Richard Worzel - Futurist - Speaker - Consultant
Video Archive
Video Archive

Testimonials, descriptions, and online articles are great, but ultimately you probably want to see someone you're thinking of engaging. The video clips available here will give you a sense of my presentation style, and are drawn from presentations in front of real audiences. They are mostly short - on the order of 2-6 minutes. If you'd like to see a longer video, email me and I'll arrange for you to have online access to a complete, one hour keynote presentation.

These videos are also available on my YouTube Channel

Richard Worzel Videos

The Four Dimensions of the Future of Food
What consumers will choose to eat in the future will be largely determined by where they are within the four dimensions of food. Here's why.

The Broader Implications of IT
It's relatively simple to forecast what technology will be capable of doing, but the broader implications or the downstream effects are much more important.

Everyday Robots
Perhaps the most startling change we will experience over the next few years will be the emergence of robots in our everyday lives, plus the development of computer intelligences.

Using Change as a Competitive Weapon
It's not just that the rate of change is accelerating - there's more going on than just that. And those companies that can take advantage of that can increase market share. Here's how I described the situation to a technology company.

We Will be Watched and Watched Over by Invisible Intelligence
Even as technology emerges to serve us, it will also get kind of creepy as well. Here's why.

Water is Much More Than the 'New Oil'
We regularly hear water described as the "new oil," but this is a mistake because water is much more important than that. Here's what I said to a group of California farmers.

Implications of the Future for Food Producers
There are going to be new niches opening up for food producers, but to take advantage of them, producers are going to have to be nimble, and anticipate new developments.

Networks are Going to be Intuitive, Intriguing, and Invisible
The interplay between new technologies, and what consumers will demand in exchange for their money is of crucial importance to companies that sell or use technology. Here are some of comments about the future of networks and the devices that attach to them.

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