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Science Fiction is the key to unlocking the imagination of the futurist. Learn how to imagine the future by using science fiction for future forecasting. Suppose you’re interested in science and technology and emerging trends. In that case, future casting is where you explore new ideas and let your utopian ideals and dystopian fears battle it out on the page. In addition, we can use this technique to image new products and services for the anticipated world. Furthermore, we can use science fiction to explore the uses and intended and unintended consequences of science or technology today.
Futurist How to Use Science Fiction for Future Forecasting is a practical methodology to invent our future creatively and innovatively. Lined with contemporary literary examples and classic movies, this guide offers a clear path into the future.
The following sprint to the scientific inflexion point introduces the science or technology you want to study in science fiction.
Explore the implications and ramifications of your science on the world described in sprint one; what affects the store does the technology.
What did we learn from seeing the technology placed in a realistic setting?
Explore the possible solution or possible lessons learned from sprint four and its human implications.
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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.