2008 Washington DC Interview With Jerome C. Glenn





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Published on May 24, 2011

Location: World Future Society (WFS) Conference, Washington DC
Interviewed by: Wendy McGuinness

About this Interview:
In this interview Jerome explores the use of technology and the resulting implications in fifty years time.

About Jerome C Glenn:
Jerome Clayton Glenn is the Co-founder and Director of The Millennium Project. Along with co-authoring the annual 'State of the Future' reports published by the Millennium Project each year, Jerome has written over 100 articles, and addressed more than 200 leading universities and corporations around the world, on a variety of futures-related topics. Mr. Glenn has more than 37 years of futures research experience working for governments, international organisations, and private industry in the areas of science and technology policy, economics, education, defence, space, forecasting methodology, international telecommunications, and decision support systems with the Millennium Project, Committee for the Future, Hudson Institute and his own firm, the Future Options Room.

Mr Glenn is also known for inventing the Future's wheel, a forecasting technique for futures thinking, as well as pioneering ideas such as conscious-technology, just-in-time knowledge and learning and information warfare. His recent publications include Future Education and Learning Possibilities by 2030, Global Energy Scenarios for 2020, Future S&T Management Policy Issues: 2025 Global Scenarios, and Middle East Peace Scenarios.

For more information on the McGuinness Institute see www.mcguinnessinstitute.org
For more information on the World Futures Society see www.wfs.org

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