Technologies are growing day by day & now it has advanced so much, it can do all you daily work & you can just sit back & relax.
So in today's post, we will share top 10 Emerging Technologies, that will surly change the world & way you looking at.
Better stick around for #1 to find out how Elon Musk may have plans to turn us all into human robots some day.
It really feels like we’re already living in the future every day. From 5G connectivity to self-driving cars being even more accessible, innovation is everywhere we look.
It can sometimes be hard to imagine a world with even more innovation—a future world. What would it look like? What everyday problems would be solved?
It's a pretty good bet some technologies like artificial intelligence will be in our lives, playing important roles in the future of humankind.
Other technologies may seem far fetched, unnecessary and frankly, unattainable.
So buckle up, and let’s take a look at these 10 futuristic technologies that are going to change the world as we know it.
So without much wasting, let's get started : -
The Little in our devices, that help us to set an alarm or make a list of remainders has already been a part of our lives for some time now.
These tiny men & women in our tech have became a dependable way of getting things done, but what if we told you, it's going to to get better, think about it.
In a few short years, the majority of american household's are expected at atleast one form of voice assistance like Amazon Alexa or Apple Homepod in their home.
With big popular tech companies glamorizing the technology, it's only going to permeate into our everyday lives even more.
Reports are suggesting that in the near future, voice assistants can grow smarter and smarter, eliminating the need for things like laptops and keyboards.
Instead you'll simply speak to a device, and let's say, an entire paper is written from your voice, talk about public speaking practice.
The cure for diseases such as cancer, is one that is talked about very often, now imagine a world where curing those diseases can be cured with a simple one-time treatment.
CRISPR-Cas9 aka clustered regularly, interspaced short palindromic repeats is a sort of gene splicing technology, that works to locate and remove or cut off mutated sections of our DNA.
This technology has the possibilities of permanently eliminating types of genetic diseases from bloodlines.
Allowing people with these defective, genes to bear their own children without fear of passing along their own genetic disease.
We've already experienced augmented reality in the form of gaming, this technology allows you to be transported to any setting you want.
Temporarily changing your visual reality, making your experiences all the more lifelike.
This technology is growing more and more popular with tech giants like apple pouring millions of dollars into augmented and mixed and reality hardware.
As far as the future, all rumors point to a world where visual and other sensual realities are made a part of your everyday life.
Anywhere from walls that turn into screens like those shown in the old disney movie smart house, whether that freaks you out or not, it's a very true possibility that, its way into our lives soon.
Even though it sounds like some outlandish possibility typically seen in vampire shows, regeneration is very much a true possibility that's making its way to western medicine at some point.
Doctors are already making custom body parts we know that, and the way they do this magical procedure is they scrape cells off a body part and grow them into more cells in a petri dish.
Eventually the body part grows tough enough to be implanted inside of patients, whether this sounds like a medical dream or like some sort of cyborg, hulk type human, it'll soon be a way of life at some point.
One doctor has even successfully managed, to grow a fresh human ear for on mouse back.
Fully Autonomous Vehicles
Driving is a way of life that'll, definitely will not be going anywhere, anytime soon. we all need to get from point A to point B.
Car brands like Tesla gm and Volvo have all popularized the idea of cars driving themselves, but as of now it's pretty limited to highways and every 10 second heads-up attention from a real-life driver.
That will all soon change, as general motors announced they plan on releasing a car that is no steering wheel or pedals soon.
This all brings us back to the idea of chauffeuring. We all need a taxi or Uber from time to time, but soon those will be driver-less and will feel more like you're on a train than a car, through the streets.
You've heard of cryptocurrencies, the digital form of money that has been increasingly popularized with the dramatic explosion of bitcoin, which is worth tens of thousands of dollars for just one coin.
But what you haven't heard, is that soon enough they can not only become a bigger part of our lives but, actually be the only form of payment available to us.
Maybe countries are hopping on the bandwagon of something called digital wallets, where their citizens live in a cashless society, whether we like it or not.
It's only a matter of time, where that is our only form of payment everywhere.
This one that is both exciting and terrifying, and a popular topic for many movies, where artificial intelligence grows even smarter than humans and eventually takes over the world.
But there are some useful hopes for artificial intelligence, anywhere from automated takeout servers, automatic bars and so much more.
It's probably better to assume that, artificial intelligence is headed in the direction of mundane things like that.
As opposed to robot doctors and lawyers that would be crazy and terrifying, then again saudi arabia has recently given citizenship to the social humanoid robot sophia.
She became the first ever robot, to get citizenship of any country in the world, so perhaps it's not that crazy after all.
The biggest tech giants are turning to automation to better serve their audiences and reduce production costs.
Whether it be automated warehouse workers to build cars or even credit card companies using software to detect fraud, there really is no shortage of possibilities for automation as anything can be automated.
The higher the degree of automation, the less intervention needs to be performed by humans, to control the process.
So what will work look like, when everything is automated well it's either the doomsday view where, humans are rendered obsolete or the realistic view.
Where robots do all the bits of work we don't want to leaving us to lounge around in luxury either way there's no questioning our working days will experience a radical change.
Alive Building Materials
Can you believe that even the industrial infrastructure of cities and towns could soon face some innovation as well.
Scientists have developed a sort of living concrete that is capable of self-healing, it's not actually concrete but it functions the same exact way.
And plus it's a whole lot more environmentally friendly, not much is known about the logistics of it all.
But it's clear that building structures may be able to fix their own cracks and suck up harmful toxins from the air and even glow on command, making for some pretty amazing building light shows.
Oh well !! it can take decades for scientific breakthroughs to make their way to a job site, but the fact of the matter is that a new generation of materials is coming and are making quite the buzzin construction.
Internet For Everyone
It's crazy for us to imagine living in developed countries that of the internet, that half of the world's population is disconnected.
Well that's all soon about to change, google is trying to remedy this problem, by using helium balloons to send internet signals to inaccessible areas.
That's even companies planning on launching a whole network of laptop-sized mini satellites, into low earth orbits to deliver internet to most remote places of the world.
We can expect the future of connection everywhere.
Micro-chip technology - (Bonus)
Microchip technology has already changed the world in more ways, than we can count by allowing us to pack a serious punch of computer power and put it in our hands.
But there's still a long way to go for this kind of tech, "Elon Musk" for one has recently unveiled a pig called "Gertrude" with a coin-sized computer chip in her brain.
It will help to demonstrate his ambitious plans to create a working brains and machine interface called "Neuralink".
He says it's kind of like a fitbit in your skull with tiny wires and has already applied to launch human trials.
According to Elon, the interface could allow people with neurological conditions to control phones or computers with their mind.
But the long-term ambition is to usher in an age of what Mr.Musk calls superhuman cognition, in part to combat artificial intelligence so powerful he says it could destroy the human race.