Invitation to Participate in the
Culture/Arts/Media Work/Tech 2050
On behalf of The Millennium Project, I have the pleasure to invite you to share your insights about actions by culture/arts/media that could make the transition to the changing work-technology dynamics by 2050 as beneficial for all as possible.
As you may know, The Millennium Project conducted extensive research and several international Real-Time Delphi’s to produce the three Work/Technology 2050 Global Scenarios.These scenarios were input to national workshops in 19 countries to identify strategies to address some of the issues raised. (If you have not already, you might click the link above to see them.) These strategies were grouped by actions for government, education, business, culture, and S&T communities. A separate Real-Time Delphi will assess actions for each. Three RTDelphi's have already been launched (education, government, and busines).
You are invited to share your views on the fourth RTDelphi in this series which focuses on culture, arts, and/or media actions. The last RTDelphi' will rate actions for the S&T communities. You will be notified about this later.
For now, please go to https://themp.org/rtd/cultureartsmedia_worktech_2050/ and sign in and give yourself a password (unless you previously set up an account, then use your same email address and password). You will be asked four demographic questions (and you will not be asked these again when you return the next time to this RTDelphi). Please do not feel pressure to rate all 16 items on your first visit. Only answer those questions you are comfortable answering; you do not have to answer all the questions. You can return as many times as you like before 31 August 2018. You can see what others have rated and read their reasons. Think of this as a global asynchronous discussion with your peers around the world without attribution so that ideas are persuasive rather than personalities or status.
The results will be shared with all those who participate.
Jerome Glenn, CEO
The Millennium Project
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The Millennium Project is a global participatory think tank connecting 63 Nodes around the world that identify long-range challenges and strategies, and initiate and conduct foresight studies, workshops, symposiums, and advanced training. Its mission is to improve thinking about the future and make it available through a variety of media for feedback to accumulate wisdom about the future for better decisions today. It produces the State of the Future reports, the Futures Research Methodology series, the Global Futures Intelligence System (GFIS), and special studies. Over 4,500 futurists, scholars, business planners, and policy makers who work for international organizations, governments, corporations, NGOs, and universities have participated in The Millennium Project’s research, since its inception, in 1992 and founding in 1996. The Millennium Project was selected among the top ten think tanks in the world for new ideas and paradigms by the 2013 and 2014 University of Pennsylvania’s GoTo Think Tank Index, and 2012 Computerworld Honors Laureate for its contributions to collective intelligence systems.