scopi umanitari e grandi commesse. Passato, presente e futuro dell’intelligenza artificiale secondo Apple. […]

  • Geeking Out on Governance
    by Kate Sassoon on 24 Giugno 2019 at 13:00

    I have a secret to share with you: I am a governance geek. Before I came to Singularity University to lend my skills and energy to the Ecosystems Team, working with our amazing Chapters, I founded a successful consultancy that primarily designed communication and decision-making systems in democratically owned and operated organizations. Good governance is… The post Geeking Out on Governance appeared first on Singularity University. […]

  • SU Faculty Finds: What to Read in June
    by Tiffany Vora on 24 Giugno 2019 at 13:00

    At SU, our Faculty continually come across great content that sparks fascinating discussions among ourselves and with those of you who attend our programs. Here are a few of the items that were of particular interest to us this month. Brain in a Dish, Babies by Design: What It Means to Be Human In this… The post SU Faculty Finds: What to Read in June appeared first on Singularity University. […]

  • Breaking our backs – the future of farm labor
    by Glen Hiemstra on 20 Giugno 2019 at 14:00

    This is a long form version of an article I wrote for the Farm Credit Banks about the future of farm labor. The bottom line in this piece is that, while automation and robotics will eventually impact how farm work gets done, indeed already is, still much or even most farm labor will be done […] The post Breaking our backs – the future of farm labor appeared first on Futurist.com: Glen Hiemstra. […]

  • Scaling to Impact a Billion People
    by Jasmin Baier, Kristofer Hamel, Rob Nail and Ja-Naé Duane on 20 Giugno 2019 at 13:00

    Imagine you are part of a startup which seeks to create impact at scale with a novel product. You need to create a business plan to convince investors that you have a scalable product and the right strategy to grow your venture exponentially. Where would you start? Whom do you target first? Which country, which… The post Scaling to Impact a Billion People appeared first on Singularity University. […]

  • Fractal Organizations: Defining a New Era of Global Governance
    by Thomas Frey on 20 Giugno 2019 at 08:00

    The post Fractal Organizations: Defining a New Era of Global Governance appeared first on Futurist Speaker. […]

  • bulletin | seasonal listings: in the events guide
    on 20 Giugno 2019 at 07:00

    Dear readers, The events listed in our guide are collected year-round, and bundled by season. Here’s a handy reference card below — showing the months grouped by quarter. If you’d like us to include an event on-topic, please e-mail the details. We’re now in summer season, but it’s never too late to post an event [… […]

  • event | Tech X Africa
    on 20 Giugno 2019 at 05:00

    — event — event title: Tech X Africa brand: Niche Integrated Solutions co. theme: Creating purposeful digital disruption. season: coming soon when: coming soon year: 2019 where: Johannesburg, South Africa on the web: event website — summary — The thrilling world of new tech lays the foundation for customer engagement on a world class level. Consumers [… […]

  • A + E | BioMimicry: documentary film by Leonardo di Caprio
    on 20 Giugno 2019 at 05:00

    image | above A 3-D printed structure inspired by bees, with their in-born ability to build with symmetry + strength. artwork: by Dizingof quick steps | for changing text size on a personal computer with Microsoft Windows -or- Google Chrome • on your keyboard — hold down button labeled control • (ctrl) • at same [… […]