What We Do
In the News
Here you will find a linked listing of articles that feature IFTF researchers and / or the Institute for the Future itself.
Samuel C. Woolley is interviewed for "Social Media Scrutiny in Wake of the New Zealand Terror Attack"
Marina Gorbis is interviewed for "BUILDING A BETTER BAY AREA: Research shows Uber and Lyft pay little per hour"
Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation presents "Good Food is Good Business," by IFTF's Food Futures Lab, at the Future Food-Tech conference in London.
"Good Food is Good Business," from the IFTF and the Gates Foundation, takes a look at forces that will drive affordable nutrition.
Future-Ready Workers? Parminder Jassal contributess to the conversation with Lindsay James for Compass Magazine.
Mark Frauenfelder writes "Bitcoin’s Inconvenient Truth The founder of BitTorrent is on a quest to develop an eco-friendly cryptocurrency"
IFTF's Digital Intelligence Lab in "Indictment shows how Russians conspired to disrupt U.S. politics — but not how to stop them next time"
Samuel Woolley quoted in "Troll factories, bots and fake news: Inside the Wild West of social media"
Recent IFTF forecast in "Middle East tech: These are the key trends for 2018 and beyond, say experts"
"Institute For the Future and SecondMuse Join Forces to Understand How VR, Gamification Can Create Positive Behavior Change"
Drew Sullivan of the Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project - For Future Reference Podcast
An interview with IFTF Fellow for Good Tim Hwang: "Governments probably don’t need a Minister of AI"
Sam Woolley + IFTF Digital Intelligence Lab featured in "Just How Easy Is It to Game Twitter Like the Russians?"
Sam Woolley + Marina Gorbis write "Bots on social media threaten democracy. But we are not helpless"
Marina Gorbis says, "To fix income inequality, we need more than UBI—we need Universal Basic Assets"
Jane McGonigal: "Our Puny Human Brains Are Terrible at Thinking About the Future. And that has consequences."
Marina Gorbis: "There Could Be a Real Solution to Our Broken Economy. It’s Called 'Universal Basic Assets.'"