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Kevin Warwick
professor of cybernetics at the the School of Systems Engineering at the University of Reading
An interface system between humans and technology will enable humans to have improved memory and mathematical skills, an increased sensory range and the ability to communicate by thought alone.
Bruno Waterfield
Dods Europe editor at The Parliament Magazine, TheParliament.com and Regional Review
Defending the human identity against those that seek to diminish it will be the project that will define the European of the 21st century.
Peter Whittle
writer, broadcaster and director of the New Culture Forum
Despite – or indeed because of - the gradual disintegration of public life in its traditional sense, people will retain the need to come together, and here cultural activity could become increasingly important
Austin Williams
director of the Future Cities Project, development manager at NBS
We need to be confident enough to make mistakes. Only this way will students entering architecture schools in 2024, be set the ambitious challenge to appreciate, reject or improve what we've done and move on.
James Woudhuysen
professor of forecasting and innovation at De Montfort University in Leicester, columnist at IT Week, and co-director of audacity
The future is indeed what we make it – provided that the political will and the economic investment are fought for.
Dr Chris Yapp
head of public sector innovation at Microsoft Corporation
The invention of the limited liability company was one of the great innovations of the industrial society. We need an innovation of this impact to help us learn new governance models for the knowledge society.
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