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Let's start with one that could happen very soon, really and well, drones. "
Let's keep going with transportation, are we? Right now, one of the biggest ways to get around the countries in which we live are trains. Trains ferry people and all kinds of cargo in an efficient and reliable way, which is why they've been in use for hundreds of years. But ... if we're honest here, while trains are efficient and reliable in some ways ... they 're not exactly fast.
That's why companies make special kinds of trains that can go MUCH faster. No doubt you know about Japan 's magnetic trains, but others like the V. Hyperloop try to push things even further.
"Through a low-pressure tube, passengers or cargo are charged into the hyperloop vehicle and gradually accelerate via electric propulsion. Using magnetic levitation the vehicle floats above the track and glides for long distances at airline speeds due to ultra-low aerodynamic drag.
Science fiction? Hardly, in fact, the Hyperloop's first vehicle has already been tested and proven, and some larger tests are scheduled for the next few years. And if this works, it will be MUCH faster to travel across the country. How much faster? The hyperloop aims to send people shooting across the tubes they make at a rate of about 600 miles per hour.
Okay, we've had some fun ones, but let's go deeper down the rabbit hole and talk about those we 're all afraid of ... A.I. Yep, artificial intelligence, and regardless of how you look at it, people are seriously trying to make it happen, and soon it will happen. AI's are literally everywhere, including in your cars, and in your homes through devices such as Alexa (which are indeed AI forms), and there are things like Watson that are so smart it could beat two Jeopardy Legends.
Mars appears to be the place where many people feel we can go to live amongst the stars. And many speculate that we could not only be colonizing Mars by 2030 at the latest (obviously barring setbacks, accidents, and other things) but have regular shuttles going there so that people can see the red planet for themselves.
"We'll see people going to mars at first, and then robots will do some basic things like making basic materials [on Mars]," Pearson said. "We'll have to do that because there's only so much that can get into space."
Of course, many things need to be worked out before such a thing can happen, but we've got "Top Men" on that, including Elon Musk and the Space X program, Jeff Bezos through his Blue Origin company and more.
Okay, let 's dive into something REALY sci-fi ... prothetics now. Yeah , I know it's very limited to RIGHT NOW prosthetics, and sometimes ... a bit pointless. But if we have been able to make full use of computer technology and make prothetics fully compatible with the human brain and body, then the limit is the sky. We could be entering an age in which cyborgs are not only welcome, they are commonplace.
Think about it like this, what if you felt the same thing with the clothes you were wearing right now, looked the same but could do more? With nanotechnology growth, your clothes could potentially be imbued with various materials or technologies that will help you improve your strength , durability and more.
Virtual reality simulations come through as many expect them to, and could lead to all kinds of classroom innovations that could help children what's happening.
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