FastForward Challenge: Inspiring Visions of the Future
Do you ever wonder what the impact of edge technologies like AI, IoT, Augmented Reality and the like, might have the human body, mind and society? Join the FastForward Challenge for an opportunity to gain skills in “future thinking”. Envision and build scenarios 40 to 50 years from now of human work, health, food, mobility, energy, etc, with fellow peers and luminaries. Spend three weeks ‘fast forwarding’ to your vision via guided workshops, and then reveal your compelling future at the Future of People Conference December 3rd. This is your chance to get noticed, have a voice, and get a seat at the table!

There is no prior experience in either design fiction or futurology required. Sign up alone or with a team to begin imagining and designing our future together.

To apply, please fill out the form by November 9th. We will accept applicants on a rolling basis!

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