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The World in future technology 2050

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From things in the air to new things to our bodies, join me as we discover 2050: What will be the technology of the future? (Future Technology in World 2050) We are in the year 2020, and if we are being honest with ourselves, the technology is incredibly advanced, and we are making achievements that can take things even further. ۔ We have cars that are safer than in the last decade, and we are even building fully electric cars that can help save the planet. There are even plans for self-driving cars and even self-driving overseas that make the future of transportation very exciting. And it's just a technology that we're growing fast. What about everyone else out there? What will technology look like as 2050 approaches? Let's start with a drone that can happen very quickly and really. "Wait a minute, the drones are already here!" And yes, they are.

But drones are much smaller than the ones you are looking at, with the help of which people are trying to have fun, or they are the ones that are currently being used by the military for strikes and surveillance. Very pleasant, but in the future, drones can become an integral part of our daily lives. You may have seen shows and people how drones could become new delivery services in a few years. Anything from Amazon packages to pizza, and much more. And honestly ... it's possible. Drones can still be incredibly sophisticated, and some TV shows use it as a movie to sweep and aerial shots, which is great. But in order to deliver, it will have to be a little bit more programmed, because of course human error would be a big deal. It is not that it is impossible right now, it is the numbers, the supply, the cost and making sure that the supply itself is done in a systematic and careful manner. However, it's so bad when the delivery people don't care so much about our packages that they just throw them on the porch and potentially break the luggage, the last thing we need to be with the drone. But by 2050? Maybe we have drones not only delivering packages, but we're also looking at the sky and seeing drones flying around with incredible speed and accuracy, and that's all possible. Can be run via AI! There is a possibility, and until then, various upgrades to drones and their programming will no doubt make them all more efficient, sustainable and faster. And, presumably, they can move people beyond basic delivery and take emergency action. Imagine a drone carrying a critical piece of medical equipment to a hospital to make sure it doesn't get stuck in traffic. Or helping to keep an eye on an important caravan so people know on the ground if there is a problem? There are so many ways drones can affect our world, the only question is will we let them go by 2050? Let's go with the transport, will we go? Right now, trains are one of the biggest ways to get around the countries we live in. Trains carry people and all kinds of goods around efficiently and reliably, which is why they have been in use for hundreds of years. But ... if we're being honest here, while trains are efficient and reliable in some ways ... they're not fast at all. Especially when it comes to passenger and freight trains. It can take them a long time to reach their destination and sometimes it makes more sense to take other modes of transport. That's why companies are building special trains that can run very fast. You know there's no doubt about Japan's magnetic trains, but other people like the Virgin Hyperloop are trying to push things farther. "Passengers or cargo are loaded into a hyperloop vehicle and the speed is gradually increased in an electric path through a low pressure tube. Due to the extremely low aerodynamic drag, the vehicle floats on the track using magnetic levitation. And glides over long distances at airline speeds. " Science fiction?

 Hardly, in fact, the first Hyperloop car has already been tested and experienced, and some major tests are scheduled for the next few years. And if it works, the journey across the country will be faster. How fast The purpose of the hyperloop is to send people across the tubes they shoot at speeds of up to 600 miles per hour. This means that if they could do it all over the United States, from east to west (or vice versa), they could travel across the country in 5 hours to give or take. Considering that regular train rides or car rides will take longer, this is a huge improvement. And they're doing it not just with the people, but with the cargo. Imagine being able to send some ships to the east coast on the west coast in the morning and find out if it arrives before the end of the day. Will This is quite impressive. In addition, the tubes will be built underground so as not to disturb wildlife, and, they will go and build it in a way that does not emit carbon. So they are fast, they are reliable, they will not harm the planet ... It seems like there is victory all around. Sure, you'll be wondering what will happen to the 600mph train thing, but hey, we'll find out soon! And by 2050, it could be one of the leading modes of transportation worldwide! Like the video and subscribe to the channel before we can show the more technologies we have by 2050. That way you don't miss any of our weekly videos. Okay, we have some fun stuff, but now let's go deeper into the rabbit hole and talk about the ones we're all afraid of ... A. Yes, artificial intelligence, and so on. No matter how you look at it, people are seriously trying to make it happen, and soon it will. AI is literally everywhere, including in your cars, and in your homes through devices like Alexa (which is really the shape of AI), and things like Watson are such that it defeats these two dangerous legends. Can give So by 2050, AI could be so advanced that our cultures, our world could literally be run by them in a logistical and computing sense ... or ... in a terminator, "humans are obsolete." Believe it or not, we'll think closer to that. "Google doesn't have a deep mind yet, but I really am.

It is certain that they will probably discover these things along the way, and by 2020, their computer may be extremely supernatural and conscious, "Pearson said." That could be the beginning of the end, really. The day of the "decision" is inevitable "? Maybe, maybe not, it just depends on how far we go with AI and how far we can overcome it, or if it reaches some level of intelligence. Once we arrive, we can't completely control it. Of course, all our worries about AI are likely to be fixed. The power of AI leads to a bright future. Think about it, what if we each get our own AI by 2050. We can customize what they sound like, what they look like, And basically have a BFF that will help us in different ways in life. Study, become an entity that can eliminate ideas, etc. If this form of AI emerges, by 2050 we will have utopia. I can live where AI helps us get better.Even if they rebel and we have, the robot is running.But hey, we don't consider our possible punishment ... let's show another technology Which a lot of people are hoping for ... space travel !!!! Yes, when you think of the decade in which we are now, the distance to 2020 is to reach FAR Mars, the world's largest target, and possibly beyond. But it's not just about landing there, although it will and will be an important achievement for humanity in the decade and in recent times. More importantly, even after landing there, there is the potential to start the first human colony on another planet. We have been to the moon many times, but we did not try to stay there for various reasons. Mars seems to be a place where many people think we can go to live among the stars. And many speculate that by 2030 the latest (excluding shocks, accidents and obviously other things) we could not only become colonies on Mars, but also have regular shuttles there so that people can go to the Red Planet for themselves. To see "We'll see people go to Mars first, and then robots will do some basic things like make basic matter [on Mars]," Pearson said. "We have to do that because that's all there is to it." Sure, there are a lot of things that need to be done before something like this can happen, but we have the "top men".

Elon Musk and the SpaceX program, Jeff Bezos through his Blue Orion company, and more. Each of these, and NASA among others, is working not only to take us back into space, but also to get us there via a cheap, small and reusable spacecraft that has been in space for the past 20 years. Honestly a blow to the program. But, if we are able to do that, if we are able to reach Mars, get there quickly, and be able to use it colonially, who knows by 2050 where we will be? We may have several colonies on Mars, some on the moon, and maybe even on moons like Titan and Europa, which some people think is a better place to colonize than Mars. It's possible, but obviously Mars is where we're looking right now. With each step in space, humanity in the universe grows exponentially, and who knows how many of us will be out there by 2050. Well, now let's really immerse someone in sci-fi ... artificial science. Yeah Al that sounds pretty crap to me, Looks like BT aint for me either. But if we were to be able to make full use of computer technology and create artificial products that are fully compatible with the human mind and body, then the sky is the limit. We can enter an age where cyberspace is not welcome, they are normal. And yes, it seems we are too far away, but we are getting closer and closer. Biologist James Young, 25, has a personal artificial drone and an artificial arm with a built-in flashlight. And a French artist is using an artificial one that doubles like a tattoo gun. this is awesome! Imagine if a police officer lost an arm in the line of duty. Normally, that would mean the end of his career, but with an artificial one? It could literally be better than it used to be. The biggest problem with these fake limbs is that most of them are made of plastic, which means that the arm or leg still exists, and thus is still usable. The cybernetic implants bridge lies in the brain, enabling computer tech to coordinate with the brain and give accurate commands. We have not yet filled this gap. But when do we? Dang ... Life is going to be very interesting. And don't forget, these prosthetics can be used in many other ways besides helping people with lost limbs. They can be put on other things, or possibly worn as exoskeletons if needed. Think about it with Jacques Martel Combat. Some people may even ask for implants to be inserted into their arms or legs to give them extra boost, such as TJ Combo from Killer Instant. What? I like video games, and there are plenty of cybernetic people in them. The thing is, by 2050, if these things happen, many people will no longer feel 'broken' or 'weak' because they have lost limbs. They will be healthy again, and they will be able to work as they were before, if not better. And this is a future that we must try to survive. Now let's move on to something more ... unique. Look at yourself now, in particular, look at the clothes you are wearing right now. What are they made of? What do they feel? what do they look like? In all of these answers, I bet none of them, "He looks like he can give me superpowers." Because they can't. Not yet ... Think about it, what if the clothes you were wearing now look the same, look the same, but can do more than that? With the development of nanotechnology, your clothes can be fitted with potentially different materials or technologies that help you improve your strength, durability and further improvement. For example, what if your shirt was as light as its feathers, but could absorb the effects and not heal your wounds? This will be very inspiring and important, especially in this age of gun violence. Or, what if firefighter uniforms made them completely heat-resistant and burn-proof? Further ensuring that they are able to carry out their work without risking their lives. The clothes we can put in the clothes are there, and some people are still working on it in terms of various functions but also cosmetic appeal. Imagine if we had the capability to produce all kinds of clothes by 2050 and even select the "capabilities" in them? Imagine that you are wearing a special type of top that has a special pattern on it, and then when you press a button or a keyword the pattern opens and suddenly your wings fall on your clothes. Are Wouldn't it be cool? If done right, it could be a new wave of fashion and style in the future. See? The next hip is! I'm sure the last one left you spinning

Oh yes, history and geography classes will be a lot of fun, that's for sure. Or imagine an 'audio book', but instead of just audio, you can see the characters coming to life right in front of your eyes and you see them interacting with others. Heck, school dramas can predict the environment so things can look more realistic. and of course. , With the help of virtual tutors you may encounter problems that teachers cannot help. Education is definitely something that can benefit from modern technology, and by 2050, our school system could be so revolutionized that you have to work really hard to fail in class. Although I'm sure some of you will still try. Finally, let's talk about something I'm sure you'll be nervous about. In the future ... you won't need a phone. I know, you're surprised, but think about it, right now, smartphones are getting more and more advanced every year. New features, new programs, etc. But by 2050, your phone will probably not need to exist because you will have access to it through something else. What exactly It depends on the technology, but for example, let's think of the wrist gantlet. Instead of typing in a number, all you have to do is say, "Call mom." But Gantlet can do more than that, possibly with a holographic screen that you can use to find information on a very large keyboard. And depending on which science fiction you believe we will have in the future, it will have things that can scan things, detect threats, warn you of future difficulties, and Even an AI partner. So yes, your phones are important right now, but in the future? Not more than likely. Thanks for watching everyone! What do you think of this vision for the future and what might it do? Can you guess what we will really have in 2050? What do you personally want to do now and then? Let me know in the comments below, be sure to subscribe, and see you next time on the channel! Thanks for watching everyone! What do you think of the technologies that we may have by 2050? Which of these do you think needs a world of skin instead of the latter? And what do you want to spend in your personal life before 2050?

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