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Everybody loves to move. How we choose to move will determine what life looks like for the next generation. In this season of The Future of X, we take a look at the future of mobility, in partnership with Ford. The future of mobility has the potential to electrify our imagination, sustain our planet and connect us like never before. If you want to see how we can get there, then get in and buckle up. It’s going to be a wild ride.
 
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Everybody loves to move. How we choose to move will determine what life looks like for the next generation. In this season of The Future of X, we take a look at the future of mobility, in partnership with Ford. The future of mobility has the potential to electrify our imagination, sustain our planet and connect us like never before. If you want to …
 
Over the past several decades, the growth of large agribusinesses has made it harder for smaller local farms to keep up. In this episode, we explore the importance of small, local farms for building the sustainable agricultural models of the future that will be essential to meeting consumer needs and feeding the planet.…
 
“You are what you eat,” as the old saying goes, and consumers are thinking more about what they eat — and who they are — than ever before. In this episode, we explore some of the trends defining our ethical food choices, from animal welfare to sustainability, and look at what the future might hold for these trends going forward.…
 
Ever look down at your plate of food and wonder where the ingredients came from? OZY’s hit podcast franchise The Future of X is back, and this season we’re investigating The Future of Farming with our friends at Vital Farms. Each episode will take a look at the all-important field of farming, from how data will revolutionize farming to the impact o…
 
There is a profound shift facing business leaders worldwide, reflecting the importance of social capital in shaping an organization's purpose, guiding its relationships with stakeholders and influencing its ultimate success or failure. As our work evolves through automation, it will become something less that has to be done (so it can be ticked off…
 
“Don’t ask your boss for a raise today, she’s having a bad morning. Take this alternate route instead.” Forget about struggling to make conversation over burnt coffee or going on a Google deep dive to discover intel prior to a meeting. The power of technology will allow you to instantly see the connections you have between yourself and clients or c…
 
You’ve heard that your company is like a family. So what happens when your company tries to hire your entire family? In the not-so-distant future, AI tools and algorithms will help determine the optimal size and makeup of specialized teams that move together as one, based on complementary personality traits and skills. As these teams establish thei…
 
In less than 20 years, workflows won’t just be more streamlined, they’ll be thrilling. This episode will do a deep dive on the gamification of productivity, as teams will collaborate on projects the same way they join together to play Fortnite. Special Guest: Keisha Howard, Founder of Sugar GamersBy OZY
 
A recent study found that people spend a third of their time in an office just reading, sending and answering emails. With advanced automation, humans will not be required to spend time on mundane tasks like slogging through endless spreadsheets or sorting through thousands of emails, but rather focus their mind on creative problem-solving. This ep…
 
Welcome back to The Future of X. In partnership with Smartsheet, this season, The Future of X explores the workplace, tackling themes such as how AI will enhance productivity and how automation could unlock greater human achievement. Based on OZY’s journalism and timely interviews with leading futurists, we examine the ways in which technology will…
 
On today’s bonus episode, Carlos sits down with two leaders from the world of health care to talk about their visions of the future — including their biggest fears. We speak with Debra Canales, executive vice president and chief administrative officer at Providence St. Joseph Health, a nationwide not-for-profit health system worth more than $25 bil…
 
What will dying look like after all diseases have been eradicated? Thanks to “psychedelic-assisted therapies,” heading into the great unknown in the future could be an exciting trip, rather than a dreaded crisis. In this episode, we talk to medical professionals about reversing the aging process, dying peacefully, body farming and achieving “digita…
 
In this episode we start in 2069 — when we just might be able to delete mental illness from our brains — and work back to the present. On the way, we learn about “neurodiversity” and how conditions like hypomania could come to be valued, and we speak to Arianna Huffington, founder of The Huffington Post who created a wellness startup after collapsi…
 
Welcome to the year 2069. The good news? Cancer has become a mere inconvenience. The bad? It’s been replaced by an epidemic that's far more sinister, spawning solo karaoke booths and one-person restaurant tables. In the first episode of The Future of X: Health, we explore the diseases we've yet to recognize, the next wave in biotech and how researc…
 
Scrubs: check. Scalpel: check. VR headset and emotional well-being monitor: check, check. Technology is having an increasing impact in the operating theater and beyond. Yet, as experts reveal in The Future of X: Health, patient treatment in 50 years' time won't be based entirely on robots or advanced A.I., but rather on raw human connection. In thi…
 
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