When we think of the future, we often think of what we want cities to look like, or even what we can expect from them.
But as we learn more about the future from cities, we’ll likely see more than just the obvious.
Irrespective of whether we have a new mayor in the city, the new building, or a new subway station, cities will likely be different from the way they were a few decades ago.
But the world of cities is changing.
There’s a growing movement of futurists who are calling for a new way to envision cities in the future.
The futurist community is not new to the concept of future cities.
In fact, futurism has existed for a long time, though it’s never been applied to the idea of future city development.
But the rise of the social media era has opened up a whole new range of possibilities.
Future Cities, a book by futuristic author and futuriste Stephen Pinker, has been praised for its “honest, accessible, and accessible vision of what cities will look like in the 21st century.”
Its goal is to make cities a more interesting place to live and work in the coming decades, as cities around the world face increasing environmental impacts and threats.
This new generation of futurs has been pushing the boundaries of what can be imagined in the next few decades, with its book Future Cities: The Rise of the Social Media Revolution (2013), which aims to explore what cities might look like through the lens of social media and digital technology.
With its bold and ambitious visions, Future Cities presents the idea that cities could be as vibrant, creative, and welcoming as they are today, with the city in the middle of a massive transformation, where technology, cities, and people are all working together to create a new and exciting future.
“There are going to be cities that look a lot like New York, London, and Paris,” Pinker said.
“But there are going