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Mark M. Whelan asks readers to imagine and design something new: a unique version of the future entirely invented on their own.

Readers start by designing and curating a list of everything to which they’re inspired by things they love and collect, identities beliefs, ideas, people, and creatures that intrigue them. The items in the list will become the code, like software, for their futuristic universe, used to create structures and establish a foundation for the new place they’ll begin to inhabit. Readers will then be prompted to think about a manifesto, memes, maps, tokens, voting rights, digital citizenship, health, histories, and more for their universe.

An indispensable guide for leaders, entrepreneurs, activists and explorers across the world and metaverse, Futurist: Inventing the Future… will encourage leaders to become futurists of everyday life, chronicling the possibilities in the brave new worlds they envision.

  • Introduction and Background

  • Analysis and Discussion

  • Conclusion and Recommendations:

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About the Author

Mark M. Whelan, a luminary of the futurist genre, has been hailed as a visionary author of both fiction and non-fiction works. His formidable intellect and passion for emerging technology have earned him a place among the most respected thinkers in Silicon Valley. Mark has hosted workshops for some of the world’s most prestigious companies, including Apple, JP Morgan, and the UKTI at Stanford. His work has been published in the Huffington Post and his first book, “How to Use Science Fiction for Future Forecasting,” has garnered critical acclaim for its unique insights into the evolution of the futurist movement. Drawing on his experience consulting in Silicon Valley for 12 years and his time at a technology ventures incubator in Los Alamos, Mark writes about artificial intelligence, drones, blockchain, and space technology. A dual citizen of the UK and Ireland, he has lived in some of the world’s most vibrant cities, including New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Seattle, Lisbon, Mexico City, and Sydney.