Smart cities have become highly associated with the austerity era, an attempt to operate our existing cities at lower financial and environmental cost
The goal for the web is to create a single source of knowledge accessible to all humanity. Every attempt to splinter it undermines this goal. We have a choice to make.
The three horizons model is a great way to think about change. But ignoring the way the landscape changes through those horizons can blind us to risk.
It’s hard to enjoy the weather when the climate presents such a threat. The solutions are frustratingly simple, just expensive.
Every journey to tomorrow has to start with an honest assessment of where you are today, and sometimes that requires uncomfortable self-examination
The growth in suurban capitals suggests a mechanism for diffusing wealth around the country, but it’s not without risks and it requires investment.
A new broadband trial from Virgin Media promises multi-gigabit speeds to the home. How will we use such incredible bandwidth in the future?
What do you want to be when you grow up? That’s hard to answer when 85% of jobs in 2030 may not have been invented yet. Maybe you can invent your own?
Adding single layer materials like graphene to recycled plastics can create a range of new materials with properties perfectly suited to their application
A heartfelt apology is a powerful thing. It’s a show of humanity, of empathy. In an age of automation, we should learn to value it more.