Scenario prompts are the first step of strategy development. Topics to consider are mega trends, climate tech, quantum computing, space manufacturing, Web5, a cybersex brothel, nightshade, Neo-cybernetics, time travel, origami, skin like sensors and strategy.
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The Mega Trends That Will Shape Our Future World
Hyper connected, technology singularity, industry 5.0, energy transition, innovation to zero, mobility, urbanisation, society and demographics.
15 ClimateTech Companies to Watch
15 Climate Tech Companies to Watch highlights startups and established businesses that MIT editors think could have the greatest potential to substantially reduce greenhouse-gas emissions or otherwise address the threats of global warming.
Atom Computing is the first to announce a 1,000+ qubit quantum computer
A startup company has upped its qubit count by an order of magnitude in two years.
Space Manufacturing is Not Science Fiction
A Stanford researcher is growing crystals on the International Space Station to withstand the extreme environments of Venus.
Exploring the Future Development of Web5: Next-Gen Internet
Web5 is the next generation of the internet, and it promises to revolutionize the way we interact online.
‘AI exists, have to embrace it’: ‘World’s first’ immersive sex brothel
The cybersex brothel will soon integrate robotics with sex dolls.
Meet Nightshade, the new tool allowing artists to ‘poison’ AI models with corrupted training data
In the case of Nightshade, the counterattack for artists against AI goes a bit further: it causes AI models to learn the wrong names of the objects and scenery they are looking at.
Neo-Cybernetics: Navigating Complexity, Designing Tomorrow
Neo-Cybernetics is a novel interdisciplinary movement at the forefront of the third wave of cybernetics, dedicated to studying the intricate webs of our modern world and design resilient systems.
Physicists Say Time Travel Can Be Simulated Using Quantum Entanglement
Last year, another group of physicists claimed that they managed to create a quantum wormhole—basically, a portal through which quantum information could instantaneously travel.
Origami is revolutionizing technology, from medicine to space
The centuries-old art of folding paper is yielding new applications in spacecraft, architecture, and even the human body.
UBC, Honda researchers develop robot arm with human skin-like sensors
As sensors continue to evolve to be more skin-like, there is a need for robots to be smarter. Developments in sensors and artificial intelligence will need to go hand in hand.
Building Consensus Around Difficult Strategic Decisions
Data, assumption and making misalignment visible.