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Dr. Morgaine Gaye is a futurologist who specializes in nutrition. Dr. Gaye explores upcoming changes in food consumption and predicts what we will eat in 5 to 10 years time. One of the predictions of Dr. Morgaine Gaye is that we will use devices in the future that will be directly related to our DNA. They will tell us what we should eat that day to make full use of our full potential. The devices will be used in our own kitchen and in the stores, we will scan them and choose our foods based on their analysis.
This futurologist brings together a research team and applies a contemporary scientific approach to researching history, nature, global culture, marketing, and consumer behaviors to make predictions related to nutrition. Dr. Morgaine Gaye thinks that taste, even though it is a biological experience, can be seen as a social phenomenon. She emphasizes that no matter what we eat or not eat, with everything we buy, grow and consume, we make personal, cultural, social and political decisions and thus maintain our own cultural patterns.
A number of different factors come into play when making predictions, from the packaging, culture, tradition, religion, products that currently can be found on the shelves to the products that have stopped producing or selling. As nutrition futurologist Dr. Gaye explores why we consume certain foods and predicts future trends that affect society as a whole, leaving the individual little space to remain untouched by a certain global trend.
Futurologist Gaye teaches at Nottingham Trent University in London and Lund University in Sweden. She regularly holds lectures, seminars, academic research, publishes publications, writes newspaper articles, and advises nutrition companies. Her primary themes are the future of food, the future of health and the connection of personal identity with the choice of foods. Dr. Gaye points out that one thing is certain, and that is, in the period of 5 to 10 years, people will much better understand what they are eating.
What are the upcoming trends and how technology will be associated with daily food consumption, Gaye will explain at the Future Tense conference on October 2, 2018 in Zagreb’s Lauba.
Tihomir Adam, director of the Croatian food company Zvijezda, which sponsored the arrival of Dr Gaye to the Conference, said: “We are extremely pleased to support the Future Tense conference and thus open the door of the future firsthand. Perhaps today we can’t imagine a product that our future consumer will want, but the futurologist can help us predict their needs and changing trends, which is a good guide to planning future business.”
Along Gaye, Future Tense will bring other futurologists as well: Aric Dromi to speak about smart cities, David Birch, with support from Addiko Bank, to speak on the future of payments, and Gerd Leonhard on the impact of technology development on human development.
For more information about the conference, visit www.futuretense.eu