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What the future will be like
the financial world, things will be very different free trade agreement indeed, according to MIT professor Simon Johnson, who thinks many of the financial products being sold today, like over-the-counter derivatives, will be illegal judged, accurately, by regulators to not be in the best interests of consumers and. Meanwhile, Jay Parkinson, the co-founder of Hello Health, says the health care industry has a "huge opportunity" to change the way it communicates with patients by conceiving of individual health in relation to happiness. Father James Martin, a Jesuit priest, says it's even likely that we'll see a black pope, reversing centuries of Euro-centrism in favor of Catholics in Africa. But there will also be a reluctant realisation that we all need to eat a better diet, one that is more plant-based and less reliant on processed foods. Singles are ushering into vogue an extended pre-commitment stage of courtship, she wrote.
What does the future hol d for the food we eat, the technology we use and the homes we live in? 5 predictions for what life will be like in 2030. A driverless veh icle. Into a good book.
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Helena Leurent, Enno De Boer, and Diego Hernandez Diaz AI is coming, so economic policy needs to be ready Ajay Agrawal, Joshua Gans, and Avi Goldfarb VoxEU Technology is making these rare elements among the most valuable on Earth Hywel Jones The Conversation This. Apparently his cookies are sublime. The future is unpredictable Predicting the future is notoriously risky, especially if you claim to be an expert and then get it spectacularly wrong. Being forewarned, patients will be able to take action early, changing lifestyle habits or taking designer drugs tailored to their individual DNA. Your communications device, or whatever replaces functions currently served by todays cellphone, may be free or heavily subsidized. Banks of 3D printers would be continually churning out products ordered by the local community, Raik-Allen predicts. Prevention will become the focus as we gain greater control of our health information, using self-monitoring biosensors and smart watches to continuously gather fitness data; web apps will crunch the data, syncing to electronic health records. Genome mapping will lead to personalised medicines and 3D-printed replacement organs. Let us choose for you! Some long view predictions are downright dire.