Yep, that’s part of asking the question. I thought there’d be something unrelated to Italian art. I love Italian art, but I’m not sure that makes one qualified to tell us how robots will stomp humanity under their metal feet.
Sorry, my bad. That’s “futurist,” not “futurewrist.”
I guess that’s closest to what I’m driving at. “Mathematician,” “physicistists,” “chemist,” “astronomer,” “historian,” “economist,” “psychologist,” “typist,” “pilonidal cyst” all imply some expertise that can be, hopefully (in a perfect world) verified. But to be a futurist basically means being a science-fantasy author? (As distinct from science-fiction.)
Basically, and keeping this in GQ, quoting a futurist as providing insight is basically an object lesson in what we should have learned from Milgrim’s experiment?