Future Kitchens | House and Gardens

Date posted: September 5, 2014

H&G Sept 14 CoverHere's an interview I did recently with House and Garden looking at what our kitchens will be like, what appliances we may be using and how, where and when we may be cooking and what we may be cooking on. published in House and Garden September 2014 edition             <br/Read More...

Top 10 technoogies we’ll see in 2025 \ ABC Radio Wide Bay

Date posted: July 21, 2014

2025In this weeks regular segment Ross of ABC Wide Bay radio and I chatted about a recent report from Thompson Reuters on the technology that we are most likely to see in 2025. Its sources are patents and current buzzing scientific journal literature and although this

What will sleep be like in 2030? | Herald Sun’s Body + Soul, Courier Mail

Date posted: July 20, 2014

510591-sleepTechnology is set to revolutionize the way we sleep. BEDS that can stop you from snoring, change temperature and sing you to slumber? Welcome to the future of sleep technology Walk into your bedroom in a decade or two and you'll be entering the ultimate tech zone. Tucked away in your pyjamas, sheets, mattress, lamp, curtains and walls will be technology that's working constantly to ensure you get the best possible night's sleep. That's the theory of Australian futurist Morris Miselowski, who says: "As we move towards becoming a ‘wellness society', where we'

To be well, or not to be well?

Date posted: July 7, 2014

heart robotMost of us would answer this question in the affirmative and would look for ways that we could maintain or achieve a sense of wellness and good health and this growing belief that we can and should live healthier lives is spurring on the health (r)evolution. The March to Wellness was the topic for this weeks regular chat with David Dowsett of ABC Radio Wide Bay as we explored the cultural, political and technological reasons we are moving

Take an app and see me in the morning

Date posted: June 16, 2014

halth_&_wellness_chronologyIn anticipation of delivering a keynote on the Future of the Health and Wellness Industry to a large Pharmacy Association on the weekend, I sent out this media release and was inundated with interview requests, giving 11 interviews around Australia in 36 hours.

How technology will revolutionise the health industry. Paradigm shift from Healthcare to Personal Wellness Australian futurist, Morris Miselowski, one of the world’s leading business visionaries, believes the key to better health care could already be in your pocket, with doctors soon set to prescribe

Ban #3Dprinted guns and then…?

Date posted: May 23, 2014

Of c3d kidneyourse we have to ban the manufacturing and use of illegal guns and weapons regardless of how they’re made, but let’s not judge all of 3D printing by this one abhorrent use, but rather celebrate it for its potential purposeful uses, but it seems like the pollies can't help themselves and in Queensland PUP Member for Yeerongpilly Carl Judge has announced he is seeking to introduce legislation to do just that. Great step, but then what? Let's look broader than this populi

3D printing – coming soon to a home near you

Date posted: May 21, 2014


Print a ring on it. reprinted fromThe NewDaily - Jackson Stiles

We could all soon be 3D printing custom-made clothes, food and spare parts as easily as we print on A4 sheets of paper.

The technology is young but you can already get your hands on it.

MakerBot, a US company that builds desktop 3D printers, has just released its smallest and cheapest

Futurist Morris Miselowski predicts the jobs we’ll be doing in 2050 | News.com.au

Date posted: April 24, 2014

721565-957d7760-caa1-11e3-9484-00a97bf135c7reprinted from Business Section of news.com.au “I CAN’T wait to be a transhumanist designer when I grow up,” said no child, ever. That might not be the case for long if futurist Morris Miselowski is right. He predicts the job could become as common as a teacher or builder in the years ahead. The renowned futurist, who has spoken at TEDx, thinks the workforce will change drastically in the next 35 years, with 60 per cent of us doing jobs that don’t exist

FUTURIST: These Are The 10 Social Trends To Watch For Next

Date posted: April 22, 2014

crystal-ball-185683357reprinetd from BusinessInsider.com.au Morris Miselowski is a self-described stirrer in the traditional Australian sense. That means he challenges current thinking and puts people off balance by looking at the world from another angle. He’s also a futurist: He creates a detailed possible future t

A regular glimpse into our future….

Date posted: March 31, 2014

oculusLots of tech news bits and pieces out there over the last few weeks, but many of them are coming back to one central technology theme - wearable computers and in this weeks regular radio segment David Dowsett of ABC Wide Bay and Capricornia and I chatted about Facebook's recent acquisition of Oculus Rift for $2 billion, a heads up display tech company started in 2012 that has yet to produce a finished commercial product and its $19 billion payment