Counting the Future is a visual history of prediction; a collection of attempts to predict the future from data. It focuses specifically on the diagrammatic nature of statistical prediction and puts predictive diagrams in relation with each other through time, across disciplines and domains. The resulting epic meta-diagram aims to provide a new way to access the history of prediction: a subjective and incomplete map which invites multiple readings.

Minimum Viable Product presented at the 4S/EASST conference in Sept. 2016
The Flower and the Future presented at This Happened London in March 2018

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This project is part of David Benqué's PhD research in Information Experience Design at the Royal College of Art in London. This work is supported by Microsoft Research Cambridge (UK) through its PhD Scholarship Programme.