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In May 2023, Wikistrat partnered with Upwork to run a simulation on the future of work in light of the ever-developing technologies, especially AI. In this, a multidisciplinary crowd of leading experts collaborated to share scenarios and ideas on how flexible workforce models would evolve by 2030.
5 Shock Events to the World That Are Already in Sight
Since 2017, Wikistrat has been partnering every year with NYU's "Political Risk and Prediction" course to explore various risks to global stability. These include political, geopolitical, economic, and social risks, as well as shock events. Read now about the events that may rock our post-pandemic world by 2025.
What Are the Global Risks To Watch For in 2023?
Once a year, New York University students collaborate with Wikistrat experts in order to explore the risks to global stability in the coming year. What are the political, geopolitical, economic, and social risks to watch for in 2023? Read their analysis now.
'No longer Putin's war': Why the next leader of Russia will not stop the Ukraine invasion
Russia has invested too much prestige in the war for its next leader to end it when they come into power, a team of experts has claimed.
What Would Happen to the War If Putin Were to Die?
Six months have passed since Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. Since then, the situation on
the ground evolved into a war of attrition, with no end in sight. At this point, many people
believe that only a dramatic event, such as the death of Russian President Vladimir Putin,
will end the war. But will it?
What automation, AI, AR and robotics mean for the future of work in mining
idoba and Wikistrat have partnered in order to explore what changes and trends will shape the future of work and the workers in the mining industry, their impact, and ways to prepare for them in the upcoming decade.
In light of the nuclear talks in Vienna, Wikistrat ran an interactive simulation with 30 leading Iran and Middle East experts in order to explore how an Israeli military strike on Iran’s nuclear sites would impact five key regional actors: Iran, Saudi Arabia, China, the US, and Russia.
Perth-based consulting firm Sandpit Innovation and global crowdsourcing platform Wikistrat published a report in which they explore the mining industry’s future in the age of social awareness.
An Israeli strike against Iran could trigger normalization with Saudi Arabia. But that’s just one part of the far more precarious Middle East such an attack would birth, with China, Russia, and the U.S. forced to respond
A simulation by Wikistrat explored opportunities for Israel-Gulf relations in 2025 following the signing of a peace treaty between Israel and Saudi Arabia.
What will the international implications be if China and the United States continue to adopt extremely tough tones in their confrontation? In an effort to find answers to that question, Washington-based geo-strategic consulting company Wikistrat held an economic war game simulating a US embargo on high-tech trade and investment in China in 2021 under Donald Trump if he is re-elected for a second term as president of the United States.
According to Wikistrat’s CEO, Oren Kesler, “We continue to see growing demand from clients and consultancy partners alike, all seeking something different. These days, both governments and corporations want to be innovative and more creative in how they interact with vendors. And it just makes more sense to leverage some form of virtual crowdsourcing where talented professionals compete to think creatively about the future and brainstorm solutions"
Federica Russo, focusing on China's engagement in the global scene and the dynamics which impact corporate boards'action, is a researcher at the consulting firm Wikistrat.
Wikistrat sat down with Hudson Institute senior fellow and former U.S. intelligence officer Michael Pregent to get a deeper insight into U.S. policy options vis-à-vis Iran (JNS)
McKinsey shouldn’t close up shop just yet. But if Wikistrat has its way, the future of geopolitical analysis will belong to the crowd (Fast Company).
Wikistrat asked its “crowd” -- including academics, private sector representatives, former law enforcement agents, and experts studying money laundering schemes and the Russian mafia -- to discuss crime scenarios of the future, and then vote on their likelihood.