Technology is advancing faster and faster every day, and has grown to be such a large part of our everyday lives that it is hard to imagine what it would be like if we had to live without it. Can you imagine what the next ten years are going to be like?
For years, there have been ideas and trials of cars that run on completely clean fuels that are widely available and completely harmless. But, designs for autonomous cars are completely stealing the show. Within the next few years, transportation methods will completely surpass anything that we could ever imagine.
2. Computer Capacity
Do you remember the first computer you ever had? What about cell phones, did you even have one 10 years ago? Data storage is becoming more and more unlimited, and pretty soon it will be beyond calculable.
Just think about how far we have come, we used to have large white computers, and now we have the mini tablet. How can something so small perform so well for so long? What do you think it is going to be like in the next ten years?
Skyscrapers were once a thing of the future, and look where we are today. Industrialization is everywhere, and pretty soon it will be unimaginable. But, now there are plans for a revolving tower in Dubai, a place now known for its amazing architecture. Whoever could even imagine this!? It may sound unsafe, but it actually comes from built-in wind turbines that create energy. What will they think of next?
4. Bio Technology
Biotechnology Is the exploitation of biological processes for industrial and other purposes; especially the genetic manipulation of microorganisms. Can you just imagine a day when you can suffer severe injury, and know that there is an option that could save your mobility?
Bionic hands are completely controlled by your brain, and there is no surgery needed. They typically cost around $50,000, but the price might be worth it to have a fully functioning new hand. What else is possible?
“Certainly most of the things that are going to be produced are going to be made by robots and automation, but [humans] can modify them, and we can change them, and we can be involved in the co-production of them to a degree that we couldn’t in the industrial age,” Kelly says.
“That’s sort of the promise of 3D printing and robotics and all these other high-tech material sciences is that it’s going to become as malleable.”
6. Birth Control
First there was the pill, then the nuva ring, then the arm implant, and now the chip. By the year 2018 a new form of birth control “not exactly welcomed” that is backed by Bill Gates. The chip can be implanted and can release hormones for up to 16 years. I guess the upside would be not having to go and get pills every month. Expect this by the year 2018.
Related BodyMindSoulSpirit Articles:
Use Facebook to Comment on this Post