Salut, content de l'intérêt suscité par cette perle...
En règles générales :
*je préfère m'associer avec des personnes ayant un Pearltree un minimum construit....
*pour de nouvelles perles : Vous proposez, je dispose...
*ne pas changer les photos, faites une proposition...
* Ne pas créer de nouveaux pearltrees pour moins de 5 perles...
*respecter l'harmonie visuelle...
* plutôt arbo fermé (poupées russes) que dévellopé en flowchart (organigramme)...trops de branches donne des perliers de trop grand rayon avec une perte de place au centre...
*Garder l'essentiel, éviter les répétitions...
*réduire les url youtube j'usqu'au &...sinon ça fait plein de doublon isolés...
Merci d'avance Jul 20
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What’s Next is a trends report published by Richard Watson, a futurist author, speaker and scenario planner. Richard has written four books on current and future trends and has given over 200 talks to various organisations throughout the world. The What’s Next report has been published since 2004 and each issue offers concise commentary on some of the drivers of change within the macro-environment and speculates about future risks and opportunities.
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Everything Will Be Alright* interview for documentary series. (video) February 2014 Crime and Punishment discussion at Fast Company's Innovation Uncensored (video) April 2013 Bots, Bacteria, and Carbon talk at the University of Minnesota (video) March 2013 Visions of a Sustainable Future interview (text) March 2013Talking about apocalypse gets dull...all apocalypses are the same, but all successful scenarios are different in their own way. The Future and You!
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What is Open Foresight
We recently introduced the concept of ‘Open Foresight’ as a process we’re developing to analyze complex issues in an open and collaborative way, and to raise the bar on public discourse and forward-focused critical thinking. It’s a work in progress and constantly evolving, but here are some of the basic principles we’ve developed so far.1) What is Open Foresight? In simple terms, open foresight is a process for building visions of the future together. 2) The Big Picture Context
Methods of prospective > Softwares > Prospective softwares and toolbox : La prospective
Six Problems, Six Tools Although strategic foresight is an intellectual “non-discipline” it nevertheless requires rigor and formalization, which clarify action and lead towards desired futures. The toolbox allows the strategist to ask the right questions and reduce incoherencies and uncertainties.
Jose Ramos proposes six paths: 1. Communion in diversity “Communion in diversity means that, even though we represent radical hybridity, mutating into new contexts, we are drawing upon each other’s knowledge and experience in order to inspire ourselves and continue to evolve and mutate what we do.
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September 15, 2013 TechCast update on results of 1998 This new article describes progress over 14 years of forecasting work, our collective intelligence research method, a summary of the Tech Revolution, a macro-forecast for the global economy, and TechCast’s record of accuracy. July 22, 2013 TechCast's WorldFuture 2013 Presentation Our presentation to the World Future 2013 conference in Chicago, July 20, 2013.
A disruptive innovation is an innovation that helps create a new market and value network, and eventually disrupts an existing market and value network (over a few years or decades), displacing an earlier technology. The term is used in business and technology literature to describe innovations that improve a product or service in ways that the market does not expect, typically first by designing for a different set of consumers in a new market and later by lowering prices in the existing market. The term "disruptive technology" has been widely used as a synonym of "disruptive innovation", but the latter is now preferred, because market disruption has been found to be a function usually not of technology itself but rather of its changing application. Sustaining innovations are typically innovations in technology, whereas disruptive innovations change entire markets.
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· People will be fluent in every language. With DARPA and Google racing to perfect instant translation, it won't be long until your cellphone speaks Swahili on your behalf. · Software will predict traffic jams before they occur. Using archived data, roadside sensors, and GPS, IBM has come up with a modeling program that anticipates bumper-to-bumper congestion a full hour before it begins. Better yet, the idea proved successful in early tests—even on the Jersey Turnpike.
See on Scoop.it – Knowmads, Infocology of the future New research published published online in Cell Reports on December 12, 2013 (open access) with the nematode C. elegans suggests that combining mutants can lead to radical lifespan extension. Scientists at the Buck Institute combined mutations in two pathways well known for lifespan extension and report a synergistic five-fold extension of longevity — these worms lived to the human equivalent of 400 to 500 years — introducing the possibility of combination therapy for aging and the maladies associated with it.
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Michel Godet, born in 1948, is a professor at the Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers (CNAM), Paris, where he holds the chair of 'strategic prospective'. Michel Godet holds doctorates in science and economics. He is also a permanent member of the French Academy of Technology as well as member of the economic advisory board attached to the Prime Minister. Over the past three decades, he has been working as a consultant for major companies in France and Europe.
Moore's law is an example of futures studies; it is a statistical collection of past and present trends with the goal of accurately extrapolating future trends. Futures studies (also called futurology and futurism) is the study of postulating possible, probable, and preferable futures and the worldviews and myths that underlie them. There is a debate as to whether this discipline is an art or science. In general, it can be considered as a branch of the social sciences and parallel to the field of history. In the same way that history studies the past, futures studies considers the future. Futures studies (colloquially called "futures" by many of the field's practitioners) seeks to understand what is likely to continue and what could plausibly change.
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