The Timeline Of Future Technology

Making predictions about future technology is both fun and notoriously difficult However, such predictions also serve a very practical purpose for investors and business leaders, since failing to adapt to changing industry paradigms can completely decimate a business venture, turning it into the next Blockbuster, Kodak, or Sears. Today’s infographic from Futurism rounds up some of the most interesting predictions about the future, from trusted sources such as Scientific American and The National Academy of Sciences.

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  1. Where’s the car I want that can transform into a pedestrian — and walk me out of traffic.

    Seriously the future is really exciting. Though I’m surprised 3D printers in every home is that far away.

    • Chris – My comment was going to be the same about the 3d printers. Maybe not in every home but I believe they will be ubiquitous far sooner than 2037. This was not on the list but … I am satisfied with self parking cars and cars that slow to prevent rear ending someone, but I am not going with the self driving cars. Exciting yes, but I have seen what happens in a system malfunction or all out system crash.

      Overall, I love technology. I’m trilled about the repairing robotics and the other medical advances. And WOW – Unhackable quantum internet and advanced AI. The holographic pets, while so much easier to take care of, is intriguing but a little too twilight zone for me.

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