Which strategies are successful for your goals? Which known and new factors do you have to consider?

The rescaling of our world has already begun

Climate change and the overall pricing of environmental costs into our daily lives have already begun:

  • The impact of demographic change and migration,
  • the expectations of the younger generations, work-life balance, new professions, permanent learning,
  • the field of tension between globalization and regionalization,
  • the development and expansion of new energy sources,
  • Bio-/Gene- and Nanotech
  • and the all-dominant exponential accelerator Artificial Intelligence

Which innovation-, cost-, braking- and acceleration factors do we have to consider?

State of affairs

Where do we stand today? Where are the strengths and weaknesses and what new opportunities can arise from them? 

Find target range

What paths are opening up? Where do the risks lurk? In which time frames do we have to think?


The global market for artificial intelligence is expected to reach a volume of 250 billion US dollars by 2025, with an annual growth rate of 40 % (Source: pmd).

Perspectives for a new world

Technology has always improved our lives, so let us use these powers to meet the great challenges of our time. All we have to do is set the right framework conditions.

Perspectives for a new world

(Extract from the subject areas ecology, economy and energy)


  • Pricing the life cycle assessment 3% 3%
  • Global market access but regional production 50% 50%
  • 3-D printing 5% 5%
  • Human work vs. AI work 80% 80%
  • AGI/Bio-/Nano-Tech 10% 10%
  • Fossil fuels 68% 68%
  • Nuclear power 12% 12%
  • Renewable energy 20% 20%
  • Nuclear fusion 0% 0%


  • Pricing the life cycle assessment 75% 75%
  • Global market access but regional production 70% 70%
  • 3-D printing 50% 50%
  • Human work vs. AI work 50% 50%
  • AGI/Bio-/Nano-Tech 80% 80%
  • Fossil fuels 18% 18%
  • Nuclear power 10% 10%
  • Renewable energy 70% 70%
  • Nuclear fusion 2% 2%


  • Pricing the life cycle assessment 100% 100%
  • Global market access but regional production 80% 80%
  • 3-D printing 100% 100%
  • Human work vs. AI work 25% 25%
  • AGI/Bio-/Nano-Tech 100% 100%
  • Fossil fuels 1% 1%
  • Nuclear power 1% 1%
  • Renewable energy 48% 48%
  • Nuclear fusion 50% 50%

Source: pmd

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Set Impulses


If man does not think about what lies in the distant future, he will regret it in the near future.


Identify Opportunities


The future belongs to those who recognize the possibilities before they become obvious.

(Oscar Wilde)

Evaluate Probabilities


Don’t believe everything you think.

(Haemin Sunim)

Develop Strategies


It is not a matter of predicting the future, but of being prepared for the future.


Implement, Integrate


First do the necessary, then the possible, and suddenly you do the impossible.

(Francis of Assisi)

Next Level


Logic takes you from A to B. Your imagination will take you anywhere​.

(Albert Einstein)

Artificial Intelligence

Quo Vadis Homo Sapiens?