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This keynote from Dr. James Canton, CEO Institute for Global Futures, www.FutureGuru.com is part of a ten year forecast of leading-edge technologies that will transform markets, humans and society. ...

This keynote from Dr. James Canton, CEO Institute for Global Futures, www.FutureGuru.com is part of a ten year forecast of leading-edge technologies that will transform markets, humans and society. For more see www.FutureGuru.com

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Future S T Forecasts Dr James Canton Ceo Chairman Global Futurist Future S T Forecasts Dr James Canton Ceo Chairman Global Futurist Presentation Transcript

  • Future S&T Forecasts Dr. James Canton CEO & Chairman GlobalFuturist.com
  • Institute for Global Futures Forecast Emerging Trends • Think Tank • Advise Fortune 1000 • Global Risk Analysis • Analytic Forecasting • Innovation Strategy
  • Worldwide Clients View slide
  • Forecasting Models •Proprietary Computer and Network based Analytic engines •Environmental scanning •Conduct primary and analyze secondary research View slide
  • Welcome to the Extreme Future
  • Extreme Future: More Risk More Opportunity !A highly multidimensional world of complex trends
  • Challenge: Navigate Extreme Future
  • World of 2020 8
  • Top Global Risk on GDP & Multinational • Energy • Population • Food • Water • Health • Ecology • GWOT
  • Global Population By 2020, 95% of World’s 8 Billion People will Live in Developing Nations
  • Fertility Rates Dropping Total Fertility Rate by Country Fertility in Every Developed Country has Fallen Beneath the Replacement Rate of 2.1 UN 1997
  • An Older World
  • Future Productivity Crisis: More Jobs then Workers Immigration & birthrates will not keep pace with GDP demands Impact on: •Global Security •Productivity •Quality of life
  • US Workforce 2020 • More Jobs then Workers • Over 50% Women • One third minority • Large Hispanic population • Knowledge Enabled • Global outsourcing
  • By 2020: Most mega-cities in developing world—EcoFault risk
  • Global Megacities The World of 2020 will have 100 Megacities with more than 10 Million People Each
  • Possible 2020 Disruption Forecast The clash between the rich aging developed world and the poor young ethnic developing world 17
  • Possible 2020 Disruption Forecast Wealth gaps between not only the haves and have not nations but populations within nations like Asia & India will drive social unrest 18
  • Possible Disruption Forecast 2020 Current energy resources will not keep pace with population growth or GDP—strategic implications? 19
  • Possible 2020 Disruption Forecast Over one quarter of gross world product is made by ten cities today But this economic power may shift to Asia in the future—implications? 20
  • Possible 2020 Disruption Forecast Cities and planet’s carrying capacity to feed, clean, cloth, house and economically sustain 1-2 Billion more people is questionable. 21
  • Innovation: Key Driver of Global GDP
  • 1/3 of US GDP is Innovation Driven
  • Global Innovation Economy • Key driver of competitive advantage, wealth and prosperity • Fusion of talent & science • America leads
  • NextGen Science Convergence
  • New Systems Science NBICQ Modeling Biological Metaphors in Computing Bioinfomatics In Silico Biology Genetic / BioMed Proteomics
  • Quantum Modeling of Nano-Materials Quantum Modeling of meta-scale nanostructured catalysts, nano- crystals, and membranes enables investigation into unique molecular forms with substantial cost savings over conventional material solutions
  • Knowledge-Engineering Key Properties: Living Photonic Systems as Electronic Biofoundry Mechnical Chemical Genetic Magnification Dynamic Agent Controlled Replication Material Patterning / Materials Harvest / Structural Systems “Biocomponents”
  • Synthetic Biology Synthetic Biology Building Blocks > Biological Systems Architectures
  • Neural Futures
  • Conquering Disease at the Atomic Scale: Designed Care • From InSilico Biology, to Molecular Delivery, to Intracellular NanoBiology • The Evolution of Applied NanoMedicine
  • Life Extension: Personalized Med
  • Space Futures Industrialization of Space – the next Economic Paradigm Energy Harvesting Specialized Materials Space Pharma
  • Summary must accelerate social quot;Science innovations is next gen systems science quot;Key connection to science and quot;Direct democracy, security, economic growth, prosperity private/public coordination quot;Better
  • Convergence: Future of Mega Cities