Each week Nikolas Badminton, Futurist Speaker, summarizes the top-5 future looking developments and news\u00a0items that I find to be inspiring, interesting, concerning, or downright strange. Each day he reads through dozens of blogs and news websites to find those things that we should be aware of.In Future Trends \u2013 Future Olympics, Jobs, and War\u00a0we look at the trends that we should be aware of today, August 11th, 2016 (one day early this week).\u00a0The future of the Olympics, how China is changing the Internet, jobs we’ll need in the future, deep space habitats, and new military robots7 Sci-Fi Writers Predict The Future Of The OlympicsClimate change will cause the Winter Olympic Games to change drastically –\u00a0Madeline Ashby, author of Company TownA new, more environmentally sustainable alternative to the Olympics will rise up\u00a0-Malka Older, author of InfomocracyCheesy human interest stories will be replaced by a more immersive,\u00a0athlete-controlled media experience\u00a0-S.B. Divya, author of RuntimeThe games will become a nostalgic ode to a time when humans were less scientifically perfect\u00a0-Max Gladstone, author of Four Roads CrossAnd they will do so for the same reason we enjoy going to the movies or looking at art today\u00a0-Patrick Hemstreet, author of The God WaveOr, it could go the other way, and corporations will sponsor athletes based on their DNA sequences\u00a0-Stacey Berg, author of DissensionAnd each Olympic event will eventually handle issues of gender differently\u00a0-Ada Palmer, author of Too Like the LightningVia The Huffington PostHow China Is Changing Your Internet | The New York TimesIn China, a sheltered internet has given rise to a new breed of app, and American companies are taking notice. What was once known as the land of cheap rip-offs may now offer a glimpse at the future.Produced by: JONAH M. KESSEL and PAUL MOZURRead the story here: http:\/\/nyti.ms\/2aK60IEHuman body part designers and guided Space tours? Get ready for the jobs of the futureAround 65% of school pupils will move into careers that don\u2019t exist yet, according to the US Department of Labor, as robotics and\u00a0artificial intelligence\u00a0move into the\u00a0mainstream.The Future Laboratory, a consultancy that tries to predict trends in 14 industry sectors, has teamed up with Microsoft Surface, whose devices are designed with students in mind, to look at the jobs which today\u2019s students will be undertaking by 2025.Called the \u2018Tomorrow Jobs\u2019 report, the study looks at what the creative careers of the future might look like and it\u00a0has identified ten job categories that don\u2019t exist today, along with the skills\u00a0needed\u00a0in order for students to future proof their careers.Space Junk ArchaeologistMemory Storage SpecialistRewilding StrategistBattery InnovatorHuman Parts DesignerVirtual Habitat DesignerEthical Technology AdvocateDigital Cultural CommentatorFreelance BiohackerIoT Data CreativeVia MicrosoftNASA has six companies developing future deep space habitatsNASA has selected six U.S. companies to help advance the Journey to Mars by developing ground prototypes and concepts for deep space habitats.Through the public-private partnerships enabled by the Next Space Technologies for Exploration Partnerships-2 (NextSTEP-2) Broad Agency Announcement, Appendix A, NASA and industry partners will expand commercial development of space in low-Earth orbit while also improving deep space exploration capabilities to support more extensive human spaceflight missions.The selected companies are:Bigelow Aerospace of Las VegasBoeing of Pasadena, TexasLockheed Martin of DenverOrbital ATK of Dulles, VirginiaSierra Nevada Corporation\u2019s Space Systems of Louisville, ColoradoNanoRacks of Webster, TexasVia Futurist Tech InfoUS Marines New Robots in Action – Testing Several Military Robots in Real ConditionsMarine Regiment test equipment provided by the Marine Corps Warfighting Laboratory. The equipment they are testing ranges from unmanned ground and aerial vehicles, new technology in expeditionary medicine, reusable energy and water purifying systems.Video also include footage of the Boston Dynamic’s LS3 (canceled ) program. ***Nikolas Badminton is a world-respected futurist speaker that researches, speaks, and writes about the future of work, how technology is affecting the workplace, how workers are adapting, the sharing economy, and how the world is evolving. He appears at conferences in Canada, USA, UK, and Europe.\u00a0Email him to book him for your radio, TV show, or conference.