2045 World Build Contest – feedback welcome
- Posted by Mara Di Berardo
- On 18 May 2022
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- contest, Future of life institute, world build
The Millennium Project entered the 2045 World Build Contest aiming at challenging dystopical depictions of the future, and imagining roadmaps towards hopeful ones. The initiative is organized by the Future of Life Institute and calls for:
1) a timeline from 2022 to 2045 with events and data points;
2) short description of a day in the life in 2045 (vignettes);
3) Answers to 13 questions about the future; and
4) an art/media piece.
Experts selected from the The Millennium Project are: Jerome Glenn, MP CEO and co-founder, Ted Gordon, Senior Fellow and co-founder, Elizabeth Florescu, MP Research Director, Veronica Agreda, Chair of the Bolivia Node, and José Cordeiro, RIBER and Venezuela Chair. Each entry of the context contains: a detailed timeline of events, two “A Day in the Life” short stories, answers to prompts about the world, a piece of non-text media
The MP entry (n. 468) is at: https://worldbuild.ai/W-0000000468/ You can scroll down to see the time line, scroll down further the see the two vignettes of a day in the life in 2045, scroll down further to see our answers to 13 questions about the future; and scroll down further to see our futuristic 5-minute video on 2045. At any point you can scroll back to the top and click on “Feedback” to include your comments at the following link: http://worldbuild.ai/feedback
The feedback will help the Future of Life Institute to better understand what sorts of worlds may be more or less desirable, and potentially how to get to a more desirable reality. Thank you for your support. Our video is the following. Read the whole entry.