Life in 2030 podcast | Quantumrun.com

This podcast focuses on the trends and innovations that will shape your world over the next two decades.

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This podcast focuses on the trends and innovations that will shape your world over the next two decades.
Language
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last modified
2019-05-06 01:53
last episode published
2017-06-26 11:00
publication frequency
2.68 days
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Quantumrun.com author  
David Tal owner  
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Number of Episodes
68
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Episodes

Date Thumb Title & Description Contributors
26.06.2017

Life of seniors in the 2030s | Paul Irving

Paul Irving shares his thoughts about how the quality of life will change for seniors by the 2030s. -- Quantumrun.com
25.06.2017

Longevity treatments to change how we think about aging | Paul Irving

Paul Irving shares his thoughts about how medical advances in longevity could change our concept of aging and life planning in the near future. -- Quantumrun.com
21.06.2017

How future governments will care for its seniors | Paul Irving

Paul Irving shares his thoughts about the top trends the Milken Institute is tracking relating to how governments are managing their ballooning elderly population? -- Quantumrun.com
19.06.2017

How living to 150 means rethinking your life plans | Daisy Robinton

Daisy Robinton shares her thoughts about how living much longer lives, thanks to future longevity treatments, will force people to reassess how they plan their lives. -- Quantumrun.com
18.06.2017

Will the poor afford future longevity treatments? | Daisy Robinton

Daisy Robinton shares her thoughts about how whether longevity treatments will become available to the poor when approved and released to the public. Will this type of medicine worsen the divide between the rich and poor? -- Quantumrun.com
14.06.2017

Latest advancements in longevity research | Daisy Robinton

Daisy Robinton shares her thoughts about the most promising advancements in longevity research today. -- Quantumrun.com
12.06.2017

No magic bullet to curing aging | Daisy Robinton

Daisy Robinton shares her thoughts about future longevity treatments meant to stunt or reverse the aging process will involve a series of minor medical therapies that will eventually become part of your annual wellness or health maintenance regimen. --...
7.06.2017

The rate of progress in the healthcare industry | Robin Farmanfarmaian

Robin Farmanfarmaian shares her optimistic thoughts about the pace of progress in the healthcare industry. --  Quantumrun.com
5.06.2017

Robin Farmanfarmaian on the future of healthcare

In this episode of the Quantumrun-on-One podcast, we welcome back Robin Farmanfarmaian have a brief chat about the state of the healthcare industry and the future of personalized healthcare.
5.06.2017

Can we cure cancer in our lifetimes? | Robin Farmanfarmaian

Robin Farmanfarmaian shares her thoughts about the latest approaches to battling cancer and whether we’ll be able to cure cancer in our lifetimes.  --  Quantumrun.com
4.06.2017

Futurism in corporations | Nick Price

Nick Price shares his thoughts about how corporations and individuals can make use of futurism and long-term forecasting to better plan ahead.  -- Quantumrun.com
31.05.2017

What students should study in the future | Nick Price

Nick Price shares his thoughts about how students can better prepare themselves for the future labor market while in school. -- Quantumrun.com
29.05.2017

Exploring Japanese culture and its robots | Nick Price

Nick Price shares his thoughts about the relationship Japanese culture has with robots and artificial intelligence. -- Quantumrun.com
28.05.2017

Future of money | Nick Price

Nick Price shares his thoughts about the future of money over the next decade.  -- Quantumrun.com
24.05.2017

How neurotechnology will change our future society | Yannick Roy

Yannick Roy shares his thoughts about the potential effects neuro interfaces will have on our future society.  -- Quantumrun.com
22.05.2017

Connecting the mind to the Internet | Yannick Roy

Yannick Roy briefly shares his hopes and concerns about connecting the mind to the Internet through neurotechnology.  -- Quantumrun.com
21.05.2017

How will neurotechnology will improve human health | Yannick Roy

Yannick Roy shares his thoughts about the potential applications of neuro interfaces on human health once the tech matures. -- Quantumrun.com
17.05.2017

The science bringing Neurotech to the next level | Yannick Roy

Yannick Roy shares his thoughts about the science/tech needed to advance the field of neurotechnology to the next level. -- Quantumrun.com
15.05.2017

Latest neurotech industry news | Yannick Roy

Yannick Roy shares his thoughts about on the most promising real world science news stories that involve neurotechnology interfaces.  -- Quantumrun.com
14.05.2017

What is neurotechnology? | Yannick Roy

Yannick Roy helps us understand the basics about what neurotechnology is and its future medical potential. - Quantumrun.com
11.05.2017

The future of personalized healthcare | Robin Farmanfarmaian

Robin Farmanfarmaian shares her thoughts about how the average person will experience healthcare over the next decade. --  Quantumrun.com
5.05.2017

Future views with Nick Price

In this episode of the Quantumrun-on-One podcast, we interview Nick Price about his thoughts about the field of long range forecasting and the future trends he’s most actively tracking.
28.04.2017

When aging becomes optional

In this episode of the Life in 2030 podcast, we this episode to explore the growing field of life extension (longevity) that could push the average human lifespan well past 100 years. More important, we also explore the wider impact this science might ...
26.04.2017

Universal Basic Income: We need to start experimenting early | Jim Pugh

Jim Pugh shares his thoughts about why we need to start experimenting with different Universal Basic Income models ASAP in order to head off the negative societal impacts massive unemployment will generate in our near future. GUEST *Jim Pugh, Cofounder...
25.04.2017

Future of neurotechnology with Yannick Roy

In this episode of the Quantumrun-on-One podcast, we interview Yannick Roy about the current state and future applications of neurotechnology.
24.04.2017

Can developing countries afford a Universal Basic Income? | Jim Pugh

Jim Pugh shares his thoughts about whether developing countries can afford a Universal Basic Income similarly to how developed countries plan to. GUEST *Jim Pugh, Cofounder of the Universal Income Project, an organization devoted to the expansion of ec...
23.04.2017

Is the Universal Basic Income inevitable? | Jim Pugh

Jim Pugh shares his thoughts about whether the Universal Basic Income inevitable in a rapidly approaching future where automation makes many of today’s jobs irrelevant. GUEST *Jim Pugh, Cofounder of the Universal Income Project, an organization devoted...
19.04.2017

The future of work after robots take our jobs | Scott Santens

Scott Santens shares his thoughts about how we'll define work in the future and how might people find meaning beyond traditional forms of employment, especially when robots take over most traditional forms of work. GUEST Scott Santens, Writer and Basic...
17.04.2017

Universal Basic Income to create a healthier society | Scott Santens

  Scott Santens shares his thoughts about the top three impacts a UBI will have on how society functions. He covers how society might react or adjust to living with a UBI. GUEST Scott Santens, Writer and Basic Income advocate. He is associated with the...
16.04.2017

How governments will implement a Universal Basic Income | Scott Santens

Scott Santens shares his thoughts about how governments might implement a UBI after such a program gets approved into law. GUEST Scott Santens, Writer and Basic Income advocate. He is associated with the United States Basic Income Guarantee Network, Ba...
12.04.2017

‚ÄúWe are already cyborgs‚ÄĚ | Robin Farmanfarmaian

Robin Farmanfarmaian shares her thoughts about how biotech offerings may one day become the next ‚ÄúApp store‚ÄĚ where people pick and choose physical enhancements from hundreds of niche biotech/biohacker companies. GUEST Robin Farmanfarmaian, VP at Invict...
10.04.2017

AI to revolutionize biotech | Robin Farmanfarmaian

Robin Farmanfarmaian shares her thoughts about how future healthcare providers will offer people more options/freedom as it relates to how they protect, maintain and enhance their bodies. GUEST Robin Farmanfarmaian, VP at Invicta Medical, BoD at Organ ...
9.04.2017

Biotech startups tackle diagnostics, sensors, and the microbiome | Robin Farmanfarmaian

Robin Farmanfarmaian shares her thoughts about the top three challenges today’s cutting edge biotech startups are trying to solve. GUEST Robin Farmanfarmaian, VP at Invicta Medical, BoD at Organ Preservation Alliance *Read her new book, The Patient as ...
5.04.2017

How society will live with a Universal Basic Income | Andrew Stern

Andrew Stern shares his thoughts about what the top three impacts a UBI will have on how society functions. He answers how might society may react or adjust to living with a UBI. GUEST *Andrew Stern, former president of the Service Employees Internatio...
3.04.2017

Trends that will force governments to adopt a Universal Basic Income | Andrew Stern

Andrew Stern shares his thoughts about the events or trends that will force world governments to eventually adopt a UBI-type policy. GUEST *Andrew Stern, former president of the Service Employees International Union and currently a Fellow at Columbia U...
2.04.2017

How governments will afford a Universal Basic Income | Andrew Stern

Andrew Stern shares his thoughts about how the US and other countries can afford to fund a Universal Basic Income. GUEST *Andrew Stern, former president of the Service Employees International Union and currently a Fellow at Columbia University, whose n...
29.03.2017

The devolution of cities into city states | Parag Khanna

As cities swell in size, population, complexity, and economic influence, Parag Khanna shares his thoughts about how national governments will gradually will decentralize governance to cities. GUEST Parag Khanna is an international relations expert and ...
27.03.2017

Unique trends driving future urban growth | Parag Khanna

Parag Khanna shares his thoughts about the trends driving today's urban growth, as well as the trends that will drive the urban growth of tomorrow’s megacities. GUEST Parag Khanna is an international relations expert and best-selling author. His recent...
26.03.2017

Life after robots take all our jobs

In this episode of the Life in 2030 podcast, we explore how the automation revolution will make our current beliefs around employment obsolete and what life will be like when we no longer need to work to get by. (Subscribe to the Life in 2030 podcast o...
26.03.2017

Planning the infrastructure for future megacities | Parag Khanna

By 2050, roughly 70% of the world will live in cities (90% in the developed world), yet 70% of the infrastructure needed to house this influx of urbanites doesn't exist yet. Parag Khanna shares his thoughts about what are the top two to three areas he ...
19.03.2017

Universal Basic Income: Our generation’s New Deal?

In this episode of the Life in 2030 podcast, we explore the tools governments will use to support the hordes of unemployed workers that technology will make obsolete. In particular, we explore the growing support among government and Silicon Valley lea...
13.03.2017

Tomorrow’s cities to become kingdoms | Alex Winter

Alex Winter shares his thoughts about how cities are stealing power away from national governments as they swell in size, population, complexity, and economic influence‚ÄĒultimately resembling the Italian city states of old. GUEST Alex Winter, CEO and Fo...
12.03.2017

Rethinking how we finance the construction of future cities | Alex Winter

Alex Winter shares his thoughts about the trends that will drive tomorrow urban growth, covering topics like transportation, making cities pedestrian friendly, innovations in financing city construction. GUEST Alex Winter, CEO and Founder, of Placemete...
8.03.2017

Using A/B testing to build tomorrow’s cities | Alex Winter

Alex Winter shares his thoughts about how urban planners can use A/B testing to design more efficient cities of the future. GUEST Alex Winter, CEO and Founder, of Placemeter is urban intelligence platform that works with a large range of municipal gove...
6.03.2017

The unique future trends Millennials will be the first experience | Darren Harnett

Darren Harnett shares his thoughts about the unique trends and challenges that Millennials will be the first to address once they are elected into political power. GUEST Darren Harnett, Futurist, Consultant, Educator, and President of Harnett Foresight...
5.03.2017

The unique future trends Generation X will be the first experience | Darren Harnett

Darren Harnett shares his thoughts about about the unique trends and challenges that Generation X will be the first to address once they are elected into political power. GUEST Darren Harnett, Futurist, Consultant, Educator, and President of Harnett Fo...
1.03.2017

When Gen Xers become politicians

Darren Harnett shares his thoughts about Generation X and their priorities once they get elected into office by the 2020s. GUEST Darren Harnett, Futurist, Consultant, Educator, and President of Harnett Foresight Learn more about his services at http://...
27.02.2017

When millennials become politicians | Darren Harnett

Darren Harnett shares his thoughts about millennials and their priorities once they get elected into office by the 2030s. GUEST Darren Harnett, Futurist, Consultant, Educator, and President of Harnett Foresight Learn more about his services at http://d...
19.02.2017

When super powers become normal

In this episode of the Life in 2030 podcast, we explore the tools we’ll use to reshape human evolution, or at the very least, our own bodies, within our lifetime. This episode is about becoming superhuman. (Subscribe to the Life in 2030 podcast on iTu...
7.02.2017

Future cities: Urbanizing our world

In this episode of the Life in 2030 podcast, we explore the Future of Cities, how they’ll grow, why we’re drawn to them, and the new set of powers they’ll steal away from future governments. (Subscribe to the Life in 2030 podcast on iTunes, Google Pl...