Dominic Basulto

Dominic Basulto is a futurist and blogger based in New York City. Prior to working for Bond Strategy, he was the editor of Fortune’s Business Innovation Insider and a founding member of, one of the Web's first blog media companies. He also shares his thoughts on innovation on the Big Think Endless Innovation blog and is working on a new book on innovation called "Endless Innovation, Most Beautiful and Most Wonderful."
Latest from Dominic Basulto

5 futuristic oddities from the weird world of wearable tech

New tech products include exoskeletons, portable mind monitors and smart textiles.

February 1, 2016

What zebras and their mysterious stripes can teach innovators

Why do zebras have their stripes? It has nothing at all to do with being wild or daring.

January 28, 2016

Global innovation may have a 1 percent problem

Technological progress was supposed to level the playing field for everyone, but has it?

January 21, 2016

What the world’s best cities will look like in 2030

Here's how cities can prepare for aging populations.

January 19, 2016

Eating poop pills could make you thin. Seriously.

Gut bacteria from the stool samples of thin people could help treat obesity.

January 14, 2016

How NASA’s planetary defense officer will protect Earth from asteroids

The job includes tracking the skies for deadly asteroids and comets.

January 13, 2016

How 3D printers can help undo the destruction of ISIS

Archaeologists and 3D-printing enthusiasts are cleverly finding ways to preserve landmarks.

January 7, 2016

The 10 edgiest innovation ideas of 2016

The list includes cloning a wooly mammoth and making designer humans.

January 6, 2016

LeBron James is helping virtual reality enter the mainstream

If it wants mainstream acceptance, virtual reality must emphasize experiences rather than games.

December 29, 2015

5 things you should know about the plan to open source artificial intelligence

OpenAI is a new type of non-profit artificial intelligence research company. But will it succeed?

December 24, 2015