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What will the world look like 50-100 years from now?
“We are quickly becoming a global neuro-network. The power of a correct idea in this interconnected age spreads so quickly that scale can happen on a never-before-seen pace,” says Premal Shah of Kiva.
In this futuristic short video created for the opening of the 10th Anniversary of the Skoll World Forum, we asked friends and members of the Forum community such as Elon Musk, Arianna Huffington, Sakena Yacoobi, Joi Ito, Shaifali Puri, Sarah Caddick, Geoffrey West, and junior genius Tanishq Abraham that very question.
The problems facing our world are so large that they demand disruptive thinking. We don’t have time to think in incremental terms. It’s time to challenge the status quo, and dare to imagine what we can do.
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Rick Passo’s insight:
How do we deliver healthcare, education, nutrition, financial inclusion and other social goods in a sustainable manner to the populations that need them most? As part of an anthology of essayspublished by McKinsey & Company in honor of the 10th Anniversary of the Skoll World Forum, we asked over 25 of the world’s leading thinkers, policymakers and entrepreneurs to share their views. +Jim Yong Kim, President of the World Bank Group, believes we’re on the verge of an emerging science of delivery. +Tony Blair reveals three essential lessons about how to deliver real change in government. +”If you’re reading this in the United States or the United Kingdom, then congratulations: you live in one of the unhealthiest nations in the world,” declares Jamie Oliver.