Our communities are living creatures, morphing endlessly to reflect the life within them. As we change, so do the societies we inhabit, swiftly and obediently. In wielding this power, the human race for long stood alone and almighty. Yet our reign over the shift might soon be over. We are now starting to question whether the contemporary realities we’ve created are starting to break free from our hold; whether the fruit of our innovation has gained the upper hand over its own creators. Does the ultimate manifestation of human ingenuity stand in losing the power to shape our own destinies? And, if this is indeed where we’re headed, who will command the shift? As we approach our third conference, our thoughts are focused on what lies ahead for our communities and beyond. In particular, we wish to delve deep into our collective aspirations and apprehensions for a future which is taking shape as we go around absentmindedly though our hectic lives. We believe that these constant changes have been a staple part of our lives, and a breeding ground for new opportunities: some exciting and others disconcerting; yet all worthy of our careful consideration.
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