Which advances will transform both the ‘Now’ and the ‘next’?
Virtual Keynote: November 2020
Keynote: Planning for a safer cyber future | For global security firm ID Agent
This forward-looking installment from global security pros ID Agent will feature a keynote from FutureScape 248’s Founder Shivvy Jervis. She will take audiences on a discovery of how emotive AI, next-gen digital identity and the Internet of Things will impact your business. Express interest in the event here.
Future of Learning: 2020-2025 | In partnership with the office of the Mayor of London
At London Tech Week (September 2020), FutureScape 248 unveiled an investigative piece on the next wave of learning – workplace and educational – in a piece commissioned by the Mayor of London’s office (London & Partners). It explored four core themes: Reskilling; Augmented Realities; Learner-Led Digital Platforms and New Mindset Shifts.
What's next for Learning?
Where's EdTech Going?
The acceleration of edtech in a pandemic world | Interview for VentureBeat
Humanity 5.0: Breakthroughs and Reboots | For AND.Digital
How can our organisations get more future-ready versus future-proof? How will we use “emotionally-aware” software and immersive reality in our businesses? How can leaders think like futurists and what are the critical myths about digital transformation? More on the event here.
Virtual Keynote for AND.Digital
Our Global City of the Future
Future Cities 2040 | In partnership with the office of the Mayor of London
FutureScape 248 have been chosen by the Mayor of London’s office (London & Partners) to envision the future city of 2040 via a series of informed predictions spanning connectivity, mobility and environment. In parallel, we will develop a second theme within this ambitious project – to identify the key forces shaping the future of learning in 2030.
New FutureScape 248 masterclass Humanity 5.0 |
Invited by Microsoft to virtually debut session
Shivvy was invited to present an hour-long masterclass for Microsoft, delivering this virtually in June 2020. The high-energy session and subsequent exclusive q&a covered new leadership approaches in a pandemic age, emotive AI, Mixed Reality and the Internet of Everything and debunked the big myths about digital transformation.
The Humanity 5.0 Masterclass
Six jobs that don't yet exist | Video investigation for a global recruiter
What might a ‘Chief Trust Officer’ and ‘Head of Immersive Workplace’ do? In this mini-investigative format video for global tech recruiter Empiric, Shivvy uncovered six jobs of the future that don’t exist now but will do in the next few years. Watch to find out.
The Impact of AI, Data Science and Mixed Reality on Digital Identity
Security is not just 'an IT thing' warns Shivvy to rapt audience | Norton Lifelock
Speaking on the future of security to a packed room of attendees upon the invitation from leading brand Norton, Shivvy shared tipsheets and predictions on how developments in AI, data science and mixed reality will impact how we protect our digital identity. She also stressed that many organisations still view cyber security as a technological risk when it is actually a core business hazard.
Who are we?
Founded by multi-award winning Futurist Shivvy Jervis, we’re a forecasting lab hunting down and demystifying the most powerful innovations that will benefit business and humanity.
We’re commissioned to research and produce powerful written and video insights spanning a vast bank of themes such as:
- AI & Cognitive Computing
- Future Cities
- Healthcare Tech
- Mixed Reality and Immersive Workplaces
- Data & Security
- Digital Transformation
Headlining events globally, founder Shivvy Jervis is called on to address audiences from an intimate 200 to a staggering 2,000. Themes span:
- Humanity 5.0
- The Future of Work
- ‘Emotive AI’, New Data & Digital Identity
- Leading in a post-pandemic age
- From Industry 4.0 to 5.0: How will we get there responsibly?
What people are saying...
Called on by...
We advise organisations, governments, and start-ups on navigating the Fourth Industrial Revolution. We’re called on by over 80 brands, including the five exemplary organisations below: