- by The Walrus StaffThe Walrus Staff Updated 14:47, Feb. 10, 2020 | Published 8:26, Jun. 4, 2018This article was published over a year ago. Some information may no longer be current.
THE FUTURE OF BIOGRAPHY
Social media is breathing new life into an esteemed literary genre
BY CHARLOTTE GRAY
THE FUTURE OF DIVERSITY
Why a collective dialogue on race remains impossible
BY ANDRAY DOMISE
THE FUTURE OF SEX
What if the key to intimacy lies with robots?
BY KATE SLOAN
THE FUTURE OF TRAVEL
The world may be shrinking, but we’ll never tire of leaving home
BY PICO IYER
THE FUTURE OF FOOD
Forget the foodies—the future is fast food
BY CHRIS NUTTALL-SMITHE
THE FUTURE OF EXPLORATION
In the age of Google Maps, what’s left to discover?
BY KATE HARRIS
THE FUTURE OF NATURE
Why I still think we can save the world
BY DAVID SUZUKI
THE FUTURE OF CITIES
The perfect urban space was invented thousands of years ago
BY TARAS GRESCOE
THE FUTURE OF TV
What is must-see TV at a time when everyone watches alone?
BY ADAM STERNBERGH
THE FUTURE OF THE FUTURE
What our predictions say about us
BY DAN FALK
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