The World in 2050: Future Technology

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The World in 2050 Future Technology

From things in the air, to new things for our bodies, join me as we explore 2050: What Would Be The Future Technology?
We are in the year 2020, and if we're being honest with ourselves, technology is incredible advanced, and we're making strides that can push things even farther. We have cars that are much safer than they've been in the past decade, and we're even making fully electric cars that can help save the planet. There are even plans for self-driving cars and even self-driving Ubers that make the future of transportation very exciting. And that's just ONE technology that we're growing at a fast rate. What about all the others that are out there? What will technology be like as we get closer and closer to 2050?
Let's start with one that well and truly could happen very soon, drones. "
Let's keep going with transportation, shall we? Right now, one of the biggest ways to get around the countries we live in are trains. Trains ferry people and all sorts of cargo around in an efficient and reliable manner, which is why they've been in use for hundreds of years. But...if we're being honest here, while trains are efficient and reliable in certain ways...they aren't exactly fast. Especially when it comes to passenger and freight trains. They can take a LONG time to get to their destinations and at times it's more logical to take other modes of transportation.
Which is why companies are making special kinds of trains that can go MUCH faster. You know of the magnetic trains of Japan no doubt, but others like the V. Hyperloop are trying to push things even farther.
"Passengers or cargo are loaded into the hyperloop vehicle and accelerate gradually via electric propulsion through a low-pressure tube. The vehicle floats above the track using magnetic levitation and glides at airline speeds for long distances due to ultra-low aerodynamic drag."
Science-fiction? Hardly, in fact, the first vehicle of the Hyperloop has already been tested and proven, and some larger tests are being scheduled for the next few years. And if this works, traveling across the country will be MUCH faster. How much faster? The hyperloop aims to send people shooting across the tubes that they make at a rate of about 600 miles per hour.

Ok, we've had some fun ones, but now let's go deeper down the rabbit hole and talk about the ones we all fear...A.I. Yep, artificial intelligence, and no matter what way you look at it, people are seriously trying to make it happen, and make it happen soon. AI's are literally everywhere, including in your cars, and in your homes via devices like Alexa (which are indeed forms of AI), and there are things like Watson that is so smart that it could beat two Jeopardy Legends.

Mars seems to be the place where many feel we can go in order to live amongst the stars. And many speculate that by 2030 at the latest (barring setbacks, accidents, and other things obviously) we could not only be colonizing Mars, but having regular shuttles go there so that people can see the red planet for themselves.
"We will see first people going off to mars, and then robots will do some basic stuff like making basic materials [on Mars,]" Pearson said. "We're going to have to do that because only so much can be brought to space."
Of course, there are numerous things that need to be worked out before such a thing could happen, but we have "Top Men" on this, including Elon Musk and the Space X program, Jeff Bezos via his Blue Origin company and more.
Alright, now let's dive into something REALLY sci-fi...prosthetics. Yeah, I know that RIGHT NOW prosthetics are very limited, and at times...a bit pointless. But IF we were able to fully utilize computer technology to its fullest and make prosthetics that are fully compatible with the human brain and body, then the sky is the limit. We could enter an age where cyborgs are not just welcome, they're commonplace.

Think about it like this, what if the clothes you were wearing right now felt the same, looked the same, but could do more? With the growth of nanotechnology, your clothes could potentially be imbued with various materials or technologies that help you improve your strength, durability, and more.
virtual reality simulations come through as many expect them to, it could lead to all sorts of innovations in the classrooms that could help kids what's going on.

The World in 2050 Future Technology

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Can you guess which of these things we'll actually have in 2050? What thing do you personally want to have now and not later?
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Author — Insane Curiosity


Imagining the conversation with my grandkids, "back in my day we used to have cell phones." They're looking at me like I'm talking about VHS.

Author — E


People in 90s : "2020 we'll see flying car"
2020s ppl: *play tikttok

Author — Bima Al Fatih


"An audiobook, but you can see the characters come to life"
We already have that, it is called a movie. ;-)

Author — Simon Als Nielsen


People watching this video from 2050 laughing

Author — Tommaso Cavadin


1978: We will have flying cars in 2020
2020: We will have all these things by 2050 shown in video

Author — Ramkumar


By 2050 I'll likely only want a cup of tea and access to a toilet immediately afterwards...

Author — Chris Redfearn


Earth’s technological advances will truly grow faster and faster from this point in time.

Author — Just Some Guy without a Mustache


The thing that I’d really badly wish is to see more nature in architecture. And looking at Singapore it seems like we’re kinda going that way.
Building and architecture is -finally- evoluting and I believe many improvements will be done. Solar panels in the windows, better isolation, lots and lots of green incorporated in the buildings and so.

Author — Jordan Oliver


Modern technology, eliminating the importance of humans.

Author — Eouz Cuemarz


I'm more curious to see where we are by 2050 when it comes to medical science. Will AIDS and cancer be cured by then and how will organ transplants be done. I mean organ transplants being used with by your own dna to create new organs and stop the need for transplants to others and stop the need for rejection drugs all together.

Example: Let's say you need a new kidney, your dna would be used along with stem cells could create a brand new organ to be used or something like that. I think by 2050 this could be a common thing. What do you think?

Author — Charles E Bright


Times like this makes you realize that while the future can be exciting (travel, education, space, etc.), it’s important to enjoy what we have now as they’ll no longer exist one day (like the Smartphone).

Author — NO-1-U-NO


1989: we would have flying cars in 2020.
2020: learning how to wash hands.

Author — Corona Bhakt


Hi, Year 2500 Im from Year 2020, How's the earth right now?

Author — GD Npiced


Random fact : The first computer was invented in the 1940’s

Author — VME 582


1:05 "or like the drones that are used by the military for airstrikes and surveillance, all very fun." I have many questions?

Author — xsvo


*"Everything is achievable thru technology."*

-Howard Stark founder of S.H.I.E.L.D

Author — Capt. Rob Atkinson


Back in 1980's, we were told by 2020 we will have flying cars.
Here we are in 2020 yet we don't have flying airplanes.

Author — Миро М


Calling "military strikes & surveillance", quote: "all very fun" is deplorable.

Author — 10 O'Swords


Sadly, we cant see trees in the future

Author — Sulis Marcelino