The Future of Ageing in Smart Environments: Scenarios of 2050

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  1. Andrew Dana Hudson
Affiliated institutions: Arizona State University

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Description: This workshop report presents the results of a scenario creation process centered on the future of ageing in smart environments (FASE) in 2050, in a U.S. context. Hosted by the School for the Future of Innovation in Society and The Global KAITEKI Center of Arizona State University, with funding from The KAITEKI Institute of the Mitsubishi Chemical Holdings Corporation (MCHC), the first FASE workshop convened 36 diverse experts to integrate and focus their perspectives on how ageing people and smart environments might interact and exist in 2050. Our exploration of ageing in smart environments in 2050 is a provocation and invitation. The scenarios are meant to challenge conventional wisdom about how the future may turn out and, in so doing, make space for readers to challenge their assumptions of and preparedness for futures that may look different from the present. If you have thoughts on ageing in smart environments, please reach out to us.

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