- Follow The more accurate guide to the future on WordPress.com
Ian Pearson BSc DSc(hc) FWAAS CITP FBCS FWIF
I’m an all-round futurist/futurologist with a sound engineering foundation and over 1800 inventions. I spend most of my time writing futures material for white papers or to accompany PR campaigns, but I’ve also delivered well over 1000 conference presentations and appeared over 650 times on TV and Radio, often following writing I’ve done for PR campaigns. I’ve written hundreds of commissioned reports, press articles and six books, most recently Space Anchor, Total Sustainability and You Tomorrow (2nd Edn). I sometimes undertake phone or face-to-face consultancy on any aspect of the future, usually from a technology perspective, using over 30 years experience as a futurologist and engineer. I have demonstrated about 85% accuracy when looking 10-15 years ahead.
I am a Chartered Fellow of the British Computer Society and a Fellow of the World Academy for Arts and Science, the World innovation Foundation and the Royal Society for Arts and Commerce.
My email address is email@example.com
My company: Futurizon
You Tomorrow 2nd Edition
My sci-fi book
Things that ought to work
Business Weekly Blog
- From a CO2 alarmist POV, electric car batteries look far less attractive if they cause so much CO2 to be produced s… twitter.com/i/web/status/8… 12 hours ago
- My view is that there is a danger it might accelerate again after 2050: timeguide.wordpress.com/2014/02/05/wil… twitter.com/BjornLomborg/s… 12 hours ago
- Wonderful, not a very high bar though, had our cat 17 months and it still runs away from me. Our toaster is more af… twitter.com/i/web/status/8… 14 hours ago
- I wonder if people going to Mars will have to try to look boring to avoid being zapped by this AI laser?: theregister.co.uk/2017/06/22/cur… 22 hours ago
- RT @IEEESpectrum: Henry Markram Talks Brain Simulation ow.ly/2uNU50cjzQn 1 day ago
- 184,392 hits