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Jun 25, 2021

Some foresight about the future of foresight

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## FUTURE TENSE RN ABC (AUDIO 29 MIN) • JUN 27, 2021.

# Some foresight about.
the future of foresight.

*Trying to predict the future is a timeless and time-consuming pursuit.*

Artificial Intelligence is increasingly being enlisted to the cause, but so too are “super-forecasters” — a new coterie of individuals with remarkable predictive powers.

But what are their limits and what does their rise say about the still popular notion of collective intelligence — the wisdom of the crowd?

Future Tense looks at the changing role of humans in forecasting.

GUESTS

Associate Professor Oguz A. Acar — City University of London.

Dr Steven Rieber — Program Manager, IARPA, Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity (US)

Professor michael horowitz — director, perry world house, university of pennsylvania.

Bruce Muirhead — CEO, Mindhive.

Camilla Grindheim Larsen — researcher and consultant, Bergen Public Library (Norway)

Duration: 29min 6sec.

Broadcast: Sun 27 Jun 2021, 12:30pm.

SEE ALSO

Mind Hive.

https://www.web.mindhive.org.

Thanks too folkstone design inc. & zoomers of the sunshine coast BC

#Forecasting #AI #Humans #MindHive.

Trying to predict the future is a timeless and time-consuming pursuit. Artificial Intelligence is increasingly being enlisted to the cause, but so too are “super-forecasters” – a new coterie of individuals with remarkable predictive powers. But what are their limits and what does their rise say about the still popular notion of collective intelligence – the wisdom of the crowd? Future Tense looks at the changing role of humans in forecasting.

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