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In 2019, your smartphone will no longer be king

by Molly Wood Jan 1, 2019
But it will rule more devices.
"We spent the past two decades converging into one device," says Amy Webb, founder of The Future Today Institute. "We're going to spend the next two decades branching back out."
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When Hollywood producers need to get the future right, they call a futurist

by Molly Wood Sep 13, 2018
Hulu releases "The First" tomorrow, a series set in the 2030s about the first human mission to Mars.
Hulu's "The First" imagines what the first mission to Mars might be like.
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What "Demolition Man" got right about the future

by Molly Wood Sep 3, 2018
Autonomous vehicles, tablets, video conferencing — the 1993 flick made some good calls.
Taco Bell celebrated the return of nacho fries and the "Demolition Man" 25th anniversary with a futuristic dining experience at Greystone Prime Steakhouse & Seafood on July 19, 2018 in San Diego, California.
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What it means to be a futurist

by Kai Ryssdal and Bridget Bodnar Dec 5, 2016
A new book by futurist Amy Webb explores how we can predict change when it comes to the fast-paced world of technology.
Amy Webb, author of "The Signals Are Talking: Why Today’s Fringe is Tomorrow’s Mainstream"
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