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.
Travel shows us how differently change affects different markets. There is no single future, everyone is touched differently by waves of change
New brand, new website, new book, new courses: this is what you can expect from me and applied futurism in 2019
Batteries don’t have to be discrete items. In the future, almost anything will be able to generate and store its own power.
Greater community engagement and peer support can’t replace our over-stretched services and crumbling infrastructure. But it can mitigate their effects.
The Luddites smashed machines they could see, the machines that were taking their jobs. How will the new Luddite’s rage against ephemeral machines?