Films from the Future

Snips, clips, and insights, from the forthcoming book Films from the Future: The Morality and Technology of Sci-Fi Movies (available now for pre-order)

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Andrew Maynard

Director of the ASU Risk Innovation Lab & author of “Films from the Future” — a unique take on future tech & ethical innovation http://bit.ly/filmsfromthefuture

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A book club guide for Films from the Future

When writing Films from the Future, I wanted it to be engaging and accessible for a broad audience. But I also wanted to it be useful as a…

Films from the Future: Just the Footnotes

The full list of footnotes and links for the book Films from the Future

Pippard’s Ladder

Climate change, technology innovation, and the seductive lure of seemingly-predictable behavior

Twenty Trends in Science and Technology from Twelve Science Fiction Movies

The new book Films from the Future explores a number of emerging areas of science and technology.

Can “bad” sci-fi movies help us get future technologies right?

Science fiction movies can provide startling insights into responsible and ethical technology innovation

Films from the Future: The Last Chapter

From the closing chapter of the new book “Films from the Future: The Technology and Morality of Sci-Fi Movies”

Contact: Occam’s Razor and Films from the Future

A short excerpt from Films from the Future: The Technology and Morality of Sci-Fi Movies

Environmental Resilience, and The day After Tomorrow

A short excerpt from the book Films from the Future: The Technology and Morality of Sci-Fi Movies

The Honest Broker meets Dan Brown’s Inferno

The unlikely connections between Dan Brown’s film Inferno, gain of function research, immoral logic, and science-advocacy. From Films from…

Q&A with author Andrew Maynard on Films from the Future: The Technology and Morality of Sci-Fi…

Q&A on the new book “Films from the Future: The Technology and Morality of Sci-Fi Movies”

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