GERD LEONHARD – FUTURIST, HUMANIST, Author, Keynote Speaker

The future is already here – we just haven’t paid attention. Many of us are far too busy coping with present challenges to explore the future in any real depth – and when we do, our hopes and fears often run away with us, resulting in utopias or dystopias that are not very helpful in terms of planning and decisions. Today’s leaders and their organizations need a dedicated, passionate long-term understanding of the future if they are to successfully navigate the exponential waves of change. For countless individuals and organizations around the globe that intelligence is called Gerd Leonhard.

A musician by origin, and a digital music entrepreneur in the 1990s, Gerd connects technology and humanity – algorithms and androrithms – for a 360-degree coverage of the multiple futures that present themselves at any one time. Delivering the ‘Realopia’ that one can work on immediately, Gerd Leonhard speaks, coaches, consults, and influences around the world. Turning futurism into a pragmatic science, Gerd and his team members from The Futures Agency represent additional minds for mastering the complex challenges that dictate evolution or extinction in the Digital Age. ‘Technology vs. Humanity’, his newest work, reminds every one of us what is at stake as we enter a world run by machines and algorithms. Watch Gerd’s short film on these topics, here, or watch his best 2017 keynote-moments, here.

CHECK OUT Gerd’s SHOWREEL TO START EXPERIENCING THE FUTURE

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From Gerd’s Blog

Futurebuilders Podcast with Gerd Leonhard (video version): machines and humans, work and the future

New Video: Explorer Erling Kagge and Futurist Gerd Leonhard discuss the future of humanity at Foro Cultura, Fundacion Telefonica, Madrid

Automation may take our jobs—but it’ll restore our humanity (says Dennis Mortinesen, x.ai)

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