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by: National Intelligence Council,
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in: 24 USA

Mapping the Global Future: Report of the National Intelligence Council’s 2020 Project is the third unclassified report prepared by the National Intelligence Council (NIC) in recent years that takes a long-term view of the future. It offers a fresh look at how key global trends might develop over the next decade and a half to influence world events. Mindful that there are many possible "futures," our report offers a range of possibilities and potential discontinuities, as a way of opening our minds to developments we might otherwise miss. more....

by: European Brands Association - AIM,
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in: 20 the future of Branding


The brands industry is an instrument of the transformation of knowledge into business opportunities. Branding is differentiation sustained by innovation, R&D, supply chain know-how and consumer understanding. Innovation keeps brands relevant to the changing needs and wants of consumers. Brand manufacturing is a knowledge-based industry and innovation is its essence. more....

by: Michel Foucault,
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in: 22 the future of Philosophy

The use of concepts of discontinuity, rupture, threshold, limit, series, and transformation present all historical analysis not only with questions of procedure, but with theoretical problems. It is these problems that will be studied here (the questions of procedure will be examined in later empirical studies - if the opportunity, the desire, and the courage to undertake them do not desert me). These theoretical problems too will be examined only in a particular field: in those disciplines - so unsure of their frontiers, and so vague in content - that we call the history of ideas, or of thought, or of science, or of knowledge.more....


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by: WSIS - World Summit on the Information Society,
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in: 09 the future of Media & Entertainment

The European regional conference proposes the vision of an Information Society, where all persons, without distinction of any kind, exercise their right to freedom of opinion and expression, including the freedom to hold opinions without interference, and to seek, receive and impart information and ideas through any media and regardless of frontiers. more....

by: Dae Ryeong Kim,
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in: 15 the future of Culture & Religion

Cultural diversity is an unqualified good; judgments of good or bad with respect to different cultures are condemned as cultural imperialism. This multicultralism has now far-reaching influences in many countries both in the East and the West, especially on shaping younger generations' worldview. When a new generation refuses any judgment of good and bad for their sub-culture, this is not only a challenge to Christian mission, but also a source of conflict with traditional values in a society.more....

by: Levine, Locke, Searls, Weinberger,
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in: 20 the future of Branding

We got tired of invoking clichéd refrains like "clueless companies" and "they just don't get it." The cluetrain manifesto is our attempt at articulating a set of principles and dynamics we believe will determine the future experience of both individuals and institutions online. We're lobbing some bombs here. But we're also optimistic. We hope not too much so.more....

by: Institute for the Future,
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in: 09 the future of Media & Entertainment

New technologies are driving the world toward more connectivity. As these technologies mature and interact with one another, they will create an increasingly complex world, drive new behaviors, and create more transparency.more....


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by: Martijn Aslander,
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in: 46 Money

The storm is a metaphor for the changes happening in our world. Changes with impact and results that are incalculable. They are also happening within the economic world. Many of our old patterns have had their longest time. We are richer than ever and have more capabilities than ever. But the consequences of this growth in our world are slowly but unmistakeably felt by everyone.more....

by: Nicolai Peitersen, Adam Arvidsson,
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in: Values

Present forms of bureaucratic or personal network based models of regulation should, as far as possible be based on transparent models of peer to peer evaluation where, in so far as possible, evaluation is located in the proximity of the actors concerned. more....

by: EU, DG Enterprise,
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in: 16 the future of ICT

The European Commission, Enterprise Directorate General, launched the e-Business Market Watch (the e-Business W@tch) to monitor the growing maturity of electronic business across different sectors of the economy in the European Union. Since January 2002 the e-Business W@tch has been covering seven manu-facturing and eight financial and service sectors. Results have been published in quarterly sector impact studies and newsletters, along with a set of statistics and other material on e-business. This is the second synthesis report of the e-Business W@tch, summarising main results of the sector impact studies and particularly of the second e-Business Survey, carried out in March 2003.
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by: DG Enterprise, European Commission,
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in: 09 the future of Media & Entertainment

Publishing Market Watch is a 12 month project analysing the competitiveness of the European publishing industry. It is being undertaken on behalf of the European Commission’s DG Enterprise by a team led by Rightscom, a specialist consultancy based in London (www.rightscom.com), with a substantial contribution from the Turku School of Economics and Business Administration (Media Group) in Finland (www.tukkk.fi). The project will help the European Commission understand the challenges faced by the publishing industry in Europe, and will provide publishers with valuable additional intelligence that will help them focus their efforts to maintain or improve their competitiveness.
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