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Future will be awesome. Future is so unpredictable. Future is scary. We don’t know what the next few years will bring let alone next decades. But I challenged the world’s greatest minds to deal with that daunting task and gathered their opinions to show us the future in the next 25 years. In 12 different aspects of our lives.
The future makers will tell you about it. Today.
Have you ever wondered what
can we expect in 25 years from now? What will we eat? Where will we live? How will we communicate? And will we be able to cure death and literally live forever? FUTUREMAKERS.TODAY is a 115-page, free publication that covers interviews with internationally renowned experts – futurists, philosophers, designers, scientists – who share their vision of the world in the year 2039, spanning different aspects of our life such as: CITY | CARS | ENERGY | FOOD | HEALTH | COMMUNICATION | RETAIL | MONEY | HOUSING In this presentation you will find some important excerpts, the full version of the publication is available for free at www.futuremakers.today Illustrations by: Ewelina Skowrońska BACKGROUND
EXPERTS Janusz Kaniewski, designer; the
future of the city Sheryl Connelly, futurist, Ford Motor Company; the future of the cars Marcin Popkiewicz, megatrend analyst; the future of the energy Andrew Brentano, co-founder, Tiny Farms; the future of the food Dr Michio Kaku, theoretical physicist; the future of the human Dr Max More, CEO Alcor Life Extension Foundation; the future of health Georges Nahon, CEO, Orange Silicon Valley; the future of communication Mike McNamara, CIO Tesco; the future of retail Colin Angle, CEO, co-founder, iRobot Corp.; the future of housing Ann Cairns, President of International Markets, Mastercard Worldwide; the future of money Brian David Johnson, futurist, Intel; the future of technology Dr Max McKeown, best-selling author of The Strategy Book,The Innovation Book; the future of innovation
Janusz Kaniewski the longtime designer
of Pininfarina and Ferrari, the author and co-author of many of today's cars. Advisor to the President of Gdynia, the first and only non-architect in SARP. In 2012, Janusz Kaniewski took second place in the ranking of the most innovative entrepreneurs in Poland, according to Forbes magazine. Due to his 25th anniversary of creative work, in October 2013, Publisher Bosz released the book: Janusz Kaniewski. Design.
Sheryl Connelly Ford’s global trends
and futuring expert. She is the only member of the automotive industry named to Fast Company’s Top 100 Most Creative People in Business for 2013, and the first woman from the auto industry to make the annual list.
Marcin Popkiewicz a megatrend analyst,
the chief editor of popular websites devoted to economy and climate. The author of a best-selling book "Świat na rozdrożu". The head of the Polish division of ASPO (The Association for the Study of Peak Oil and Gas).
Dr Michio Kaku a renowned
theoretical physicist, popularizer of science, acclaimed as one of the 50 greatest living physicists in the world; the co-founder of string field theory; the author of three New York Times Best Sellers: Physics of the Impossible, Physics of the Future and The Future of the Mind.
Dr. Max More a strategic
futurist and an internationally recognized advocate of the effective and ethical use of technology for life extension and cryopreservation; CEO of Alcor Life Extension Foundation. Author of the Proactionary Principle and the philosophy of Extropy and Transhumanism.
Georges Nahon CEO of Orange
Silicon Valley (OSV) in San Francisco. Founder and the President of the Orange Institute and furthermore, he spearheaded the conception and development of Orange’s award-winning first accelerator: Orange Fab. Co-author of the book The Second Life of Network.
Mike McNamara Chief Information Officer
in Tesco, responsible for all technology across the group. Member of the Strategic Advisory Board to the Sustainable Consumption Institute (SCI) at the University of Manchester, and is Chairman of GS1 Global, a not-for-profit association dedicated to the development of standards which improve the efficiency and visibility of supply and demand chains globally.
Ann Cairns President of International
Markets for MasterCard Worldwide. Cairns checks out operations in Asia, South America and Europe, all the regions outside the US which now account for 60% of the payments group’s revenues. She oversees 6,000 people in 210 countries.
Colin Angle CEO and Co-Founder
of iRobot Corporation. One of the world’s leading authorities on mobile robots. Angle is a roboticist who invented the Roomba, the device that vacuums floor. Angle’s leadership and vision for the future of robots have been recognized with numerous professional awards.
Brian David Johnson futurist at
Intel Corporation; one of the pioneers in areas such as artificial intelligence, robotics and TV reinventor, the author of Humanity in the Machine: What Comes After Greed?, Science Fiction Prototyping: Designing the Future with Science Fiction and 21st Century Robot: The Dr. Simon Egerton Stories
Natalia Hatalska blogger, trendwatcher A
graduate of the University of Gdansk and Poznan University of Economics. As a scholar of the prestigious Joseph Conrad Scholarship program also studied at the London Business School, UK. In 2005–2009 head of communication department in Wirtualna Polska (second biggest portal in Poland). Previously, PR Manager at NIVEA Poland and Young Digital Planet. Currently working with the media house Universal McCann as Chief Inspiration Officer. Originator of award-winning campaigns based on non-traditional communication methods. Member of Creative Communication Cluster. Member of the Board of Experts ThinkTank Polska. Vice President of Polish Association of Bloggers and Vloggers. Columnist at Sukces magazine. Author of http://hatalska.com blog about non-traditional advertising recognized as one of the most influential blogs in Poland. Awarded by Geek Girls Carrots with Silver Carrot for being a role model for women working in the field of new technologies. ABOUT THE AUTHOR