Areas of Expertise
Technological Convergence • Innovation • Behavioural Change
Named by CNN as one of the top 7 Heroes to watch in 2015, Kathryn Myronuk is a leading expert on exponentially growing technologies and the synthesis of ideas at the core of accelerating change. Her focus is the application of new capabilities made possible with technology to the Sustainable Development Goals and to social entrepreneurship activities. Kathryn has spoken about and designed workshops on exponential tech, the future of education and STEM research; the insight of the smart newcomer; and the future of jobs (the possibility of "economic climate change") at AAAS, UNICEF, USI, DLD, WiredUK, the StockholmResilience Centre, the Karolinska Institute; and has consulted for The Stockholm Resilience Centre, the Orange Institute, and the Institute for the Future, among other prominent conferences and organizations. Her analysis and data played central roles in two New York Times bestselling books: Ray Kurzweil's The Singularity is near (2005) and Peter H. Diamandis & Stevan Kotler's Abundance : The Future Is Better Than You Think (2012).
Exponentially grown technologies
Ideas at the core of accelerating change
The application of new capabilities through technology
The future of jobs
The future of future