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On this page The world is changing Canada needs to influence or adapt Process and key products Annex 1 : Our Process Annex 2 : What is Foresight? Global forces will play a larger role in shaping our future Scenarios explore the range of futures we may confront A...
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On this page Introduction Acknowledgements Supporting Material Insights Executive summary Many domains are affected Change Drivers Emerging neuroscience technologies Domains: Potential Impacts
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On this page Introduction Summary of Key Economic Changes in Asia (Insights) and Policy Challenges & Opportunities for Canada Policy Challenges & Opportunities for Canada Key Economic Changes in Asia (Insights) Key Changes in Asia (Insights)
MetaScan 2011 explored how four international change drivers are shaping Canada's future. The global and Canadian economies could look quite different in 10 years or 15 years. New developments are expected to change the economy, such as:
On this page What is Changing? What Else is Changing? References Notes
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3D Printing or Additive ManufacturingA group of technologies that create three-dimensional components or products through the addition of materials (typically layer by layer). Depending on the type of technology, a range of materials (i.e. plastics, steel, stainless ste...
On this page Asia’s new emerging consumer class and the rise of frugal innovation The emerging digital economy in Asia Ownership unbundling: the collaborative economy and open source The potential for social disruption An Asian society in transition could alter glo...
On this page Executive Summary Insights Challenges and Opportunities Scenarios Implications for Canada Conclusion Annex A: Assumptions References