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SciFutures Probes Your Company's Dystopian Nightmares And Dreams Up The Solutions

The small Burbank-based firm uses a stable of 100 published sci-fi writers to help workshop scary futures into real products. The small Burbank-based firm uses a stable of 100 published sci-fi writers to help workshop scary futures into real products. Do Fortune 500 CEOs dream of electric sheep? No, they dream about the hundreds of ways their companies could be put out of business by the radical idea that they never see coming.
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