The Future of Security... and Crime


In 2014 I used a 3D-printer in my house to print a functional gun, and went to a conference where Israel's prime minister was expected to give a speech. I went to the top floor of the building on the other side of the road, and had a friend connect the gun to an aerial drone on the ground. The gun was thus delivered to me via the air, on a porch watching onto the building where the prime minister was supposed to start speaking any moment now...


This scenario happned in real-life, as a result of a study my friends (Arod Balisa and Ori Nachum) and I conducted about the future of crime. We made use of algorithmic approaches to create novel scenarios with high damage-potential, and enacted a few in order to test them out. Our rationale was that the only way to forecast and prepare for new crimes was to plan them ourselves. Since then, our findings have been disseminated in international conferences and among security personnel.


If you too want to know about the future of crime, and how to minimize the risks of falling a victim to future criminals - just contact me!


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The Future of Education


In the near future, the teacher we know todat will evolve into five different types of educators. How will each kind affect the education system, and why are the future chilren about to enjoy an education brilliantly better than that which we received in our youth?


The Future of Work


Are robots going to take over your job? Probably, if you don't think forward and prepare in advance. In this lecture you'll find out what our children are going to be doing for a living, which professions have a good chance to survive – and which don't – and how we should all start thinking about a world in which we don't have to work... at all.

... and everything else


Any topic that has to do with emerging and disruptive technologies, I've likely studied and talked about before. Click here to find more lecture topics!