The Future of Everything

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What does the future look like? Is it a dark space where we’re suffering from varying degrees of techamphetamine or are we heading towards a Utopian fantasy of abundance and harmony?

Understanding that our basic human needs and wants barely change, we explore the future state of a range of topics; from our need for physical sustenance through to our age-long fascination of transcending the limitations of our biology.

Looking at the future from a human perspective, our potential for greatness is teetering on a fine line between darkness and hope. We’re banking on the latter.

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The Future of Everything

  1. The Future of Everything
  2. Charbel
  3. Who we are
  4. We provide short, practical and skill specific courses for people or companies to upgrade their capabilities in design and emerging technology for individuals and teams. Academy Xi The Future of Everything | 12 January 2017
  5. Our pillars The Future of Everything | 12 January 2017 VOCATIONAL TRAINING SOCIAL ENTERPRISE ACT THOUGHT LEADERSHIP EARLY EDUCATION
  6. The Future of Everything | 12 January 2017 - I give a sh*t about - People - The world - Education - Mostly people My superpowers
  7. Today we’re talking about …
  8. The Future of Everything | 12 January 2017 The future …
  9. … of everything …
  10. The Future of Everything | 12 January 2017 … almost everything
  11. Our needs don’t change
  12. Maslow’s hierarchy of needs
  13. Sense of survival
  14. Sense of place
  15. Sense of community
  16. Sense of self
  17. Sense of purpose
  18. NEW: sense of connectivity NOMOPHOBIA
  19. Needs don’t change
  20. Materials improve
  21. Technology advances
  22. Contexts change
  23. Fortunes alter
  24. Desires shift
  25. Expectations increase
  26. Needs don’t change
  27. The future of food
  28. “I saw few die of hunger. Of eating, a hundred thousand.” - Benjamin Franklin
  29. More, more MORE
  30. Fast, cheap & brown.
  31. Mothered nature
  32. Supply-chain terrorism
  33. 2050: +35%
  34. 2050: 9 billion people
  35. Chronic shortage
  36. Time poor
  37. Too poor
  38. Pathological consumption
  39. Body stress
  40. There’s hope
  41. Food education
  42. Early participation
  43. Communal eating
  44. Ugly food
  45. Plant based
  46. Sustainable farming
  47. Super foods
  48. 3D printing
  49. Vertical farms
  50. The future of water
  51. “Water is the driving force of all nature.” - Leonardo da Vinci
  52. Global contamination
  53. 2050: +35%
  54. 2050: 9 billion people
  55. Water scarcity
  56. 40% shortage
  57. Wealthier population
  58. Eating more meat
  59. Land stress
  60. Requires more water
  61. There’s hope
  62. Solar pods
  63. Fog harvesting
  64. Portable purification
  65. Water chip
  66. The future of sleep
  67. “Sleep is the best meditation.” - Dalai Lama
  68. Sleep stress
  69. Racing thoughts
  70. Insomnia anxiety
  71. Bad dreams
  72. Staying awake
  73. There’s hope
  74. Lucid dreaming …
  75. … via 40hz Electroshock
  76. Regulate sleep
  77. Brain hacks
  78. BMAL1 DEC2
  79. Power siesta
  80. The future of love & sex
  81. “Sex is emotion in motion.” - Mae West
  82. Sexual apathy
  83. Got headache?
  84. ’Til death …
  85. Sexual ADHD
  86. It’s complicated
  87. It’s messy
  88. There’s hope
  89. Love hotels
  90. Buy the hour
  91. Romance is back
  92. Modern courting
  93. Modern feminism
  94. Polygamy returns
  95. Modern realities
  96. Robot relations
  97. The future of health
  98. Increased lifespan
  99. Decreased wellbeing
  100. Lifestyle stresses
  101. More medications
  102. There’s hope
  103. Education
  104. Self diagnosis
  105. “Be careful about reading health books. You may die of a misprint.” - Mark Twain
  106. 3D printing medication
  107. 3D printing ability
  108. Self repair?
  109. Data access
  110. Electro diagnoses
  111. Big data
  112. Robo surgery
  113. The future of security
  114. Fear for self
  115. Fear for identity
  116. Fear for security
  117. Family fears
  118. Violence. Still?
  119. Eternal wars
  120. Fear the unfamiliar
  121. “To fight fear, act. To increase fear - wait, put off postpone.” - David Joseph Schwartz
  122. There’s hope
  123. Education
  124. Show support
  125. Pay attention
  126. Speak out
  127. The future of family
  128. Parenting pains
  129. Feeling isolated
  130. Money strains
  131. Cost of care
  132. Time poor
  133. Work, work, work …
  134. Mortgage stress
  135. Divorce rising
  136. Unplanned pregnancy
  137. Crowded planet
  138. There’s hope
  139. Education
  140. Being single
  141. Single being
  142. Modern family
  143. Robot nanny
  144. Virtual family
  145. Sea change
  146. Planet change
  147. The future of work
  148. Long hours
  149. Changing organisations
  150. Increased automation
  151. Income inequality
  152. There’s hope
  153. Micro industries
  154. Services booming
  155. 7 billion corporations
  156. Creative class
  157. In demand Ux Sd Vr
  158. In charge
  159. The future of self
  160. Who am I?
  161. Where am I?
  162. Why am I?
  163. Techamphetamine
  164. LIKE me
  165. There’s hope
  166. “Know thyself.” - Ancient Greek aphorism
  167. iMyselfMe
  168. Being conscious
  169. Seeking self
  170. Seeking tribe
  171. Seeking purpose
  172. Being anyone
  173. Continual learning
  174. Self aware
  175. Self esteem
  176. Altered reality
  177. New realities
  178. Experiences vs things
  179. Ethics explorers
  180. Techno Spirituality
  181. Preserving self
  182. Trans human
  183. Transcend biology
  184. Your role
  185. “Is it wrong to want to change the world?”
  186. “It is your duty to change the world, if you can.” - Sidney Poitier
  187. Thank you. charbel@academyxi.com @charbelxcharbel
  188. See you in the future.

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