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November 24th, 2014 at 2:05 pm

What Industries will produce the First Trillionaires?


Futurist Thomas Frey: A few weeks ago I got into a discussion with some friends centered around this question. “What, in your mind, will be the most powerful entity in the world 100 years from now?”



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November 18th, 2014 at 3:13 pm

The future of transportation: How humans will reach an average speed of 250 mph

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Tube transportation – ET3

By Jared Lindzon: The average transportation speed of American citizens was 4 miles per hour in the year 1850. The primary mode of transportation then was a combination of walking and horse back.



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November 7th, 2014 at 11:41 am

Technology will kill many New Zealander’s jobs in 20 years

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Steve Jellard’s job is unlikely to exist in 20 years.

Almost a third of New Zealand’s workers believe their job will not exist in 20 years’ time, according to new research.



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November 7th, 2014 at 11:29 am

Cities using innovation and imagination in their infrastructure

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Louisville’s Big Four Bridge, built in 1895 and later known as “The Bridge to Nowhere,” reopened to pedestrian and bicycle traffic after a $30 million-plus renovation.

Ron Littlefield: Recently, I visited two cohort communities of the City Accelerator, a program sponsored in part by Governing, sister publication to Government Technology: Louisville and Nashville. I expect to be in the third city, Philadelphia, before the end of the year. The purpose of these visits is to meet face to face with the mayors and their principal innovation staff, to experience how their innovation efforts fit within the context of the community and to see how the City Accelerator project is affecting the overall climate for innovation. In simple terms, I want to sense the air of change and creativity in each place.



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November 7th, 2014 at 10:30 am

101 Endangered Jobs by 2030


Futurist Thomas Frey: Business owners today are actively deciding whether their next hire should be a person or a machine. After all, machines can work in the dark and don’t come with decades of HR case law requiring time off for holidays, personal illness, excessive overtime, chronic stress or anxiety.


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November 1st, 2014 at 8:35 am

The next chapter for libraries

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Futurist Thomas Frey said a library should be a forum for exchange of ideas.

Libraries of the future could become community go-to places where you can hire a car, cut out a neat-fitting dress on a 3D printer, show a movie that you made, or thrive in the company of others.



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October 24th, 2014 at 9:35 am

The future of campus recruiting in 2020 and beyond


Recruiters will need to look into their crystal balls to determine what campus recruiting will look in the future.

The employment landscape will continue to change as technology moves forward. What does this mean for campus recruiting in 2020 and beyond? It will look much different from today – students will have different majors, use different technologies, and plan for completely new and undiscovered career paths.

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October 16th, 2014 at 8:14 am

You will be a different person by the time you reach the end of this article


Futurist Thomas Frey: Whatever happened to that young child you were not so many years ago?

As a baby, life was all about eating, sleeping, and dry diapers. Even though you are learning new things quickly, not much else really mattered.



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October 12th, 2014 at 8:17 am

New technologies will be key for job growth: Futurist Thomas Frey


Futurist Thomas Frey speaking at Steamboat’s 20th Economic Summit.

Futurist Thomas Frey took an audience of Steamboat Springs business leaders last week into a future where 3-D printers are printing clothes and food, cars no longer need drivers and drones deliver packages.



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October 9th, 2014 at 2:48 pm

Disrupting Healthcare – When Devices Replace Medicine


Futurist Thomas Frey: Doctors today are constantly selling.

No, it didn’t start out that way, but a system has evolved that richly rewards members of the physician’s food chain if sales continue.



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