The future thinks differently

Starting today, digitization will transform our entire everyday life within the next 5-15 years. City centres will look different. Villages and smaller towns will have the chance to grow again, as more and more people will want to move to rural areas or small-/midsized towns. New digital metropolises may emerge in places that nobody thought possible. Of course, all this does not work automatically, but only if you do something about it.

First of all, it is important to remember that the future thinks differently! Our industrial way of thinking is only making limited progress, and above all we are leaving many opportunities and possibilities out of the equation from the outset. This is all the more important because over 80% of our everyday life will change. That is again over 80% chances to improve it. You can’t do that with your head in the sand. But with networking of possibilities, of business, science, society, politics and their joint innovation.

So let us concern ourselves with the new quality of life that digitization can bring to our everyday lives. Not with blockchain and artificial intelligence as such, but with meaningful solutions on this basis that are actually relevant to our everyday lives. The future does not just come – it is made. And it is made by us! The more we have clear ideas about where we want to go, the more we can get started today to get there. And perhaps that is why we are facing the greatest future of all time in our region!

Max Thinius shows in vivid and very entertaining examples and scenarios how we will experience everyday life … and even more important: how we can shape it. From now on.

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