forethinker

forethinker

(fɔːˈθɪŋkə)
n
someone who forethinks
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His intellectual side was emphasized by the apparent meaning of his name, Forethinker.
The gods who gave Prometheus his name, Forethinker, were foolish, Kratos pointed out, for Prometheus required a higher intelligence to do his thinking for him.
Since the 1960s, forethinkers of computing models have predicted that, at some point; computing may be organized as a public utility, next to electricity, gas, water, and phone service (Gary Anthes, "Security in the Cloud," Communications of the ACM, November 2010).