English Dansk

SCENARIO 03:2016

Several large-scale trends are shaping the future of languages and communication: Globalisation is pushing ‘Globish’ towards becoming history’s first global language, new technology makes real-time translation and robot journalism possible, and visual communication is making a comeback in the form of the emoji.

Other topics and articles include: What Will Human Beings Do in the Future? / A Quick Catfix / Diagnosis Culture: YES PLEASE or NO THANKS / Humane Computations / Future... Leaders / This is an Eggplant / EU Towards 2030 / Photo Series: Russian Dolls by Ekaterina Juskowski / Futures Past: The RCA Whirlpool Miracle Kitchen / Blogs / Books / Podcasts / Scenarios / Tech / Trends, Ideas, Visions, and more...

Read SCENARIO 03:2016

              Bookmark and Share    

Copenhagen Institute for Futures Studies

Founded in 1970 by Professor Thorkil Kristensen, former Minister of Finance and Secretary-General of the OECD.    
We strengthen the basis for decision-making in public and private organizations by creating awareness of the future and highlighting its importance to the present.  

Select your own entrance to the future

Newsletter |     Membership |     Presentations |     Magazines |     Reports |     Projects  

About us

Who we are |     Contact |     Employees |     Members  

Contact the webmaster

    Copenhagen Institute for Futures Studies |     Amaliegade 5 C |     DK-1256 Copenhagen K |     +45 33117176 |     cifs@cifs.dk