First, we are ever so grateful to you, our readers, for your support!
After more than two years of creating content that explores emerging technologies and its implications on how we live, work, and play today and tomorrow, Futurithmic is ending its run as a standalone platform and transitioning over to Nokia. We will cease publishing on this site effective Friday, April 2, 2021. As a brand-supported publication, it has always been the plan to transition when the timing is right.
We’re delighted that the Futurithmic podcast hosted by Michael Hainsworth will continue to deliver thoughtful discussions with people whose work is impacting our future, and I encourage you to explore Nokia Insights for insightful, informative, and hopefully inspiring content.
I want to take this opportunity to thank all our contributors. You are some of the best out there and it has been a pleasure reading and editing your stories. A special thank you to the team at Truly, Inc. – our partners since the beginning – for their tireless efforts, creativity, and unceasing optimism. Lastly, a special thank you to our managing editor, the wonderfully talented Angie Liu, without whom nothing would ever get done! I am privileged to have worked with you all.
It’s hard to walk away from something that you’ve worked hard on, but we do so with a lot of love and affection for what we have been able to deliver to you – whether it’s exploring different facets of AI and its use and potential abuse, or all the potential changes 5G could bring about, to the different ways technology has been used during the COVID-19 pandemic. We hope to see you on the other side at Nokia Insights.
Patty Wong, Editor-in-Chief
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