Quick Theories by QuHarrison Terry

Quick Theories

A high-tech anthology that explores the digital macrocosm – a near-futuristic place where technology and humanity converge.


Your place in the future is ambiguous. It is undecided. But one thing we know for certain is that high-tech advancement is inevitable.

You cannot avoid the impact Oculus Go will have on replacing reality with digital environments. You cannot avoid the fact that CRISPR will change our very understanding of what’s naturally-occuring and what’s manufactured nature.

QuHarrison Terry bridges this gap between sci-fi and reality, so that you can comprehend the technology shaping your future.

He’s a respected technologist who has spoken at CES (the world’s largest technology conference), written for more than 4 million readers, and was named a LinkedIn Top Voice in Technology in 2016 and 2017.

Quick Theories is his magnum opus.

Quick Theories readers find that he swiftly creates a foundational understanding of our high-tech influences. His words relate dense concepts into transparent terms. And by eliminating the high-tech knowledge gap, readers easily envision how daily life will soon change.

Join the 4 million people who’ve read Quick Theories, foresee imminent change, and create your place in the future.

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Latest Theories
Google May Soon Know the Day You’ll Die
Creating A Limitless Existence With Transhuman Technology
Neural Implants (Neuralink) Will Connect All Brains
Future Of Video Content Is All In Your Head
Mind Control? Now Possible With University Of Washington Research
Researchers Develop Mind-Reading Machine That Works With 90% Accuracy
Would You Upgrade Your Average Senses To Extraordinary Levels?
Digital Tattoos Will Replace Your Fitness Wearable And TV Remote
Digital Drugs, Binaural Beats, And The Future Of Medicine
Buying More Than A Boost With Smart Drugs
When Economic Inequality Becomes Biological Inequality
A Marketplace for Genetic Information will be Available within Two Decades
Digital Legacy: What Will You Pass Along When You Pass Away?
Altered Reality
Facebook Just Created The iPhone Of Virtual Reality
Would You Attend a Wedding in Virtual Reality?
The Artificial Influencer That’s Worth Over $6 Million
The Not-So-Lonely Future Of TV
Interactive Films You (The Viewer) Control Are In Production
The Misleading Nature Of Artificial Intelligence, And Why We Believe It
Artificial General Intelligence Approaches Singularity
The AI Chatbot That Mimics Your Unique Personality
Natural Language Generation Turns Robots Into Writers
The AI That Is Creative And Rehabilitative
Overcoming Anxiety Of The Future Of Work
Trust In Government Falls To 20%. Is This The Opening For An AI Politician?
Not Even “The Law” Can Escape Artificial Intelligence
Is This Artificial Intelligence Church The Way Of The Future?
Big Data As A Service Accelerates Innovation Like Never Before
Google Home Vs. Amazon Echo: A Battle No AI Can Win
Chatbots, Like Cleverbot, Don’t Live By Our Rules
Attack Of The Chatbots: When AI Goes Rogue
Avoiding Dystopia
22,000 People Agreed To Clean Human Waste In A WiFi Privacy Policy
Our Facial Future: Where Your Face Holds All Your Secrets
Digital Disguises: Your Only Chance At Privacy
Digital Identity Theft Is A Growing Problem With Video Manipulation Technology
Messaging Apps Are Severely Cluttering Our Progress
The App With 938 Million Users, Showing Facebook How It’s Done
Why Our Facebook Dependence Is Really Bad
Paying for Facebook Could Solve the Data Privacy Issues
Digital Privacy Is Collapsing Thanks To Palantir Technologies
Black Box In An IPhone And Wearable Device Detectives
How Smart Home Devices Open Your Door To Unwanted Visitors
One In Three Kids Use An IPad Before They Can Speak. This Is The Emergence Of Digital Intelligence
Technofossils Are The Artifacts Of Our Existence. What Do They Say?
Why Our Appetite Depends On Fancy Farming Techniques
Future Society
Autonomous Companies Don’t Need Human Workers
How Amazon Thrives On Our Impatience As Consumers
A Potential Future Of Work… Where You Get Paid Not To Work
Doctors Are Turning To Smartphones For Answers, With Good Reason
Compassion Is The One Thing Stopping A Robot Caregiver Takeover
Can We Have Therapeutic Conversations With Computers?
75% Of Workplace Harassment Goes Unreported, But AI May Fix This
How My Virtual Coach Helped Make Working Out Enjoyable
Fashion Technology Shaping Up As The Next Trillion Dollar Industry
Insuring Bitcoin And Cryptocurrencies For Financial Security
HQ Trivia Inspires A New Industry Of Online Communities
Emoji Language Is The First Unified, World Language
Language Barrier Is No Match For A Voice Translator
Future Of Journalism Relies On YOU, The Reader
Cloud Desktops Let You Lease Your Computer, Just Like A Car
More Than 1.2 Trillion Photos Were Taken In 2017. What To Do With All These Memories?
Fighting Bankruptcy And Boredom With Surveillance Cameras
Uber Teams Up With NASA To Bring Us Flying Taxis In Five Years


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Who made Quick Theories?

All of us here at Inevitable Human. Our goal is to help you make the most of your futuristic foresight so you can create the future you desire. We do this by publishing exclusive content on today’s futuristic technology and other Future(s) Studies concepts. 

Our community includes influential decision-makers in business and tech who want to anticipate the future and foresee transformative changes.

Let’s face it, today our lives look much more like an episode of Star Trek than they do Seinfeld.

Inevitable Human publishes exclusive content on today’s futuristic technology and other Future(s) Studies concepts. Our community includes influential decision-makers in business and tech who want to anticipate the future and foresee transformative changes.