How will we get around? Eating actual food would simply be for pleasure. As distinct from sick-nurses and hospital nurses, robots will spend all time with patient. Follow According to the , the number of people living in cities is expected to almost double over the next few decades, from 3. Online dating and location-based services such as Vine, Snapchat and Grindr have opened up possibilities that allow people to look beyond their immediate friends, friends of friends, and co-workers. Of course, greater awareness of what we need to do to stay healthy will be equally important, as will avoiding passing health fads such as juicing, weight loss supplements and weird detoxification rituals like eating clay. These devices may eventually be as unobtrusive as a pair of sunglasses. And what differences will be in technology in next hundred years? Productivity is no longer measured by sitting at a desk.
No human can read even a tiny fraction of the one-hundred million or so scientific papers available online. With parts of the world already hugely overpopulated, boffins suspect the ocean will be the next place to build and that entire cities could be suspended under the sea. Your toilet analyses all body matter issued, and all data is checked against your wearables to consider the recorded activities of the previous day, including food and drink intake. But what if a cure for cancer is hinted at within the millions of medical articles that are published each year? Most of the surgical operations will be carried by robots. Well, the future is hard to predict. Technologically, the 20-year jump from 2015 to 2035 will be huge.
For me this will be a tough obxticle to go through. Though predicting the future is not an exact science, there are particular people who are highly skilled at making. Top of the list was virtual work meetings - already possible through the internet - with 48% of people agreeing we will attend meetings via holograms in the future. And then, only 10,000 to develop agriculture, written language, society, and government. Using these numbers, companies will be able to build a model of your overall health that can predict future problems. I think the future is going to have many changes in store.
Humans will upgrade themselves continuously. More people will be outside the system which will get us more criminals. During that time some elements of our world will change beyond recognition while others will stay reassuringly or disappointingly familiar. I will be the governor of Canada. Doctors will be able to consult over the internet — the perfect solution for people living in remote towns across Australia. As we approach , only the foolhardy would try and predict the future of family groups.
With the smart phones that exist these days, internet can be accessed from about anywhere. These countries resign their citizens to the wrath of economic stagnation. Acquiescence is no longer an option, and if we choose to become contented with our current position, then we will, in the next century, witness the substantial weakening of this American nation, and what I fear even more, that we may not remain a sovereign people. For school there will be no more books, no more classes, it will all be done on the computer. Right now, this field is just getting started and the science of synthetic biology is going to be tougher than most will admit. Marriage, sex and parenthood would be separated, and we would see a convergence to sustained low fertility and a new set of family forms: non-marital fertility, lone parenthood, cohabiting couple families. In 50 years our economy will be even worse than it is today because technology will take over many jobs and there will be more americans unemployed than the grate depression.
This will allow for a completely hands-free texting, effectively creating a form of electronic telepathy. The urban environment of 2045 blends architecture with living materials that are mouldable, adaptable, responsive and disposable. Our future looks pretty bright because of all of the technology we have. Consider the 20 years to 2015. Your life-sized image is projected into the China Innovation Centre and your colleagues see you as if you were sitting in the room. You can hear it in the short podcast above, by clicking on the play arrow.
Imagine a movie theater whose temperature could adjust based on a crowdsourced assessment via mobile apps of how hot or cold its occupants were, or an office that learns to adjust its energy use around when people are working hardest. And for many driving will have become only a leisure pursuit, a kind of sport. I prefer to see it as something that we can mold and design today, something that is closer than we believe it to be. I know that it is commonplace to speak of the future in terms of technological advancements, flying cars, robots, and aliens, but I do not think of the future as such. I think schools will have uniforms for everyone, and become more educated. A futurist reveals why humans have evolved to a point where they can impact their own evolutionary process, and describes what life in the future could be like. Parker Chase proposed in 1932 that the 50 million people living in New York City 50 years on would ride vacuum-tube escalators and take air taxis to their 250-story office towers.
In 30 years, tall buildings made of glass and twisted steel will be seen as relics from a bygone era, in the same way we think now of 1970s concrete tower blocks: ugly, out-dated and unfit for contemporary purpose. They could visit and live in the creations of others. Wells, left, forecast tanks in 1903 short story The Land Ironclads. The future will be basically the same as the world now. By 2045 many kitchens will feature a 3D Printer that can turn out a fairly respectable printed pizza, biscuits, pretzels and so on. The researches have make us more global but less jobs as the internet and technology get more advanced. This led to the development of Science a few thousand years later.
We would have to start the world over from scratch. Right now our technology world has already expended so much! The first, that through the rapid evolution of our kind to the technological environment in which we have placed ourselves, and which itself evolves continuously at a phenomenal rate, we shall destroy ourselves in the attempt. And many of these obsticles will be difficult to get through. In my view the future applications of cloaking are highly uncertain and will likely be determined by the fads and social contagion of the time. We all will belong to the same nation as world peace was founded. In response to numerous clinical studies regarding something is terribly wrong, the league has taken action — and something is terribly wrong.
It is not hard to predict the long-term results of such actions. But there will also be a reluctant realisation that we all need to eat a better diet, one that is more plant-based and less reliant on processed foods. It is unpredictable and the outcome can either be a good or bad one. Who saw the future - and who didn't? This is just my prediction. Please use only your first name. Eventually, our descendants will be unrecognizable.