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What YOU can do to Save the Planet

What YOU can do to Save the Planet

September 20, 2022

Futurized is a bi-weekly show, preparing YOU to think about how to deal with the next decade's disruption, so you can succeed and thrive no matter what happens. In this episode of the podcast, the topic is: What YOU can do to Save the Planet. Our guest is Justin Gillis, author, consultant, and speaker, former climate change journalist at The New York Times.

In this conversation, they talk about the areas where ambitious but eminently practical changes will have the greatest effect. 

If you're new to the show, seek particular topics, or you are looking for a great way to tell your friends about the show, which we always appreciate, we've got the episode categories. Those are at Futurized.org/episodes. They are collections of your favorite episodes organized by topic, such as Entrepreneurship, Trends, Emerging Tech, or The Future of Work. That'll help new listeners get a taste of everything that we do here, starting with a topic they are familiar with, or want to go deeper in.

The host of this podcast, Trond Arne Undheim, Ph.D is the co-author with Natan Linder of Augmented Lean published by Wiley in 2022, author of Health Tech: Rebooting Society's Software, Hardware and Mindset--published by Routledge in 2021, Future Tech: How to Capture Value from Disruptive industry Trends--published by Kogan Page in 2021, Pandemic Aftermath: how Coronavirus changes Global Society and Disruption Games: How to Thrive on Serial Failure (2020)--both published by Atmosphere Press in 2020, Leadership From Below: How the Internet Generation Redefines the Workplace by Lulu Press in 2008. For an overview, go to Trond's Books at Trondundheim.com/books

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Trond's takeaway

We should all want to take part in saving the planet, but the question becomes how we can be effective at it as individuals. As it turns out, there are numerous actions we can take, and they involve far more than recycling. To move the needle, we might have to engage in state and local politics, evolving from green consumers to green citizens. ]

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If you like this topic, you may enjoy other episodes of Futurized, such as episode 158, The Real World Beyond Sustainability. Hopefully, you'll find something awesome in these or other episodes. If so, do let us know by messaging us, we would love to share your thoughts with other listeners.

Futurized is created in association with Yegii, the insight network. Yegii lets clients create multidisciplinary dream teams consisting of a subject matter experts, academics, consultants, data scientists, and generalists as team leaders. Yegii's services include speeches, briefings, seminars, reports and ongoing monitoring. You can find Yegii at Yegii.org.

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Deep Tech in Abu Dhabi

Deep Tech in Abu Dhabi

September 13, 2022

In this episode of the podcast, the topic is: Deep Tech in Abu Dhabi. Our guest is Ray O. Johnson, CEO of the Technology Innovation Institute.

In this conversation, they talk about the transition from a petroleum based economy to a high tech economy.

If you're new to the show, seek particular topics, or you are looking for a great way to tell your friends about the show, which we always appreciate, we've got the episode categories. Those are at Futurized.org/episodes. They are collections of your favorite episodes organized by topic, such as Entrepreneurship, Trends, Emerging Tech, or The Future of Work. That'll help new listeners get a taste of everything that we do here, starting with a topic they are familiar with, or want to go deeper in.

The host of this podcast, Trond Arne Undheim, Ph.D is the co-author with Natan Linder of Augmented Lean published by Wiley in 2022, author of Health Tech: Rebooting Society's Software, Hardware and Mindset--published by Routledge in 2021, Future Tech: How to Capture Value from Disruptive industry Trends--published by Kogan Page in 2021, Pandemic Aftermath: how Coronavirus changes Global Society and Disruption Games: How to Thrive on Serial Failure (2020)--both published by Atmosphere Press in 2020, Leadership From Below: How the Internet Generation Redefines the Workplace by Lulu Press in 2008. For an overview, go to Trond's Books at Trondundheim.com/books

At this stage, Futurized is lucky enough to have several sponsors. To check them out, go to Sponsors | Futurized - thoughts on our emerging future.

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Trond's takeaway

Transitioning a state's economy from one paradigm to another is not an easy task, and it always takes years. Investing in R&D is a key part of the transition. The hard part is not just to make the technology breakthroughs, but to create the innovations that must follow in new business models, and complete with upskilling local talent to be employed in the new reality. To be part of such a change is exciting and it is a leap of faith.

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If you like this topic, you may enjoy other episodes of Futurized, such as episode 61, The emergent Arabian startup scene. Hopefully, you'll find something awesome in these or other episodes. If so, do let us know by messaging us, we would love to share your thoughts with other listeners.

Futurized is created in association with Yegii, the insight network. Yegii lets clients create multidisciplinary dream teams consisting of a subject matter experts, academics, consultants, data scientists, and generalists as team leaders. Yegii's services include speeches, briefings, seminars, reports and ongoing monitoring. You can find Yegii at Yegii.org.

The Futurized team consists of podcast host and sound technician Trond Arne Undheim, videographer Raul Edward D'Trewethan, and podcast marketer Nahin Israfil Hossain.

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The Hydrogen Economy Value Chain in Aviation

The Hydrogen Economy Value Chain in Aviation

September 6, 2022

In this episode of the Futurized podcast, the topic is: The Hydrogen Economy Value Chain in Aviation. Our guest is Paul Eremenko, CEO and co-founder of Universal Hydrogen.

In this conversation, they talk about driving forces, R&D, risks, trade-offs, uncertainties, scalability, impact on climate change, economy, and on the industry supply chain.

If you're new to the show, seek particular topics, or you are looking for a great way to tell your friends about the show, which we always appreciate, we've got the episode categories. Those are at Futurized.org/episodes. They are collections of your favorite episodes organized by topic, such as Entrepreneurship, Trends, Emerging Tech, or The Future of Work. That'll help new listeners get a taste of everything that we do here, starting with a topic they are familiar with, or want to go deeper in.

The host of this podcast, Trond Arne Undheim, Ph.D is the co-author with Natan Linder of Augmented Lean published by Wiley in 2022, author of Health Tech: Rebooting Society's Software, Hardware and Mindset--published by Routledge in 2021, Future Tech: How to Capture Value from Disruptive industry Trends--published by Kogan Page in 2021, Pandemic Aftermath: how Coronavirus changes Global Society and Disruption Games: How to Thrive on Serial Failure (2020)--both published by Atmosphere Press in 2020, Leadership From Below: How the Internet Generation Redefines the Workplace by Lulu Press in 2008. For an overview, go to Trond's Books at Trondundheim.com/books

At this stage, Futurized is lucky enough to have several sponsors. To check them out, go to Sponsors | Futurized - thoughts on our emerging future.

If you are interested in sponsoring the podcast, or to get an overview of other services provided by the host of this podcast, including how to book him for keynote speeches, please go to Store | Futurized - thoughts on our emerging future. We will consider all brands that have a demonstrably positive contribution to the future.

Trond's takeaway

The hydrogen economy is coming, it is not even a question of when, it is exactly how we will make it work in the coming decades that is the interesting part. The innovation is not so much in pure R&D as it is in coordinating the introduction of a new fuel source paradigm which would mean building hydrogen-driven planes, but also tweaking airport infrastructure to cater to hydrogen as a fuel source. The key will be to achieve modularity, to increase the efficiency with which cargo and fuel flows through the supply chain. These long-term shifts are not easy to see for politicians and asset owners, but will entail their buy-in. 

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The Real World Beyond Sustainability

The Real World Beyond Sustainability

June 14, 2022

In episode 158 of the Futurized podcast, the topic is: The Real World Beyond Sustainability. Our guest is Dr. John R. Ehrenfeld, industrial ecology pioneer, ex-MIT researcher, and author. Futurized is a bi-weekly show, preparing YOU to think about how to deal with the next decade's disruption, so you can succeed and thrive no matter what happens. Make sure you are subscribed to our newsletter on Futurized.org, where you can find hundreds of episodes of conversations that matter to the future. Futurized—conversations that matter.

In this conversation, we talk about how reducing unsustainability still does not create whatever it is we agree should be sustained and how the significant problems must be attacked at the roots, not merely at the level of symptom, by taking up a normative worldview he calls flourishing. We discuss his recent book, The Right Way to Flourish: Reconnecting with the Real World, Routledge, 2019, which deserves a wide audience for its deeply considered vision of a new paradigm beyond the eco-efficiency implicit in how most of us currently understand sustainability. We discuss a number of thought leaders, including philosophers such as Martin Heidegger, and neuroscientist and psychiatrist Ian McGilchrist.

 

Trond's takeaway

After it gained prominence with the Brundtland report in the late 1980s, Sustainability quickly became defined and operationalized as eco-efficiency without considering the important question of what it is that we want to sustain in the first place. That was convenient both for policy makers and for corporations, and was alluring to consumers, too, but it is ultimately misguided. Instead, we need to embrace a different, more ambitious paradigm which contains within it a normative vision for a better future, not just a form of managed ecological decline.

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If you like this topic, you may enjoy other episodes of Futurized, such as episode 52, The Future of Peer-to-Peer, episode 14, Post-pandemic Tech, or episode 3, The Remaking of Transportation. Hopefully, you'll find something awesome in these or other episodes. If so, do let us know by messaging us, we would love to share your thoughts with other listeners.

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Energy System Transformation

Energy System Transformation

May 31, 2022

In episode 157 of the Futurized podcast, the topic is Energy System Transformation. Our guest is Carolina Torres, Executive Director of Energy Industry Transformation at Cognite. In this conversation with host Trond Arne Undheim (@trondau), they talk about how software can help transform the energy industry and needed sustainability breakthroughs.

 

Trond's takeaway

Digitizing heavy asset industries is a key challenge of our time, and it won't be easy. Luckily, there are ways to go about it, and software is key to the transition because it allows the industry to track its progress. We can only hope the analytics is used to speed up the process rather than do the minimum, our ecosystem depends on it. Perhaps we can do more than hoping, though, as we can each put pressure on our employers and governments and local city councils, make investment choices, and practice sustainability.

If you like this topic, you may enjoy other episodes of Futurized, such as episode 123, Regenerative Business, episode 70,  The Future of Cleantech, or episode 126, Industrial Biomanufacturing. Hopefully, you'll find something awesome in these or other episodes. If so, do let us know by messaging us, we would love to share your thoughts with other listeners.

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Managing Remote Work Presence

Managing Remote Work Presence

May 24, 2022

Futurized goes beneath the trends to track the underlying forces of disruption in tech, policy, business models, social dynamics and the environment.

I’m your host, Trond Arne Undheim (@trondau), futurist, author, investor, and serial entrepreneur. Join me as I discuss the societal impact of deep tech such as AI, blockchain, IoT, nanotech, quantum, robotics, and synthetic biology, and tackle topics such as entrepreneurship, trends, or the future of work. On the show, I interview smart people with a soul: founders, authors, executives, and other thought leaders, or even the occasional celebrity.

Futurized is a bi-weekly show, preparing YOU to think about how to deal with the next decade's disruption, so you can succeed and thrive no matter what happens.

Futurized—conversations that matter.

In episode 154of the podcast, the topic is: Managing Remote Work Presence . Our guest is Alexander Embiricos, CEO & co-founder, Remotion.

In this conversation, they talk about: What is presence in the workplace? How to manage remote presence? How can digital tools help? Why we need more remote work.

If you're new to the show, seek particular topics, or you are looking for a great way to tell your friends about the show, which we always appreciate, we've got the episode categories. Those are at Futurized.org/episodes. They are collections of your favorite episodes organized by topic, such as Entrepreneurship, Trends, Emerging Tech, or The Future of Work. That'll help new listeners get a taste of everything that we do here, starting with a topic they are familiar with, or want to go deeper in.

The host of this podcast, Trond Arne Undheim, Ph.D is the author of Health Tech: Rebooting Society's Software, Hardware and Mindset--published by Routledge in 2021, Future Tech: How to Capture Value from Disruptive industry Trends--published by Kogan Page in 2021, Pandemic Aftermath: how Coronavirus changes Global Society and Disruption Games: How to Thrive on Serial Failure (2020)--both published by Atmosphere Press in 2020, Leadership From Below: How the Internet Generation Redefines the Workplace by Lulu Press in 2008. For an overview, go to Trond's Books at Trondundheim.com/books

At this stage, Futurized is lucky enough to have several sponsors. To check them out, go to Sponsors | Futurized - thoughts on our emerging future.

If you are interested in sponsoring the podcast, or to get an overview of other services provided by the host of this podcast, including how to book him for keynote speeches, please go to Store | Futurized - thoughts on our emerging future. We will consider all brands that have a demonstrably positive contribution to the future.

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Trond's takeaway

The pandemic triggered changes in the workplace and now the durability of those changes are being tested. Both managers and employees need to ask themselves how to achieve desired presence and impact in their workplace and working lives. Some of it might be best achieved by being together in person, other needs can be satisfied by simply being together remotely. Work is usually about achieving something together. What that means is changing but there is no reason to think the dust is settled on this issue yet.

Thanks for listening. If you liked the show, subscribe at Futurized.org or in your preferred podcast player, and rate us with five stars.

If you like this topic, you may enjoy other episodes of Futurized, such as episode 150, Rogue Waves of Change with Futurist Jonathan Brill author of the recent book also called Rogue Waves, episode 124, Cultural Agility with Prof. Paula Caligiuri], or episode 113, Tech in Tomorrow's Learning Organizations with Michael Leckie, author of The Heart of Transformation]. Hopefully, you'll find something awesome in these or other episodes. If so, do let us know by messaging us, we would love to share your thoughts with other listeners.

Futurized is created in association with Yegii, the insight network. Yegii lets clients create multidisciplinary dream teams consisting of a subject matter experts, academics, consultants, data scientists, and generalists as team leaders. Yegii's services include speeches, briefings, seminars, reports and ongoing monitoring. You can find Yegii at Yegii.org.

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The Rise of Empathy

The Rise of Empathy

May 10, 2022

In episode 153 of the Futurized podcast, the topic is: The Rise of Empathy. Our guest is Sophie Wade, author and futurist in discussion with host Trond Arne Undheim (@trondau), futurist and author. 

In this conversation, they talk about how the topic got of empathy got on the agenda again, key topics such as burnout, generations, new social contracts at work, hybrid work environment, we discuss empathy habits, team performance, organizational psychology, brain science, and what all of this means for the future of work. 

Trond's takeaway

Empathy is one of those topics that rises to the agenda every now and then but probably deserves to always be discussed, given that the future of work is one where we will need to be highly attuned to both humans and machines, and might need to amp up our emotional repertoire and antennae to compete with both.

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If you like this topic, you may enjoy other episodes of Futurized, such as episode 124, Cultural Agility, episode 113, Tech in Tomorrow's Learning Organizations, or episode 93, Orchestrating the Freelance Economy. You can access each episode by typing in Futurized.org/episode number. Hopefully, you'll find something awesome in these or other episodes. If so, do let us know by messaging us, we would love to share your thoughts with other listeners.

Futurized is created in association with Yegii, the insight network. Yegii lets clients create multidisciplinary dream teams consisting of a subject matter experts, academics, consultants, data scientists, and generalists as team leaders. Yegii's services include speeches, briefings, seminars, reports and ongoing monitoring. You can find Yegii at Yegii.org.

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Taking Antiques into the Future

Taking Antiques into the Future

April 26, 2022

In episode 154 of the Futurized podcast, the topic is: Taking Antiques into the Future. Our guest is R.T. Custer, CEO & co-founder of The Vortic Watch Company. 

In this conversation, they talk about the rich history of manufacturing in the US, combining traditional and cutting edge technology to create unique, quality, functional products, and what learning to derive from building a successful business.

Futurized goes beneath the trends to track the underlying forces of disruption in tech, policy, business models, social dynamics and the environment.

I’m your host, Trond Arne Undheim (@trondau), futurist, author, investor, and serial entrepreneur. Join me as I discuss the societal impact of deep tech such as AI, blockchain, IoT, nanotech, quantum, robotics, and synthetic biology, and tackle topics such as entrepreneurship, trends, or the future of work. On the show, I interview smart people with a soul: founders, authors, executives, and other thought leaders, or even the occasional celebrity.

Futurized is a bi-weekly show, preparing YOU to think about how to deal with the next decade's disruption, so you can succeed and thrive no matter what happens. Futurized—conversations that matter.

If you're new to the show, seek particular topics, or you are looking for a great way to tell your friends about the show, which we always appreciate, we've got the episode categories. Those are at Futurized.org/episodes. They are collections of your favorite episodes organized by topic, such as Entrepreneurship, Trends, Emerging Tech, or The Future of Work. That'll help new listeners get a taste of everything that we do here, starting with a topic they are familiar with, or want to go deeper in.

The host of this podcast, Trond Arne Undheim, Ph.D is the author of Health Tech: Rebooting Society's Software, Hardware and Mindset--published by Routledge in 2021, Future Tech: How to Capture Value from Disruptive industry Trends--published by Kogan Page in 2021, Pandemic Aftermath: how Coronavirus changes Global Society and Disruption Games: How to Thrive on Serial Failure (2020)--both published by Atmosphere Press in 2020, Leadership From Below: How the Internet Generation Redefines the Workplace by Lulu Press in 2008. For an overview, go to Trond's Books at Trondundheim.com/books

At this stage, Futurized is lucky enough to have several sponsors. To check them out, go to Sponsors | Futurized - thoughts on our emerging future.

If you are interested in sponsoring the podcast, or to get an overview of other services provided by the host of this podcast, including how to book him for keynote speeches, please go to Store | Futurized - thoughts on our emerging future. We will consider all brands that have a demonstrably positive contribution to the future.

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Trond's takeaway:

If you create something unique, evoking historical significance you don't really need a brand strategy. Perhaps, but Vortic Watch company has all that and still used influencer marketing to tap into new audiences for the fraction of the cost of traditional marketing options. What's for certain is that deep artisanal skills are as much in demand as always, if you give a twist to it. Watches - and marketing - remain timeless, each in different ways.

Thanks for listening. If you liked the show, subscribe at Futurized.org or in your preferred podcast player, and rate us with five stars.

If you like this topic, you may enjoy other episodes of Futurized, such as episode 134, [Articulating the Future], episode 111, [How to Demystify Technology], or episode 121, [The Future of MarTech]. Hopefully, you'll find something awesome in these or other episodes. If so, do let us know by messaging us, we would love to share your thoughts with other listeners.

Futurized is created in association with Yegii, the insight network. Yegii lets clients create multidisciplinary dream teams consisting of a subject matter experts, academics, consultants, data scientists, and generalists as team leaders. Yegii's services include speeches, briefings, seminars, reports and ongoing monitoring. You can find Yegii at Yegii.org.

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How Federated Machine Learning Powers Privacy

How Federated Machine Learning Powers Privacy

April 19, 2022

In episode 151 of the podcast, the topic is: How Federated Machine Learning Powers Privacy. Our guest is Dave Bauer, CTO, BOSS AI.

In this conversation, we talk about what federated machine learning is and why care, noting its effects on distributed compute, edge clusters, privacy preserving features, and the emerging use cases.

Futurized goes beneath the trends to track the underlying forces of disruption in tech, policy, business models, social dynamics and the environment. I’m your host, Trond Arne Undheim (@trondau), futurist, author, investor, and serial entrepreneur. Join me as I discuss the societal impact of deep tech such as AI, blockchain, IoT, nanotech, quantum, robotics, and synthetic biology, and tackle topics such as entrepreneurship, trends, or the future of work. On the show, I interview smart people with a soul: founders, authors, executives, and other thought leaders, or even the occasional celebrity.

Futurized is a bi-weekly show, preparing YOU to think about how to deal with the next decade's disruption, so you can succeed and thrive no matter what happens.

If you're new to the show, seek particular topics, or you are looking for a great way to tell your friends about the show, which we always appreciate, we've got the episode categories. Those are at Futurized.org/episodes. They are collections of your favorite episodes organized by topic, such as Entrepreneurship, Trends, Emerging Tech, or The Future of Work. That'll help new listeners get a taste of everything that we do here, starting with a topic they are familiar with, or want to go deeper in.

The host of this podcast, Trond Arne Undheim, Ph.D is the author of Augmented Lean: A Human-Centric Framework for Managing Frontline Operations (co-authored with Natan Linder and published by Wiley in 2022), Health Tech: Rebooting Society's Software, Hardware and Mindset--published by Routledge in 2021, Future Tech: How to Capture Value from Disruptive industry Trends--published by Kogan Page in 2021, Pandemic Aftermath: how Coronavirus changes Global Society and Disruption Games: How to Thrive on Serial Failure (2020)--both published by Atmosphere Press in 2020, and Leadership From Below: How the Internet Generation Redefines the Workplace by Lulu Press in 2008. For an overview, go to Trond's Books at Trondundheim.com/books

At this stage, Futurized is lucky enough to have several sponsors. To check them out, go to Sponsors | Futurized - thoughts on our emerging future.

If you are interested in sponsoring the podcast, or to get an overview of other services provided by the host of this podcast, including how to book him for keynote speeches, please go to Store | Futurized - thoughts on our emerging future. We will consider all brands that have a demonstrably positive contribution to the future.

Before you do anything else, make sure you are subscribed to our newsletter on Futurized.org, where you can find hundreds of episodes of conversations that matter to the future. I hope you can also leave a positive review on iTunes or in your favorite podcast player--it really matters to the future of this podcast. Thanks so much, let's begin.

Trond's takeaway:

The future outlook for Federated Machine Learning is that it takes a key role in facilitating supercompute, that it supports low/no-code development, becomes a lynchpin for safeguarding privacy, and ultimately, powers novel user experiences such as immersive graphics.

 

Thanks for listening. If you liked the show, subscribe at Futurized.org or in your preferred podcast player, and rate us with five stars.

If you like this topic, you may enjoy other episodes of Futurized, such as episode 140, [When will Conversational AI get Real?], episode 69, [The Future of Quantum Security], or episode 30, [The Quest for Artificial General Intelligence]. Hopefully, you'll find something awesome in these or other episodes. If so, do let us know by messaging us, we would love to share your thoughts with other listeners.

Futurized is created in association with Yegii, the insight network. Yegii lets clients create multidisciplinary dream teams consisting of a subject matter experts, academics, consultants, data scientists, and generalists as team leaders. Yegii's services include speeches, briefings, seminars, reports and ongoing monitoring. You can find Yegii at Yegii.org.

Please share this show with those you care about. To find us on social media is easy, we are Futurized on LinkedIn and YouTube and Futurized2 on Instagram and Twitter:

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Rogue Waves of Change

Rogue Waves of Change

April 5, 2022

In episode 150 of the Futurized podcast, the topic is Rogue Waves of Change. Our guest is Jonathan Brill, futurist and author. In this conversation, they talk about doing the work of a futurist from HP to Hollywood, the ABC’s of Resilient Growth, Awareness, Behavior Change and Culture Change and the techniques and tools at your disposal to do so. How can you transform your company into a more resilient and adaptable organization?

Futurized goes beneath the trends to track the underlying forces of disruption in tech, policy, business models, social dynamics and the environment. I’m your host, Trond Arne Undheim (@trondau), futurist, author, investor, and serial entrepreneur. Join me as I discuss the societal impact of deep tech such as AI, blockchain, IoT, nanotech, quantum, robotics, and synthetic biology, and tackle topics such as entrepreneurship, trends, or the future of work. On the show, I interview smart people with a soul: founders, authors, executives, and other thought leaders, or even the occasional celebrity.

Futurized is a bi-weekly show, preparing YOU to think about how to deal with the next decade's disruption, so you can succeed and thrive no matter what happens. Futurized—conversations that matter.

If you're new to the show, seek particular topics, or you are looking for a great way to tell your friends about the show, which we always appreciate, we've got the episode categories. Those are at Futurized.org/episodes. They are collections of your favorite episodes organized by topic, such as Entrepreneurship, Trends, Emerging Tech, or The Future of Work. That'll help new listeners get a taste of everything that we do here, starting with a topic they are familiar with, or want to go deeper in.

The host of this podcast, Trond Arne Undheim, Ph.D is the author of Health Tech: Rebooting Society's Software, Hardware and Mindset--published by Routledge in 2021, Future Tech: How to Capture Value from Disruptive industry Trends--published by Kogan Page in 2021, Pandemic Aftermath: how Coronavirus changes Global Society and Disruption Games: How to Thrive on Serial Failure (2020)--both published by Atmosphere Press in 2020, Leadership From Below: How the Internet Generation Redefines the Workplace by Lulu Press in 2008. For an overview, go to Trond's Books at Trondundheim.com/books

At this stage, Futurized is lucky enough to have several sponsors. To check them out, go to Sponsors | Futurized - thoughts on our emerging future.

If you are interested in sponsoring the podcast, or to get an overview of other services provided by the host of this podcast, including how to book him for keynote speeches, please go to Store | Futurized - thoughts on our emerging future. We will consider all brands that have a demonstrably positive contribution to the future.

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Trond's takeaway

Becoming resilient company or individual is not optional, it is a survival instinct, yet, it takes some planning since we are not cavemen any more and haven't been used to it. Change is coming, in fact transformational change is already a new fact of life. In this new world of disruption any futurist, consultant, or adviser that can help us prepare is welcome in my book. Do we need new ABC's for this stuff? Sure. Awareness, Behavior Change and Culture Change are each needed. Even then, change will surprise us, just not that much.

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If you like this topic, you may enjoy other episodes of Futurized, such as episode 129, How Executives Handle Crisis, episode 52, The Future of Peer-to-Peer, or episode 49, Living the Future of Work. Hopefully, you'll find something awesome in these or other episodes. If so, do let us know by messaging us, we would love to share your thoughts with other listeners.

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Articulating the Future

Articulating the Future

March 29, 2022

In episode 134 of the Futurized podcast, the topic is: Articulating the Future. Our guest is Dave Ho, CTO and co-founder of York & Chapel, in discussion with Futurized host, Trond Arne Undheim (@trondau), futurist, author, investor, and serial entrepreneur. Futurized is a bi-weekly show, preparing YOU to think about how to deal with the next decade's disruption, so you can succeed and thrive no matter what happens. Futurized goes beneath the trends to track the underlying forces of  disruption in tech, policy, business models, social dynamics and the environment. Futurized—conversations that matter. 

In this conversation, they talk about marketing during the pandemic, using AR technology for marketing, and what will happen to customer choice values in the future.

Trond's takeaway:

Marketing is an ever evolving endeavor trying to respond to people's need to stand out. Technology is a big part of it, but emotions play a big role, too. Safety theater is part of marketing, but that doesn't mean it's all for show. As we continue to battle misinformation, marketing has a big role in mediating between objective truth and make believe. We better engage deeply with it to understand the difference.

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If you like this topic, you may enjoy other episodes of Futurized, such as episode 121, The Future of MarTech, episode 112, The Future of Marketing is Curation, or episode 43, The Future of Brands in Politics. Hopefully, you'll find something awesome in these or other episodes. If so, do let us know by messaging us, we would love to share your thoughts with other listeners.

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The Future of Melanoma Research

The Future of Melanoma Research

March 22, 2022

Professor David Fisher, chairman of the Department of Dermatology and director of the Melanoma Program at Massachusetts General Hospital (@massgenbrigham) is our guest on episode 138 of the Futurized podcast (@Futurized2). Futurized host Trond Arne Undheim (@trondau) interviews David. The topic is The Future of Melanoma Research. 

In this conversation, they talk about the evolution of melanoma research and the advances made in recent years.

Trond's takeaway:

Melanoma is still a fear-inducing disease which has drastic consequences for the patients who contract it. On the other hand, the medical community has made significant advances against it in recent years, but it has taken time, a lot of attempts, and the battle is far from over. Immunotherapy has proven to be a game changer. But will all patients get this type of therapy in time and who will bear the costs?

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If you like this topic, you may enjoy other episodes of Futurized, such as episode 149, Melanoma Awareness, episode 147, Health Tech Reboot, or episode 88, The Future of Virtual Care. Hopefully, you'll find something awesome in these or other episodes. If so, do let us know by messaging us, we would love to share your thoughts with other listeners.

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How to Demystify Technology

How to Demystify Technology

March 15, 2022

Jennifer Byrne (@jenniferabyrne1), CEO of Arrived Workforce Connections, is futurist Trond Arne Undheim's (@trondau) guest in episode 111 of the Futurized (@Futurized2) podcast, the topic is: How to Demystify Technology. In this conversation, they talk about the future of work, the increasing globalization of the workforce, and discuss whether everybody needs to be an engineer to be good in technology and navigating a non-traditional career.

Futurized goes beneath the trends to track the underlying forces of disruption in tech, policy, business models, social dynamics and the environment.

 

Trond's Takeaway

My takeaway is that [the future of work still has some surprises in store, but one remaining challenge is to motivate young people to tackle the fact that career and work questions are hard to pin down. What to study? How to study? How to rest? How to succeed? How to make the most of technology, as it changes, and becomes more complex?]

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If you like this topic, you may enjoy other episodes of Futurized, such as episode 135, Simple is the Future, episode 124, Cultural Agility, or episode 108, Play, Uncertainty and Growth.

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Melanoma Awareness

Melanoma Awareness

March 8, 2022

In episode 149 of the Futurized podcast (@Futurized2), the topic is: Melanoma awareness. Our guest is Deb Girard, Executive Director, Impact Melanoma (@IMPACTMelanoma).

In this conversation with futurist Trond Arne Undheim (@trondau), they talk about the story of Impact Melanoma, what steps you can take at home matter the most to reducing melanoma risk at the individual level and what the verdict on melanoma will be 10 years from now?

Trond's takeaway

Melanoma, the most lethal skin cancer, is not going away, but we are learning more about how to avoid it, how to manage it, and how to one day, cure it through personalized treatments. In the meantime, melanoma awareness is where the game is at, and we can all do a bit to help raise awareness around us. You can personally help individuals in your surroundings reduce their exposure, discover a mole that needs to be checked out, or care for melanoma victims or affected family members. This one is personal to me, I know first hand how melanoma can kill. Trust me when I say, you want to avoid this fate for somebody you care about.

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If you like this topic, you may enjoy other episodes of Futurized, such as episode 147, Health Tech Reboot, episode 100, The Future of Medicine is Invisible, or episode 120, Regenerative Medicine. Hopefully, you'll find something awesome in these or other episodes. If so, do let us know by messaging us, we would love to share your thoughts with other listeners.

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How Presidents Pitch the American Idea

How Presidents Pitch the American Idea

March 1, 2022

Today, Jason Voiovich (@JasonTVoiovich), author of Marketer in Chief, guests the Futurized podcast (@futurized2). 

In this conversation, they talk about [the role of marketing in presidential politics, more specifically how Voiovich has grouped presidents by the major challenges they faced in office. We discuss James Polk, Herbert Hoover, and Barack Obama and touch on the Biden presidency.

If you're new to the show, seek particular topics, or you are looking for a great way to tell your friends about the show, which we always appreciate, we've got the episode categories. Those are at Futurized.org/episodes. They are collections of your favorite episodes organized by topic, such as Entrepreneurship, Trends, Emerging Tech, or The Future of Work. That'll help new listeners get a taste of everything that we do here, starting with a topic they are familiar with, or want to go deeper in.

The host of this podcast, Trond Arne Undheim, Ph.D is the author of Health Tech: Rebooting Society's Software, Hardware and Mindset--published by Routledge in 2021, Future Tech: How to Capture Value from Disruptive industry Trends--published by Kogan Page in 2021, Pandemic Aftermath: how Coronavirus changes Global Society and Disruption Games: How to Thrive on Serial Failure (2020)--both published by Atmosphere Press in 2020, Leadership From Below: How the Internet Generation Redefines the Workplace by Lulu Press in 2008. For an overview, go to Trond's Books at Trondundheim.com/books

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Trond's takeaway

Despite the common thinking that presidents have a lot of power, presidents only get one shot at presenting their key message, after that, they are always compared to that standard. Also, their presidency tends to be shaped by outside events as much as by their own ideas. This complicates marketing. James Polk, Herbert Hoover, and Barack Obama were three presidents presiding over especially disruptive periods in history and each had a tech relevance. What if I have to imagine what future presidents' (2024, 2028) marketing pitch might be? I can imagine something about Ending COVID-19, Global leadership to defend democracy, but more likely one of them will be about Event X, some previously unknown that they will have to focus on).

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If you like this topic, you may enjoy other episodes of Futurized, such as episode 102, The Geotech Decade, episode 76, The Future of Risk and Resilience, or episode 103, The Future of Freedom. Hopefully, you'll find something awesome in these or other episodes. If so, do let us know by messaging us, we would love to share your thoughts with other listeners.

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The Futurized team consists of podcast host and sound technician Trond Arne Undheim, videographer Raul Edward D'Trewethan, and podcast marketer Nahin Israfil Hossain.

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When will Conversational AI get Real?

When will Conversational AI get Real?

February 22, 2022

In episode 140 of the Futurized podcast, the topic is: When will conversational AI get real? Our guest is Joe Bradley, Chief Scientist, LivePerson (@liveperson), in conversation with our host, futurist Trond Arne Undheim (@trondau).

In this conversation, we talk about what machines already do better than humans and muse on the timing of future progress.

If you're new to the show, seek particular topics, or you are looking for a great way to tell your friends about the show, which we always appreciate, we've got the episode categories. Those are at Futurized.org/episodes. They are collections of your favorite episodes organized by topic, such as Entrepreneurship, Trends, Emerging Tech, or The Future of Work. That'll help new listeners get a taste of everything that we do here, starting with a topic they are familiar with, or want to go deeper in.

Trond's takeaway: conversational AI is at its best when its used to remove cognitive load. It may take computers a while to become conversationalists, but they may soon save us time. They are already saving businesses time but the experience is not the same at the other end of the line. That will have to change. On the other hand, conversational AI is a natural UX, and is not costly to put in place. When conversational AI improves it will change things. Is that 5 years or 20 years from now?

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If you like this topic, you may enjoy other episodes of Futurized, such as episode 110, The Metaverse Reality, episode 68, Industrial-grade Mixed Reality, or episode 16, The Future of Human Perception AI. Hopefully, you'll find something awesome in these or other episodes. If so, do let us know by messaging us, we would love to share your thoughts with other listeners.

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Industrial Biomanufacturing

Industrial Biomanufacturing

February 17, 2022

Our guest today, is Moji Karimi, CEO & co-founder, Cemvita Factory. In episode 126 of the Futurized podcast (@futurized2), hosted by futurist Trond Arne Undheim (@trondau), the topic is: Industrial Biomanufacturing. In this conversation, they talk about the challenges of scaling up industrial biomanufacturing, operational challenges, the emerging business models, and the technical challenges, and the future outlook.

If you're new to the show, seek particular topics, or you are looking for a great way to tell your friends about the show, which we always appreciate, we've got the episode categories. Those are at Futurized.org/episodes. They are collections of your favorite episodes organized by topic, such as Entrepreneurship, Trends, Emerging Tech, or The Future of Work. That'll help new listeners get a taste of everything that we do here, starting with a topic they are familiar with, or want to go deeper in.

The host of this podcast, Trond Arne Undheim, Ph.D is the author of Health Tech: Rebooting Society's Software, Hardware and Mindset--published by Routledge in 2021, Future Tech: How to Capture Value from Disruptive industry Trends--published by Kogan Page in 2021, Pandemic Aftermath: how Coronavirus changes Global Society and Disruption Games: How to Thrive on Serial Failure (2020)--both published by Atmosphere Press in 2020, Leadership From Below: How the Internet Generation Redefines the Workplace by Lulu Press in 2008. For an overview, go to Trond's Books at Trondundheim.com/books

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Trond's takeaway

Industrializing microbes is both fascinating and scary. Can biology truly be put under human control to fix our energy challenges, reduce emissions, and put us towards the path of regenerative economic growth? Time will show, but startups such as Cemvita are making headway. There is no question of the need for industrial biomanufacturing as a novel approach. Surprisingly, what seems to be the biggest challenge isn't the deep science itself, but the operational challenges in scaling the technology properly so that the promising use cases can materialize in synch with market expectations.

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If you like this topic, you may enjoy other episodes of Futurized, such as episode 120, Regenerative Medicine, episode 90, Upskilling Youth for the 21st Century Bioeconomy, or episode 123, Regenerative Business. Hopefully, you'll find something awesome in these or other episodes. If so, do let us know by messaging us, we would love to share your thoughts with other listeners.

Futurized is created in association with Yegii, the insight network. Yegii lets clients create multidisciplinary dream teams consisting of a subject matter experts, academics, consultants, data scientists, and generalists as team leaders. Yegii's services include speeches, briefings, seminars, reports and ongoing monitoring. You can find Yegii at Yegii.org.

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Teen Entrepreneurship

Teen Entrepreneurship

February 8, 2022

Today, Anjalee Naranthiren, the 19-year-old speaker, founder and Program Director at Startup Dojo and host of the YoungPreneur podcast is our guest on the Futurized podcast (@futurized2). In this conversation, we talk about teen entrepreneurship, how to actually be one, and how to foster it in others, and how to facilitate their success.

Futurized goes beneath the trends to track the underlying forces of disruption in tech, policy, business models, social dynamics and the environment. I’m your host, Trond Arne Undheim (@trondau), futurist and author.

My takeaway is that with all the problems the world is facing, teen entrepreneurship is more important than ever. Inspiring others is important but providing advice is needed. Even though entrepreneurs are full of initiative it is important to realize that being entrepreneurial is not an innate skill, it can be learned, especially if you start early. How inspiring to see a teen entrepreneur mentor other teens, even as she herself is becoming a student.

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If you like this topic, you may enjoy other episodes of Futurized, such as episode 95, Seed VC Trends: Founder Obsession, episode 74, AI Talent Diversity, or episode 61, The emergent Arabian startup scene.

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Tech, Art and Transformation

Tech, Art and Transformation

February 1, 2022

Author Nathalie Nahai guests the Futurized podcast, hosted by futurist Trond Arne Undheim. In this conversation, they discuss her new book Business Unusual: Values, Uncertainty and the Psychology of Brand Resilience which is about consumer trends and digital interactions. They also get into whether art still has transformative powers.  

Futurized goes beneath the trends to track the underlying forces of  disruption in tech, policy, business models, social dynamics and the environment. 

Trond's takeaway: Big tech and its products and solutions are so purpose-driven that it threatens to stifle our creativity. We need to consider the future of creative boredom to counter this effect. Reconnecting deeply with the natural world is a remedy. This takes effort, but if we want change, it cannot just be an individual strategy but must be a collective effort.

If you are interested in Trond's products or services, feel free to check out [Futurized.org/store](https://www.futurized.org/store/), where you can book a keynote speech, become a sponsor or partner, request a podcast swap, or buy a few of Trond's books, such as Health Tech, Future Tech, Pandemic Aftermath, Disruption Games or Leadership From Below. If you are interested in all of Trond's projects, check out his website, [Trondundheim.com](https://trondundheim.com/) which has links to his other podcasts as well as his public appearances.

Thanks for listening. If you liked the show, subscribe at Futurized.org or in your preferred podcast player, and rate us with five stars.

If you like this topic, you may enjoy other episodes of Futurized, such as episode 129, How Executives Handle Crisis, episode 147, Health Tech Reboot, or episode 108, Play, Uncertainty and Growth. Hopefully, you'll find something awesome in these or other episodes. If so, do let us know by messaging us, we would love to share your thoughts with other listeners.

Futurized is created in association with Yegii, the insight network. Yegii lets clients create multidisciplinary dream teams consisting of a subject matter experts, academics, consultants, data scientists, and generalists as team leaders. Yegii's services include speeches, briefings, seminars, reports and ongoing monitoring. You can find Yegii at Yegii.org.

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The Future of Content Creation

The Future of Content Creation

January 25, 2022

Jesse Krieger, Chief Content Officer, PowerFan.io (@powerfanio) guests Futurized podcast, episode 142, hosted by futurist Trond Arne Undheim (@trondau). In this conversation, they talk about what content creation is, what's wrong with the business model, and how NFTs can fix it. 

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Trond's takeaway

Content creation is important both as a creative and as a professional outlet. Whilst NFTs do provide great opportunities to experiment, they cannot replace building an audience in the first place, which means it is a great method for people with a pre-existing audience of some sort to try to get them hooked on your content and allow them to compensate you for it. Times are exciting, it's hard to know where this will shake down, but the internet, so far,  for all its freedom of expression, has been tough for folks trying to monetize content. 

If you like this topic, you may enjoy other episodes of Futurized, such as episode 119, DeFi's impact on Business and Society, episode 98, Free Speech on Social Media, or episode 78, The Next Generation Marketplaces. Hopefully, you'll find something awesome in these or other episodes. If so, do let us know by messaging us, we would love to share your thoughts with other listeners.

Futurized is created in association with Yegii, the insight network. Yegii lets clients create multidisciplinary dream teams consisting of a subject matter experts, academics, consultants, data scientists, and generalists as team leaders. Yegii's services include speeches, briefings, seminars, reports and ongoing monitoring. You can find Yegii at Yegii.org.

The Futurized team consists of podcast host and sound technician Trond Arne Undheim and videographer Raul Edward D'Trewethan. 

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