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Patrick Tucker

Patrick Tucker is a senior editor and writer for THE FUTURIST magazine, an international magazine about technological, environmental, and societal trends. He also writes fiction and produces original artwork for various publications and sites.


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"The Futurist Magazine’s Top Ten Forecasts for 2014 and Beyond"   The Futurist  Jan 17, 2014

"Building a Quantum Computer"   The Futurist  Apr 29, 2013

"Science and a New Kind of Prediction: An Interview with Stephen Wolfram"   wfs.org  Apr 26, 2013

"THE FUTURIST Magazine Releases Its Top 10 Forecasts for 2013 and Beyond"   The Futurist  Oct 11, 2012

"BioPrinting Humanity? Where It’s Heading"   World Future Society  Jun 30, 2012

"Lost and Found in Japan (remembering the tsunami, one year ago)"   World Future Society  Mar 13, 2012

"The Three Things You Need to Know About Big Data, Right Now"   World Future Society  Mar 11, 2012

"An Awesome Adventure to the Future"   World Future Society  Mar 3, 2012

"Space-Based Solar Power Could Arrive in Ten Years and Create Millions of Jobs, Say Researchers"   World Future Society  Feb 18, 2012

"Autonomous Transportation for the Year 2030"   World Future Society  Feb 9, 2012

"Will Artificial Intelligence be America’s Next Big Thing?"   The American Legion  Feb 3, 2012

"Thank You Very Much, Mr. Roboto"   World Future Society  Jan 28, 2012

"Solar Power from the Moon"   World Future Society  Jan 21, 2012

"Engineering the Physical and Political Future"   The Futurist  Apr 21, 2010

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