Phil Rowley Marketing Expert

Phil is a Global Innovation Director, Media Futurist & Conference Speaker with 18 years’ experience from London, Dublin & Auckland. His key skills are evangelising about the future, simplifying the complex, energising clients and hastening the inevitable. He is also Co-author of - and speaker for - PHD's book 'Merge | The closing gap between technology and us’. Phil holds an MA, Politics and Media from the University of Liverpool. 

 
How to Explain the Future of Artificial Intelligence Using Only Sci-Fi Films

How to Explain the Future of Artificial Intelligence Using Only Sci-Fi Films

I’ve read the book Life 3.0 by physicist & AI philosopher Max Tegmark, where he sets out a series of possible scenarios and outcomes for humankind sharing the planet with artificial intelligence.

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The Failings of Cyberpunk 2077 Are Not New, But The Remedy Points To The Future of Media

The Failings of Cyberpunk 2077 Are Not New, But The Remedy Points To The Future of Media

We know the story: Glitzy marketing collateral, celebrity involvement and a promise of game-changing disruption to the industry. But in reality overdue, overhyped and underwhelming.

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How to be a Bad Futurist & Also How to Be a Good One

How to be a Bad Futurist & Also How to Be a Good One

Recently I saw a Mark Ritson post on the subject of pretentious job titles used on LinkedIn profiles.

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How Not to Innovate: Why it Goes Wrong and How to Put it Right

How Not to Innovate: Why it Goes Wrong and How to Put it Right

Imagine rolling a metal ball through a space between two equidistant but opposing magnets.

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Post-Pandemic, EdTech Will Be The Real Winner: Here’s What Brands Should Do About It

Post-Pandemic, EdTech Will Be The Real Winner: Here’s What Brands Should Do About It

Even before the crisis, wiser heads than our own were declaring “life-long learning” would be compulsory for the next generation; employee skill sets must evolve at a breakneck pace to keep up with the constant emergence of new disciplines -  and the demise of old ones.

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