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"future perfect" Definitions
  1. perfect with respect to a temporal point of reference in time to come; completed with respect to a time in the future, especially when incomplete with respect to the present.
  2. noting or pertaining to a tense or other verb formation or construction with such reference.
  3. the future perfect tense.
  4. another verb formation or construction with future perfect meaning.
  5. a form in the future perfect, as He will have come.

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On this episode of the Future Perfect podcast, we dig into that question.
For more, listen to the latest episode of the Future Perfect podcast, above.
Most of the time, I feel like I'm living in the future perfect.
As with any effort to forecast the future, perfect foresight cannot be expected.
Dylan Matthews is a senior correspondent and lead writer for Future Perfect at Vox.
On the Future Perfect podcast, the New Yorker's Jane Mayer explains how that happened.
As Dylan Matthews explains on the Future Perfect podcast, that's a big cause for concern.
For more on AI risks and GPT-2, listen to this Future Perfect podcast episode.
Vox's Future Perfect is funded by The Rockefeller Foundation (which means it pays my salary).
Future Perfect is deeply inspired by a movement known as effective altruism, or EA for short.
In the latest episode of Future Perfect, we explain solar geoengineering, as experts call this idea.
Arguably, the future perfect contains a great degree of foresight, a perspicacity and sorcery of sorts.
In 2020, Future Perfect is made possible thanks in part to the support of James McClave.
I find that really exciting, and the rest of the team here at Future Perfect does too.
The future perfect is a verb tense composed of the future of the verb "to have", i.e.
Thanks for listening this season, and please continue to read Vox's effective altruism articles at Future Perfect!
Future Perfect prizes its editorial independence, and all editorial decisions are insulated from fundraising and commercial considerations.
Unsurprisingly, it looked like a list of ideas that have influenced my writing in Future Perfect profoundly.
But what a great way to meet a successful husband to support me in my future perfect body.
So last year, the Future Perfect team at Vox decided to start trying to predict the coming year.
On this week's episode of the Future Perfect podcast, we looked into Hendricks's influence on Beloit, and Wisconsin.
That doesn't seem compatible with basic norms of democracy — a theme we're exploring in this season's Future Perfect podcast.
The first episode of the Future Perfect podcast is all about kidney donation and its connection to effective altruism.
Charles de Lisle and Chris Wolston at the Future Perfect An exhibition of new lighting by the Sausalito, Calif.
Vox's Future Perfect podcast also has an in-depth episode about the same topic, if you're looking for more information.
On the latest episode of the Future Perfect podcast, Dylan Matthews examines the damning role that big American foundations played.
The result is a set of works that, though created in the present, speak in a peculiar future perfect tense.
A technology veteran with over 20 years as an entrepreneur and VC, Jalak Jobanputra founded Future\Perfect Ventures in 2014.
We are grateful for all contributions to Future Perfect (though we should note that contributions are not considered charitable donations).
Vox Future Perfect reporter Kelsey Piper writes about global problems and the new solutions that are emerging to address them.
But Fabio Rojas does want open borders, and on the latest episode of the Future Perfect podcast, he tells us why.
It didn't escape my attention that Future Perfect is, in the language on the website, "made possible by" the Rockefeller Foundation.
For more, listen to the full episode above, and be sure to tune in again next Wednesday for more Future Perfect!
Current just closed a $3.6 million seed round led by Expa and Human Ventures, with participation from Future Perfect Ventures and others.
No longer simply a modish place to find high design by local makers, the Future Perfect now has a hushed, theatrical gravitas.
But as we explain on the latest episode of Future Perfect season two, Hendricks has another favorite recipient of donations: the Republican Party.
Behun introduced the soft-spoken Mattison to David Alhadeff of the design store the Future Perfect, who has given him his first show.
Cristina Guglielmetti, a certified financial planner and founder of Future Perfect Planning in New York, does this with her 9-year-old son.
This week on the Future Perfect podcast, we talk to James Piereson, who used to run Olin's foundation, and investigative reporter Jane Mayer.
Vox's Future Perfect reporter Sigal Samuel writes about AI, tech, and how they impact vulnerable communities like people of color and religious minorities.
Still, why wait for that potential future perfect storm when a fully formed player could vault the Celtics into legit contender status right now?
"What are you looking to get out of the relationship?" asks Cristina Guglielmetti, a certified financial planner and the president of Future Perfect Planning.
Home and Work Inside the apartment of David Alhadeff, whose gallery-cum-shop the Future Perfect has nurtured some of this country's greatest designers.
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And as we learn on this episode of the Future Perfect podcast, letting zombie donors pull the strings often doesn't turn out all that well.
But for 2019, Future Perfect is going to try to get better at forecasting all the perfect and less than perfect things that will happen.
When the leader of the country you live in daily spouts heedless, caustic rants, it's hard not to think in terms of the future perfect.
At its best, Twitter seems to have been built to sharpen our wits; at its worst, it disseminates the politicized fears of the future perfect.
For more of Vox's coverage on effective altruism and the bigger project of making the world a better place, see our new vertical, Future Perfect.
Craft Ventures, Vy Capital and Valor Equity Partners joined this that included other new investors like Future Perfect Ventures, 1confirmation, Abstract Ventures, and Signia Venture Partners.
Younger people tend to have low health-care costs and can watch their balances grow year over year, said Cristina Guglielmetti, owner of Future Perfect Planning.
It will "help advisors make better decisions and spend less time on the boring parts of the job," said Paul Dravis, partner of Future Perfect Machine.
Future Perfect shares similar interests with them, but we're not affiliated with them — and sometimes, we'll write things that people in the movement will disagree with.
THE FUTURE PERFECT A prizewinner at last year's Locarno Festival, Nele Wohlatz's debut feature blends fiction and documentary as it follows a Chinese teenager in Argentina.
We are constantly searching for new and innovative ways to fund the work we're doing and ensure the health of Future Perfect for years to come.
The Rochester, NY-based company managed to secure $53 million from Future\Perfect Ventures, RRE Ventures, High Line Venture Partners and the Rochester Institute of Technology Fund.
It was the best decision I've made in my life, and in the debut episode of Vox's new podcast, Future Perfect, I explain why I did it.
And so we have — Explained on Netflix, Today, Explained with Stitcher, The Goods, Future Perfect, Earworm, and there are so many more, and so many more coming.
"By the end of this month, everything should be there," said Cristina Gugilielmetti, a certified financial planner and owner of Future Perfect Planning in Brooklyn, New York.
Now, Future Perfect has published a selection of these drawings in a book published by Redcliffe Press, Murdered With Straight Lines: Drawings of Bristol by Garth England.
When John D. Rockefeller in 1909 proposed the Rockefeller Foundation (which is a financial supporter of Future Perfect, the Vox section you are reading), he encountered fearsome opposition.
But as we explore on the season finale of the Future Perfect podcast, it's also a political act that can profoundly affect other families, and your broader community.
Other investors include Founders' Co-op, Future\Perfect Ventures and 9Mile Labs, as well as angel investors like Chris McCoy, Doug Baldwin Jr., Kirby Winfield and Steve Hall.
Early in 2014, I launched Future\Perfect Ventures, an early-stage venture fund, to invest in the infrastructure and early use cases around blockchain and other decentralized technology.
Future perfect or future bleak: it is all there, and what path we choose to go down – as individuals or members of a community — is left as a question.
The Future Perfect, which opened in Williamsburg in 2003 and championed then-unknown designers Lindsey Adelman, Jason Miller and Fort Standard, has grown steadily over the last 183 years.
In "The Future Perfect," which Wohlatz helped write, the heroine, Xiaobin (Xiaobin Zhang), moves from China to Buenos Aires at age 18, to meet the parents she's never known.
Future Perfect seeks to tell stories about the world's problems — problems that are big and neglected, and that most people in the US don't hear about nearly often enough.
These drawings may never have seen the light of day if it hadn't been for Jo Plimmer, an engagement manager working on a contemporary art project called Future Perfect.
Earlier this year, he got his first show, "Constructs & Glitches," at the Future Perfect, featuring a striking suite of furniture inspired by snags he encountered while using 3D modeling software.
Glass and Georgia at the Future Perfect The NoHo design gallery is showing pieces by the American glass artist John Hogan and furnishings by Rooms, a studio based in Tbilisi.
He landed in New York City in 2000, and three years later, at 29, he had scraped together the cash to open the gallery-cum-design store the Future Perfect.
But while Ehrlich's predictions were proved wrong, his beliefs were shared by officials at major institutions like the World Bank and foundations like Ford and Rockefeller (which makes Future Perfect possible).
So we at the Future Perfect podcast wanted to talk to Tallinn about how he arrived at this approach, and why he thinks donating to protect us against AI is worthwhile.
One effect may be that this dialect would lose some of the tricky bits of English, such as the future perfect progressive ("We will have been working") that aren't strictly necessary.
His Calder-inspired mobiles and spheres are sold in such design meccas as the Future Perfect and Ralph Pucci, and he has collaborated with FlOS and the Parisian fashion boutique Colette.
Interestingly, there's little in there actually specific to language: The system doesn't know the difference between the future perfect and future continuous, and it doesn't break up words based on their etymologies.
Well now, there's Future Perfect — a baby name consulting service founded by Macaire Douglas and Cara Sullivan, two moms who met on a playground and instantly bonded over their children's unique names.
As my colleague Dylan Matthews reported in the April 20 Future Perfect newsletter: The most generous of the bunch was Elizabeth Warren, who donated 5.5 percent of her and her husband's earnings.
"Last year's tax return is a good checklist for everything that you'll need this year," said Cristina Gugilielmetti, a certified financial planner and owner of Future Perfect Planning in Brooklyn, New York.
On the premiere of season two of the Future Perfect podcast, White explains there's also a parallel in how the wealthy of that era, and the current era, responded to these crises.
More from CoinDesk's Annaliese Milano: Other investors in the round included Andreessen Horowitz, Pantera Capital, Future Perfect Ventures, 1confirmation, Signia Venture Partners and return backers Craft Ventures, Vy Capital and Valor Equity Partners.
But to tide you over, you can sign up for Vox's Future Perfect newsletter here, and twice a week, you'll get a roundup of ideas and solutions for tackling the world's biggest challenges.
As part of our research on the Olin Foundation for the Future Perfect podcast, we talked to Amanda Hollis-Brusky, a political scientist at Pomona College who wrote a book on the Federalist Society.
The Future Perfect This trendsetting store presents an exhibition of new American design, including furniture by Christopher Stuart of the Indiana firm Luur, and lighting by Ladies & Gentlemen Studio and the glass artist John Hogan.
Neri&Hu at 4053 Warren Street The Future Perfect presents a complete apartment designed around new furniture by the Shanghai firm Neri&Hu for De La Espada, in a new condominium building developed by DDG.
Over the past year, Vox Future Perfect reporter Sigal Samuel has been investigating China's campaign of repression against Uighur Muslims, 1 million of whom are being held in internment camps in the northwestern Xinjiang region.
Callidus Guild, a Brooklyn company that has created custom wall surfaces in boutiques for brands like Chanel and Tiffany & Company, introduced its latest collection of hand-painted wallpaper at The Future Perfect in Manhattan last month.
"In general, in the United States, lithium levels are much higher in the Northeast and East Coast and very low in the Mountain West," he told me on a new episode of the Vox podcast Future Perfect.
On the latest Future Perfect, we talk to Jackson about her efforts to make the North Dakota system a little more like Norway's and what she learned about her inmates, and humanity, when she started taking rehabilitation seriously.
But while there's a lot of clever tech in the X16 (including the ability to combine up to four separate LTE connections — just think of the phone bill), this is future-perfect stuff, rather than something that's ready today.
Her "convenings," which she held at the Guggenheim during her retrospective (mordantly named "Past Tense/Future Perfect") and more recently at the Park Avenue Armory, suggest that keeping the old model while simply swapping out the content isn't going to work.
If you've listened to all of those already, you can get new episodes by subscribing to Today, Explained, The Ezra Klein Show, Worldly, The Weeds, Primetime, Recode Decode, and Future Perfect on Apple Podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts.
The Future Perfect podcast team — Dylan Matthews and Byrd Pinkerton — visited the KIPP Spark Academy, a charter elementary school that predates the gift but benefited with the rest of the sector from Zuckerberg's contribution and the new emphasis on the charter sector.
They make up the arms of Neri & Hu's wood Capo lounge chair for De La Espada, which will be displayed May 2000 to 23 in a show apartment at 21899 Warren Street, in Tribeca, designed by the furniture retailer the Future Perfect. Orange?
On Monday, the influential design gallery the Future Perfect will open Casa Perfect New York, a West Village brownstone furnished with emerging contemporary design — one of the most exciting retail events in the field since Murray Moss opened his namesake store in 1994.
And it was an incredibly momentous year for our section: We brought on Sigal Samuel who quickly became an indispensable voice on AI, animal issues, and religious toleration, we premiered season two of the Future Perfect podcast, and we published hundreds of articles.
The amount of particulate released by the experiment is "about the same amount that one commercial airliner releases in one minute of flight," Gernot Wagner, an economist who works on geoengineering issues at Harvard, told me in an interview for Vox's Future Perfect podcast.
On the latest episode of the Future Perfect podcast, Vox's Byrd Pinkerton and I investigate some methods scientists are pondering to save the ferrets, from plague vaccines to using CRISPR to achieve plague resistance, and we debate whether all the effort is worth it.
The themes that run through these papers — how to conduct and synthesize scientific evidence better; how to efficiently save lives in public health; how to think about challenges like AI and the far future — are major preoccupations of Future Perfect as a section of Vox.
Tallinn came on the latest episode of Vox's Future Perfect podcast to talk about the rationale behind his philanthropy and how he was persuaded to care so much about AI: To people unfamiliar with the argument that AI poses an existential risk, Tallinn's actions might seem bizarre.
In 2009, feeling that retail spaces like American Apparel stores had conquered Williamsburg and the Future Perfect no longer fit into the neighborhood, he moved the store to Great Jones Street in NoHo (he added an outpost in the Pacific Heights neighborhood of San Francisco in 2013).
Reagan made the US worse in countless ways, but, watching him speak at the 1976 RNC, via Daniel Tucker's "Future Perfect: Time Capsules in Reagan Country" (2015), I found myself thinking that at least the man was intelligent enough to put together a coherent, even eloquent speech.
By teaching your child to save for costly items, you help him understand that he'll have to make sacrifices in the present in order to afford those luxuries in the future, said Cristina Guglielmetti, a certified financial planner and founder of Future Perfect Planning in Brooklyn, New York.
On this episode of the Future Perfect podcast, we look at Douglas Ensminger, an official at the Ford Foundation who created infrastructure for large-scale sterilization programs in India, where millions of men in urban and rural areas alike could receive vasectomies in the hope of taming the population threat.
As late as 2012, even as the vast platforms that now control the internet had assumed their current shapes, the bestselling author Steven Johnson argued the glass was half full in his book Future Perfect — that "peer progressives," enlightened digital natives, would end entrenched social and political problems through crowdsourcing.
On the latest episode of the Future Perfect podcast, we went to Newark to examine the results of Zuckerberg's gift, and of then-Newark Mayor Cory Booker's efforts to implement it: I highly recommend you download the podcast, which goes deep into what the Newark experience says about wealth inequality and philanthropy.
Take, for example, how she generously used her position as the first black woman to have a major retrospective at the Guggenheim in New York in 22003 to create "Carrie Mae Weems LIVE: Past Tense/Future Perfect," a gathering and platform for black artists, historians, critics and curators to speak truth to power.
I'm focusing here on stuff written by the core Future Perfect team (Kelsey Piper, Sigal Samuel, and me); there were also some amazing pieces from other teams at Vox (like this project on what practices will be considered unthinkable in 2070, or Brian Resnick's essay on intellectual humility) that I'm leaving off.
That depth and the craftsmanship they used to express it caught the eye of Dutch design entrepreneur Marcel Wanders, co-founder of Moooi, who commissioned them early on to create the popular Position lamp, and David Alhadeff of the Future Perfect, the influential store on Great Jones Street in New York City that now champions them in the United States.
If you want to see Kleiman in action, I strongly recommend his conversation, from 2014, with Ezra Klein for Vox — a great demonstration of Kleiman's wit and insight, and one of the best conversations about marijuana legalization to date: His talk on which drugs should be legalized, and just how legal they should be, is also well worth watching: Sign up for the Future Perfect newsletter.
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