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 I read through dozens of blogs and news websites to find those things that we should be aware of.Top-5 Futures for November 27th: The Cyberspace Revolution\u00a0features Jennifer Granick, Wall Street Journal’s Demographic 2050 Destiny, Volvo using Hololens, Tech Tats, and reprogramming the human brain.The Lifecycle of a Revolution,\u00a0Jennifer GranickIn the early days of the public internet, we believed that we were helping build something totally new, a world that would leave behind the shackles of age, of race, of gender, of class, even of law. Twenty years on, “cyberspace” looks a lot less revolutionary than it once did. Hackers have become information security professionals. Racism and sexism have proven resilient enough to thrive in the digital world. Big companies are getting even bigger, and the decisions corporations not just governments make about security, privacy, and free speech affect hundreds of thousands, or millions, of people. \u00a0Centralization, Regulation, and Globalization are the key words, and over the next twenty years, we’ll see these forces change digital networks and information security as we know it today. So where does that leave security, openness, innovation, and freedom?Via BlackhatWall Street Journal’s Demographic 2050 DestinyVia WSJMicrosoft, Volvo team up to sell cars using HololensImage via MicrosoftPeople who want to buy a new Volvo in the future may search for the car of their dreams by looking at holographic renderings rather than walking around a physical showroom filled with vehicles.The Swedish car maker announced a new partnership with Microsoft this week to use the tech giant’s HoloLens augmented reality headset in order to provide a virtual showroom experience to customers. Scott Erickson, a senior director in charge of marketing on the HoloLens team, said in a blog post announcing the deal that it could allow users to examine the interior of a car, or look at its drivetrain in action.Via PCWorldTemp tech tattoos can monitor your health and locationChaotic Moon has developed a technology called “Tech Tats.” They are stick-on tattoos that contain electronic components, including a microcontroller and LED lights. Company CEO Ben Lamm called them “the new wearable”\u00a0and thinks that they can be a\u00a0more permanent version of Fitbit and other fitness trackers.Tech Tats\u00a0could\u00a0detect if you’re stressed, monitor your body temp, blood pressure and heart rate, and then transmit all those data through their electroconductive paint.Via EngadgetCan The Human Brain Be Reprogrammed?What if you could flip a switch to change someone\u2019s behavior? The key may lie in reprogramming neurons.Via DNewsSee the last 4 week\u2019s Top-5 Futures here:Top-5 Futures for November 20th: The Olympics for CyborgsTop-5 Futures for November 13th: 100% Renewable Energy by 2050Top-5 Futures for November 6th \u2013 Facebook\u2019s Unbelievable AITop-5 Futures for October 30th \u2013 Stop Eating Bacon***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.