2046 - Beijing, China
This not-so-positive prediction will focus on South American geopolitics as it relates to climate change between the years 2040 and 2050.
200,000 people migrate to cities daily around the world.
100 billion neurons. 100 trillion synapses. 400 miles of blood vessels. Our brains frustrate science with their complexity.
If you’ve come this far, then you’ve read about the fall of dirty energy and t
Throughout the early 2010s, thousands of tech journalists forecasted the impending doom of brick-and-mortar retailers at the hands the burgeoning e-commerce upstarts that rose out of Silicon Valley
A good deal of what you’re about to read will sound impossible given today’s political climate.
One hundred years ago about 70 percent of our population worked on farms to produce enough food for the country. Today, that percentage is less than two percent.
Most of you reading this probably remember the humble floppy disk and it's solid 1.44 MB of disk space.
Smart malls. Monster fitting rooms. And luxury brands still not giving a fuck. In part one of the future of retail series, you saw the beginnings of a new, more integrated system of shopping.
Cities don't create themselves. They are planned chaos.
We're entering a future where medications will be customized to your DNA and your future health will be predicted at birth. Welcome to the future of precision medicine.
Talking about centennials is tricky. As of 2016, they are still being born, and they are still too young to have fully formed their social, economic and political perspectives.
The year is 2026 and Justin Bieber’s post-rehab comeback single begins to blare over your condo’s speakers.
“Ah! Okay, okay, I’m up!”
First, it was punch cards, then it was the iconic mouse and keyboard.