When Everything is Media: The Future of Communication and Technology

In 2016, IFTF’s Technology Horizons program will embark on a year-long exploration of the reinvention of communication to map the rapidly changing networked and distributed communications landscape and develops deep perspectives on leading edge practices and strategies for organizations, people, and machine-to-machine communications.
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When Everything is Media: The Future of Communication and Technology

Futures at Build Peace 2015

To help build a vision for a post-conflict world, we’ve begun mapping emerging alternative structures of equality and inclusion. We’re tracking four foundational transformations that will challenge traditional power structures and support just, equitable, and productive futures for all. Futures thinking can help to level-up peacebuilding to systems level change by shining a light on how these transformations are changing global structures and opening up opportunities to build equity, opportunity, and dignity for all.
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Innovation Is Happening Faster Than We Can Adapt

[Reposted from The New York Times] The changes coming out of Silicon Valley are fundamentally transforming our institutional, social and cultural norms and practices. Airbnb, Twitter, Uber and countless other new technologies put the world at our fingertips and help us coordinate activities at previously unimaginable speeds and scale.
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