2035: How much human tolerates the future?

Lecture by
Sven Gabor Janszky

Available as online lecture

2035: How much human tolerates the future?

2035: How much human tolerates the future?

Digitization and automation are advancing rapidly. Janszky shows a future in which we will live better, healthier and longer despite these developments - but only if we embrace them. All these great promises would only come true if we accepted that computers act better than humans in many areas, says Janszky. The population needs to shed its fear of data privacy in order to take advantage of technologies that work on the basis of Big Data and artificial intelligence through intelligent systems. But this requires us humans to adapt and welcome this change. Companies also need to rethink and prepare for how they will use their employees and their skills in the future, so that they continue to see meaning in their work.
As head of Europe's largest independent futurology institute, 2b AHEAD ThinkTank, futurologist Sven Gabor Janszky has led the latest trend studies and research. He knows the innovations that will be used in the future in medicine, but also in our daily work and family life. For example, self-driving cars will minimize the number of traffic accidents, more precise medical tests will detect diseases at an early stage, and smart sensors will evaluate our customer's emotions. At the same time, new technologies will enable us to improve performance. Digitization makes education and knowledge accessible to everyone, making us more efficient and smarter. The possibilities for shaping our lives are becoming increasingly diverse and branched out.
Futurologist Sven Gabor Janszky focuses on the daily routine of a person in the year 2035 in his fascinating lecture on the book of the same name "2035: How much humanity can the future take". He shows how we can shape a future worth living for ourselves with the help of smart technologies for our own benefit. Europe's most innovative trend researcher takes away the queasy feeling that many feel at the thought of artificial intelligence. Instead, he opens up the far-reaching opportunities for living a better and longer life in the coming years. Even at work, people are becoming more efficient and are able to work far longer hours than was previously the norm.

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