Samsung's take on the world of 2069
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September 06 2019

Commentary by Eoin Treacy

Samsung's take on the world of 2069

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Despite this, such exercises can be both entertaining and useful for looking at how to meet the challenges of tomorrow, so they're anything but a waste of time. For the Samsung KX50 report, which was released to coincide with the opening of the new Samsung KX exhibition at Coal Drops Yard, London, the company called on President of techUK, Jacqueline de Rojas; Director of Engineering and Education at the Royal Academy of Engineering, Rhys Morgan; food futurologist, Morgaine Gale; digital health futurist, Maneesh Juneja; Specialist Advisor to Innovation Design Engineering at the Royal College of Art, Dale Russel; and leading futurist, Matthew Griffin to pen essays on their take on the world 50 years from today.

Eoin Treacy's view

There is a good chance that by 2069 we will familiar with fusion technology, artificial intelligence predicting out every move and catering to our needs and a global population that is well past its peak expansion.

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