Futurists Plan Chicago Meeting

Some 1,000 futurists from around the world will meet in Chicago July 19-21 to discuss forthcoming developments in technology, business, and other areas. "FutureQuest: Strategies for the New Millennium" will be held at the Chicago Hilton Hotel & Towers. The futurists will hear presentations by more than 200 experts. John L. Petersen, president of the Arlington Institute, a futurist research firm, will lead a session called "The Y2K Problem: What's Really Likely to Happen." William Halal, director of George Washington University's Forecast of 85 Emerging Technologies for 2001-2030, will discuss the technology revolution and the future of space exploration.

The World Future Society is a nonprofit scientific and educational organization that acts as a neutral forum and clearinghouse for information and ideas about current trends and possible future developments. Call 301-656-8274 for more information.

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