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Who Owns the Future?
The answer is more accurate that one might expect. The world’s future, it seems, is in the hands of
According to the Oxfam report presented at the annual Davos conference in January 2019, 26 people are, in fact, in control of
50% of global wealth, with an increase of combined personal wealth of 12% in one year, or 2,5 billion a day. In the same span of time, the poorest 50% of the world lost 11% of the wealth it held the previous year.
Interestingly, the number of people in control of 50% of the total wealth, keeps shrinking by the year, every year. In 2010, this golden list, counted
The 2019 top chart includes : Jeff Bezos, $112 bn, Bill Gates $90bn, Warren Buffett $84bn, Bernard Arnault $72bn, Mark Zuckenberg $75bn.
Source : Oxfam report 2019.
THE FOURTH REVOLUTION and the IMPACT on LABOUR
47%: Percentage of professions at high risk of extinction in the coming years 16%: Percentage of professions at average risk of extinction in the coming years. Ratio new jobs created vs. destroyed professions: 5:10
Drones produced and marketed in 2010:
1000. Drones produced and marketed in the world in 2015: 1 million.
The FAA (Federal Aviation Authority Americana) has authorized over 1000 companies operating commercial drones in 2015 alone.
Amazon Prime Air, is Amazon’s project to make home deliveries with drones.
The drone market for logistics is estimated to grow by
57 % by 2020.
2020 Toyota will present to the market its first autonomous vehicle Driverless Cars: January 2016 the test in three cities American was inititated, with 10,000 cars without drivers.
2020 it is estimated there will be 1. The debut for vehicles without a driver is planned for 2019. 0 million semi-autonomous vehicles on the roads 44% of respondents from a research by Ericson thinks AI (artificial intelligence) will be a good substitute for the teacher.
2020 Europe will be short of som 825,000 specialists in ICT (Information & Communications Technology) in Europe
Source: Oxford Martin School of Economics. Business Wire Berkshire Hathaway drone market report.
Roman Empire's population between 300 and 400 AD :
55,000,000. Current world population of 7.4 billion.
2030 world population estimated to reach 8.5 billion.
Distribution of world population in
2030: 60% Asia, 12% Africa 11%, Europe 8%, North America. China's population of 1.4 billion, 20% of the global population. India 2030 population: 1.5 billion, 19% of the global population.
Over the next twenty years the population growth will be concetrated in 9 countries: India, Nigeria, Pakistan, Congo, Ethiopia, Tanzania, USA, Indonesia, Uganda.
In Africa, children under the age of 15 are 41% of the population . In India 45% of the population is under 25 years.
Europe 34% of the population will be 60 years or older by 2050.
50% of German women > 40 years has no children.
The highest fertility rate for women: 7.19 Niger, Afganistan 7, Congo 6.7
The lowest fertility rate per woman: Hong Kong 0.97 Poland 1.23,
Rate of fertility: Germany:
1.41 Italy 1.38 Median average age : Italy: 46 years.
2014: Southern Italy recorded
174,000 births, the lowest level recorded over 150 years. .
Source: UN; Istat.
THE GOLDS RUSH
713 million International Tourist Arrivals in Europe 2018 84 million: France is the n.1 country in the world for international tourist arrivals.
Italy 5th country in the world with almost
50 million international tourist arrivals per year.
Veneto is the Italian region with the largest number of tourist arrivals (> 10 mil), of which
10 mil of arrivals and 52 mil of presences form Germany into Italy.
2020 Ryanair will carry 180 million passengers per year.
The fastest tourism segment growing:
Experiential Travel. Outbound travel trips undertaken by Chinese citizens have gone from 20 million to 180 million in between 2010 and 2018 .
Tourism will be, more than ever, traded as 'Social Currency “ which defines the status.
Millennials are the new tourists of '' everyday life style "
SOCIALLY SERIOUS, with
80% of Millennials influenced by peer-to-peer reviews. 50% of Millennials use Airbnb for travel. But if they could ... 58% would prefer the hotel. Italy has become t he third largest market in the world for Airbnb. Over 400,00 properties listed in this country.
34% of the population in urban centers in Europe & USA are already participating in some form to the Sharing Economy. 2013 value of Sharing economy: $ 250bn. By 2025 : expected value of Sharing Economy to reach $ 700bn
300 hours of video content is uploaded to YouTube, and 20% of 16-19 year olds watch more than three hours of You Tube daily. Fitting rooms with Virtual Reality, interactive mirrors and body scanners. Adidas, Tommy Hilfiger, Lacoste go virtual. 2013 IKEA has launched their first catalogue with Augmented Reality. 2016 Land Rover Launches Virtual showroom in Paris. $ 2bn invested by Facebook to acquire Oculus Rift. 1000 virtual shops set up by Yihadian (Walmart) in China. EVERYTHING and NOW. 41% of Millennials have made purchases with their smartphone, and 67% found employment through Facebook.
DISOWNERSHIP. DIGITAL DETOX. Solidarity. FOOD. Travel. Sports, THE NEW STATUS SYMBOL