"Roads? Where we're going, we don't need roads."
2015 might not look like the future that Marty McFly and Doc Brown time-travelled to from 1985, but can you imagine what reality might look like thirty years from now?
Join us for Future Day 2015 on Saturday, 7th March to participate in a lively discussion about the world in 2045. Together, we will explore the possibilities for the future. What might be the effects of a growing human population? Will we have discovered the means to overcome social and environmental crises? What technologies will we be using? What will it mean to be human in an age of robotics and artificial intelligence? And will the double-tie really be in fashion?
Ticket price includes a light lunch, snacks and refreshments. (Unless you are able to generate the 1.21 gigawatts needed to get back to 2015, you will need to keep some leftovers for the Mr. Fusion generator in the flux capacitor.) Please let us know if you have dietary requirements.
About Future Day
Future Day is an annual event launched in 2010 by Australian social entrepreneur and campaigner Nick Moraitis (Centre for Australian Progress, Make Believe, Greenpeace, GetUp!, Australian Youth Climate Coalition, Taking It Global). Since its launch in Sydney, Future Day has spread to Melbourne, New York City and London. Great Scott!
When & Where
Ākāśa Innovation is a not-for-profit social enterprise offering transformative training to young changemakers who want to create a better world.