Trends are everywhere. They are in your neighborhood, at your workplace, on TV. They are in the cloths you wear, the car you drive, and your exercise routine. Trends are always evolving and new trends are always manifesting.
We recently sat down with Ruth Wylie, Assistant Director, Center for Science & the Imagination, Assistant Research Professor, Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College, Arizona State University, to talk about what she thinks will be the most disruptive trend.
So, what trend does she think will cause the most disruption and why?
“Advances in healthcare and personalized medicine have radical economic, ethical, and scientific implications,” she explained.
This year, Valentine is going to be speaking at the Foresight & Trends conference, and she shared with us that she’s excited to attend to be challenged intellectually and creatively about how we view and shape the future.
In her presentation at FT, Wylie will discuss “Better Futures through Better Dreams: Using the Power of Collaboration to Inspire Innovation.”
Want to hear more from Wylie? Don’t miss her session about this and more at Foresight & Trends 2015 in Los Angeles California this October. Visit our website to learn more and to register: http://bit.ly/1KhwCJJ