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Digitopia 2035: All Stories Collected

Published: 10 April 2019


Digitopia 2035 is a set of stories whose plots are still being written, but clear patterns emerge across people’s imagined futures: a smaller circle, a question of convenience, and a sustainable society. CIOs who are interested in learning from the zeitgeist can immerse themselves in these stories.

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  • Grouped Themes and Key Quotes
  • Overview of All Stories
    • 1. Janak Joshi, the U.S.
    • 2. Josh Mayfield, the U.S.
    • 3. Siddharth Rawat, India
    • 4. Claudette, the Netherlands
    • 5. Ron Dimon, the U.S.
    • 6. Fernando, Brazil
    • 7. Julien Rossi, the Netherlands
    • 8. Peter Mueller, Switzerland
    • 9. Nei Grando, Brazil
    • 10. Kahlil Crawford, the U.S.
    • 11. Michael Livingston, the U.K.
    • 12. Contribution From the U.S.
    • 13. Dennis Groot, the Netherlands
    • 14. Frans van ‘t Hof, the Netherlands
    • 15. Manoranjan Das, the U.K.
    • 16. Julien Rossi, the Netherlands
    • 17. Contribution From the U.K.
    • 18. Richard Corbridge, the U.K.
    • 19. Contribution From Uganda
    • 20. Dragos, Romania
    • 21. Francisco Esteban Lefler, Spain
    • 22. Sven Windprechtinger, the Netherlands
    • 23. Satheesh Narasimhan, India
    • 24. Mehul Kamdar, the U.S.
    • 25. Bari Dzomba, the U.S.
    • 26. Gitanjali Maria, India
    • 27. Bjørn Blindheim, Norway
    • 28. Jonathan Fries, the U.S.
    • 29. Michael Ryan, the U.S.
    • 30. Contribution From Japan
    • 31. Paul de Kroon, the Netherlands
    • 32. Torbjorn Larsen, Norway
    • 33. Cassandra, Switzerland
    • 34. Frans van ‘t Hof, the Netherlands
    • 35. Frans van ‘t Hof, the Netherlands
    • 36. Eva Taskinen, Finland
    • 37. Aurélie Pols, Spain
    • 38. Militza Basualdo, Mexico
    • 39. Brian Galloway, the U.S.
    • 40. Contribution From the U.S.
    • 41. Dan Sommer, Sweden
    • 42. Contribution From the U.S.
    • 43. Mattias Wohlen, Sweden
    • 44. Contribution From the U.S.
    • 45. Contribution From the U.K.
    • 46. Chris Holland, South Africa
    • 47. Henriette Sangers, Curacao
    • 48. Toby Hatch, Canada
    • 49. Contribution From Germany
    • 50. Renan Carvalho, Brazil
    • 51. Contribution From Israel
    • 52. Wouter Volkeri, the Netherlands
    • 53. Eike Jan Doose, Germany
    • 54. Mychelle Mollot, Canada
    • 55. Michiel Deerenberg, the Netherlands
    • 56. Florence, the Netherlands
    • 57. Venky Kulkarni, Canada
    • 58. Jennifer Hartsock, the U.S.
    • 59. Curt Carver, the U.S.
    • 60. George Conklin, the U.S.
    • 61. Travis Asmundson, Canada
    • 62. Colin I’Anson, the U.K.
    • 63. Katriina Valli, Finland
    • 64. Helena Ryan, Germany
    • 65. Daphne, Spain
    • 66. Contribution From Serbia
    • 67. Dario, Italy
    • 68. Vivian Xiaowei Lu, China
    • 69. Maria Damborg Hald, Denmark
    • 70. Karin Zwiggelaar, the Netherlands
    • 71. Kjetil H. Volle, the Netherlands
    • 72. Arto Markku, Finland
    • 73. Tsukasa Makino, Japan
    • 74. Tom Hagesæther, Norway
    • 75. Mike Fuller, the U.K.
    • 76. Alexander Jarosch, Germany
    • 77. Gaj Premnath, Australia
    • 78. Mike Congdon, Australia
    • 79. Chris Maddock, Australia
    • 80. Contributions From Attendees of Gartner’s Symposium/ITxpo 2018 in Barcelona

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