We bring the future to life

We bring the future to life through the use of visionary academic perspectives and rigorous foresight methodologies.

 

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Services

We create spaces for business leaders to immerse themselves at the fringes of disruption, and explore breakthrough technology and research through visionary academic perspectives.

Scan the horizons

Understand how the future might unfold. Explore weak signals of change or potential disruptors to your business together with the College’s academics.

Bespoke workshops

Unlock future opportunities, inspire your team to think about the future, identify uncertainties and define your strategic priorities through a collaborative workshop. 

Thought-leadership projects

Develop engaging future visions and roadmaps for your business. Together with academics identify what might be possible and create new engaging thought-leadership pieces. 

Visions

Interrogate the possible, plausible and probable futures of thematic areas and disruptive technologies by exploring our thought-pieces from future of air and water to the disruptive technologies that might be next.

Table of disruptive technologies

Interrogate our table of disruptive tech with 100 wonderful, weird (and possibly worrying) ways the world might change in the foreseeable future.

Future of water

A timeline of water over the next 20 years.

The future of urban air

What does ‘air’ mean beyond pollution? Delve into potential future disruption and innovative solutions to issues that impact all our senses.

High performance computing

Understand how the future might unfold. Explore signals of change or potential disruptors to your business.

Explore

Contextualise the future of technologies and breakthroughs by reading our speculative interviews with expert academics and exploring our thematic foresight research.

Unlocking the patterns of disease hidden in medical images

Unlocking the patterns of disease hidden in medical images

Malleable matter: shaping disruption through matter

The third and final session of the Intentional Creations virtual conference – Malleable Matter, on Thursday 25 June 2020 – looks at the limitations, or opportunities, of the materials underpinning the technology itself. read more

Moral Machines: Ethical considerations for the future

The second session of the Intentional Creations virtual conference – Moral Machines, on 18 June 2020 – explores the impact of technology and AI on us as humans and on society as a whole. read more

Meta-Motivation: An ode to tackling uncertainty

The first session of the Intentional Creations virtual conference – Meta-Motivations, on 11 June 2020 – tackles that concept head-on. What would the world look like if we took an intergenerational perspective? What might be ideas that help us during this uncertainty? How can we take a longterm perspective?  read more

Events

Tech Foresight 2040 Intentional Creations

Date and time

Thursday 11 June & Thursday 18 June - 15:00 - 17:00 pm BST Thursday 25 June - 10:00 am - 12:00 pm BST

Location

Join us online for a series of three sessions power by Imperial Business Partners. Leading academics from Imperial College London will discuss how science and innovation can enable intended positive consequences.