‘Today’s world is complex and unreliable. Tomorrow is expected to be more so.’ - Jennifer M. Gidley, The Future: A Very Short Introduction
From the beginning of time, humans have been driven by a paradox: fearing the unknown but with a constant curiosity to know. Over time science and technology have developed, meaning that we are now more able to predict and quantify the future than ever before. In the below video we look at connections across a range of futures-related topics, and find that we live in a world of quantum possibilities.
Discover more: read the Introduction to The Future: A Very Short Introduction.