The future of global research: A case study on the use of scenario planning in the publishing industry

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Picture this: it’s 2037, machines have taken over many roles previously performed by humans. Research is conducted in cloud labs and is mainly an automated process. Where data doesn’t provide an immediate answer, computers generate new hypotheses and interrogate vast databases. Human researchers and engineers correct data and software errors, and judge the morality of research programs.

Read our newly published article: The future of global research – a case study on the use of scenario planning in the publishing industry, reveals the thinking behind our scenarios

 

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