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Proteus-55-Trends-for-the-Future

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Published by Mitchell Davis
Future Trends
Future Trends

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Published by: Mitchell Davis on Jul 27, 2008
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Proteus USA
Te National Intelligence University, Oce o the Director o National Intelligence and the Center or Strategic Leadership, U.S. Army War College, established the Proteus USA as an internationalconsortium and “think tank” that promotes urther discourse, study,and research ocused on examining uncertainty, enhancing creativity,gaining oresight, and developing critical analytical and decisionmaking processes to eectively provide insight and knowledge to uturecomplex national security, military and intelligence challenges. Teorganization ocuses on the renement, development, and applicationo new and emerging “utures” concepts, methods, processes, andscenarios.
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Proteus supports research by several public and private organizations.Te 55 Global rends series is produced by Forecasting InternationalInc., a private think tank, as part o their ongoing research dedicatedto the identication o key trends and their integration into intolong-term planning. Forecasting International (FI) has conductedan ongoing study o the orces changing our world or almost hal a century in support o clients ranging rom General Motors to the YMCA, the Central Intelligence Agency, and the White House.
Tis publication is a work o the U.S. Government as dened in itle 17,United States Code, Section 101. As such, it is in the public domain, andunder the provisions o itle 17, United States Code, Section 105, it may not be copyrighted. Visit our website or other ree publications at: http:// www.carlisle.army.mil/proteus.Te views expressed in this monograph are those o the author and do notnecessarily reect the ocial policy or position o the Department o the Army, the Department o Deense, the Oce o the Director o NationalIntelligence, or the U.S. Government. Tis report is cleared or publicrelease; distribution is unlimited.
 
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