- Kirill Rebrov
- Russian Federation
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Designing the model of Future: Manufacture paradigm shifts
Unfortunately my explanation is extremely large for a 2000 characters. But I want to share this idea with TED community, so I'd try to make a short explanation.
The forecasting of the future trends is not only imagination for me. One of the most valuable things is the Chain between tomorrow and today. Only connected Chain links which are extrapolated from today’s reality can produce a real forecast and show a clear view on the evolution process of particular field of industry or technology. But the future is not only one field or technology. Future is our life and built by many related fields: economy, industry, medicine, science etc. So my goal is to write Chain forecasts in many different fields of our life correcting each one if it conflicts with others at each Chain link making large self provable forecast system. I would also appreciate to any subject technology or field expert who can point me to my mistakes about field or technology trends, specifics etc. As a result it will ideally lead to the maximally accurate forecast of our future at each chronological Chain link. In other sense it’ll also be something like the conceptual model of most optimal and better future.
My first analysis begins with a thoughts on upcoming manufacture paradigm shifts. It also affects a number of related subjects. As I mentioned above it’s impossible to suit these thoughts in 2000 characters so I invite you to visit my blog post with detailed explanation http://techains.blogspot.com/2012/08/manufacturing-paradigm-shifts.html and join the discussion here on TED since it’s not my blog promotion. I hope some of you will find the idea to be perspective and interesting.