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Auteur: Tom Goodwin

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From pocket-sized devices connecting the world to driverless cars roaming city streets — who could have imagined? Space tourism, gene editing, and more — all once wild dreams are now a reality.


Join innovation expert Tom Goodwin on 'My Wildest Predictions' every other Wednesday starting November 22nd, as we explore the forefront of this ever-changing world with business and tech visionaries



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Audrey Tsang is the CEO of the app Clue. You might be wondering what Clue is, but over 10 million people in more than 190 countries use it religiously to track their periods. Clue is a trailblazer in menstrual health and femtech. In fact, the term was coined by its founder, Ida Tin. Tsang is here to tell us more about this revolution and her predictions for the future of health tech.My Wildest Prediction is a podcast series from Euronews Business where we dare to imagine the future with business and tech visionaries. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Nikolas Badminton's work is the antithesis of mindfulness. He is a futurist and "hope engineer," renowned for delivering talks globally and mentoring high-level executives and government officials for over three decades. Given his expertise, we believe he is the ideal person to delve into discussions about the future and share his bold predictions with us.My Wildest Prediction is a podcast series from Euronews Business where we dare to imagine the future with business and tech visionaries. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Are you interested in trying a wireless headset that allows you to interact with digital devices simply by reading your mind? This isn't science fiction; it was invented over a decade ago by Australian entrepreneur, inventor, and businesswoman Tan Le. Her groundbreaking work in neuroscience has deepened our understanding of the brain's inner workings. Now, she predicts that we will all use neural interfaces in our daily lives, and they will resemble easy-to-wear headphones.My Wildest Prediction is a podcast series from Euronews Business where we dare to imagine the future with business and tech visionaries. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Fed up with all the anger and noise on social media? Entrepreneur, futurist, and author Dominique Jaurola believes that change is possible through the implementation of new structures for human engagement. Having witnessed Nokia’s transformation from a small company into a household name and assisted numerous organizations in navigating change, she has launched Hunome, a startup aimed at connecting the dots to foster better understanding.My Wildest Prediction is a podcast series from Euronews Business where we dare to imagine the future with business and tech visionaries. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
While flying taxis may still sound like science fiction, they are poised to become a reality before the end of the year. Volocopter's drone-shaped electric vehicles are ready to take flight in Paris, coinciding with the 2024 Olympic Games.Dirk Hoke, former CEO of Airbus Defense and Space, spearheads this groundbreaking initiative at Volocopter, a German start-up pioneering the introduction of electric air taxis to the market: the most disruptive revolution in urban mobility since the beginning of the century.My Wildest Prediction is a podcast series from Euronews Business where we dare to imagine the future with business and tech visionaries. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
In Silicon Valley, some say that the app Superhuman is the next frontier of work. However, its principle is not as futuristic as one might expect; there's no quantum, blockchain, metaverse, or whatever. Instead, it's addressing a very down-to-earth problem: email management. Something that eats away at our time and hampers our productivity.We discuss the future of work with its CEO Rahul Vohra: "Imagine dictating just a few ideas into your phone and having that email fully written for you, effortlessly."My Wildest Prediction is a podcast series from Euronews Business where we dare to imagine the future with business and tech visionaries. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
"It's not acceptable for a CEO to simply say, 'Well, I don't do marketing,'" says Ed Fidoe. That's why he is leading at a groundbreaking university aimed at cultivating well-rounded leaders.Fidoe is one of the minds behind the UK's first new university with degree-granting powers since the 1960s—the London Interdisciplinary School (LIS).He argues that specialising alone will fall short in a world grappling with intricate challenges like climate change and AI; instead, one must embrace interdisciplinary skills.My Wildest Prediction is a podcast series from Euronews Business where we dare to imagine the future with business and tech visionaries. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Robots will build everything: our clothes, our food... but they will start by constructing our homes. This is Tesla veteran Russell Varone's wildest prediction. He's already providing a glimpse into this future. Varone is the co-founder and CTO of Diamond Age, a US-based company that has successfully constructed 25 houses using 3D printing and robotic technology. Varone quotes Elon Musk to communicate his vision: “Physics is the law. Everything else is a recommendation. So we abide by that."Varone quotes Elon Musk to articulate his vision: “Physics is the law. Everything else is a recommendation. So we abide by that."My Wildest Prediction is a podcast series from Euronews Business where we dare to imagine the future with business and tech visionaries. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
In an age ruled by incessant screen time and with Pornhub, the colossal streaming pornography platform, valued at $97 billion, it appears audacious to propose that the era of viewing erotic content is drawing to a close. Yet, Caroline Spiegel has a different take. She has pioneered a female-first erotic app that encourages listening to, rather than watching, explicit content, stating, "Imagination is a truly powerful tool."My Wildest Prediction is a podcast series from Euronews Business where we dare to imagine the future with business and tech visionaries. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year for retailers. With Christmas around the corner, shopping soars: groceries and drinks for dinners, toys, electronics for gifts, and clothes for events. It seems wild not to believe that capitalism is in perfect health... However, former Greek Minister of Economics Yanis Varoufakis not only thinks it's in decline but claims it's already dead. Who killed it? Well, according to him, Amazon and Alibaba, among others.My Wildest Prediction is a podcast series from Euronews Business where we dare to imagine the future with business and tech visionaries. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
In a future dominated by driverless cars, will your grandchildren need a driver's license?Alex Roy, a former executive at Argo AI, a U.S. autonomous driving technology company, is also a rally race driver who asserts that autonomous vehicles are inevitable. Soon, driverless cars won't be the exception but the norm.However, he also argues that human driving will never disappear. How will these two predictions coexist? Listen to the latest episode of My Wildest Prediction on the future of mobility.My Wildest Prediction is a podcast series from Euronews Business where we dare to imagine the future with business and tech visionaries. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Renate Nyborg was Tinder's first female CEO, but she left the popular dating app with a mission to use technology to combat loneliness. She is launching a new app, Meeno, that utilizes AI to help solve relationship problems. She also predicts that the future will involve fewer online dating experiences and more real-life encounters.In this first episode of My Wildest Prediction, Tom Goodwin discusses with Renate Nyborg her boldest predictions on love and chatbots.My Wildest Prediction is a podcast series from Euronews Business where we dare to imagine the future with business and tech visionaries. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Dating apps will die, capitalism is over, and social apps will slowly disappear... Get ready for some very wild predictions from the world's tech and business leaders as they chat about the future with innovation expert Tom Goodwin.Subscribe now and dare to imagine the future world with us every other Wednesday, starting November 22nd. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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