Tom speaks to Dominic Collins, co-founder and CEO of Darabase, a company built to solve one of the critical challenges of a world where physical and digital begin to blend together.
Tom speaks to Damian Thompson, global head of consumer insight for Wavemaker, about how we make buying decisions in this age of endless choice.
Forget 5G, 10G is on its way: 10 gigabits per second broadband. But what on earth is it for? Plus, what are suburban capitals, and why are they growing?
Doping recycled plastics with new materials can give them properties better than the original. Plus, how do you choose a career when you’re interested in everything?
The power of a good apology should not be underestimated, especially in the age of automation. Plus, why is it always two steps forward and one step back with progress?
We cannot underestimate the value of community in a difficult future. Plus, future energy: why the medium is the message.
When we focus on optimising our businesses, it’s all too easy to engineer out the creativity. Plus, why tomorrow’s Luddites will be raging against invisible machines.
Tom travelled to The Accenture Dock in Dublin, to interview some of the thinkers guiding global corporations through their digital transformation. In this recording, Tom speaks to Ryan Shanks, director of The Dock, about active listening and the future of skills.
Tom travelled to The Accenture Dock in Dublin, to interview some of the thinkers guiding global corporations through their digital transformation. In this recording, Tom speaks to Ryan Shanks, director of The Dock, and Lorna Ross, Group Director of Fjord.
Hobbies are a great opportunity to jumpstart your learning processes, and to get a dose of humility at the same time. Plus, what if we hadn’t taken a step back every time a civilisation fell. Where would we be now?
Tom kicks off a new collection of episodes with some updates about applied futurism in 2019.
Everyone thinks they know the story of King Canute, but there’s another version that has a very different moral. Both speak to the current Brexit crisis. Plus, how the car will continue to shape our cities, if we let it.