Future2050 is an exciting thought experiment that looks at what the world of 2050 will look like in the key industries of computers, space aerospace, medicine, transportation, entertainment, and other areas. The articles are in-depth and interesting and present our readers not only with a perspective as to the future but investment suggestions and strategies for utilizing that advanced information. Come join us on a fascinating adventure as we fast-forward!
Charles Albert Moster is a graduate of Georgetown University (1977) and holds a law degree from Temple University (1984) and Master’s Degree from San Diego State University (1979). Mr. Moster is a practicing attorney with over 34 years of experience and Founder/Senior Managing Partner of the Moster Law Firm which has offices in Austin, Dallas, Houston, Midland, Lubbock, Amarillo, and Abilene. He chairs the Firm’s Intellectual Property and Technology Law Sections.
In addition to his work within the Firm, he is the co-founder of SpeakSoft ™ a software development company charged with creating the World’s first computer system capable of passing the Turing test.
Charles is the also the Co-Founder of Future2050 LLC, (along with Stephen Miller) a Texas Limited Liability Company which acts as a generator and repository for unique intellectual property. The idea was spawned by the e-magazine, www.future2050.net which publishes monthly articles on the future of technology anticipated for the year 2050 in key sectors of the World’s economy. Future2050, LLC is involved in the actual development of this new technology by acquiring IP and seeking out relationship with inventors, scientists, and technologists.
In addition to his legal pursuits, Mr. Moster has published 7 non-fiction books and two children’s stories. His books cover a wide range of science and technology issues including computer science, physics, and astronomy/spaceflight. He is an award-winning songwriter, playwright, and lyricist. His musicals have appeared Off-Broadway and venues across the country including National Public Radio.