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economic futurists predict a new world order in which information is the resource that drives a nation's economy
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To learn more, Fortune asked six humans—three executives, a researcher, an economist, and a futurist—how automation will impact society.
National Review's Armond White writes: Once again, the Transformer series verges on absurdity but that's less important than the unique big-screen spectacle of Bay's pop-art and futurist filmmaking.
It was written as a futurist comedy that exaggerated its author’s hopes and fears for a world to come that in many ways already existed.
Tim Bajarin is recognized as one of the leading industry consultants, analysts and futurists, covering the field of personal computers and consumer technology.
Could the time finally be right for the flying car to leave the drawing boards of futurists and take to our skies as a new form of transportation?
Uber and Google’s Waymo, both working on autonomous car projects, have put the pedal to the self-driving metal, said futurist Faith Popcorn, who predicts trends for Fortune 500 companies.
So, episode one goes from Norwegian black metal and ends with Techno Boy with a futurist-type of computer music.
Today a new set of futurists is envisioning the next iteration of the floating city.
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: a person who tries to tell what the future will be like
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