We have come a long way since the first cell phone was created. As technology changes the way we live our day-to-day lives, it is interesting and fun to imagine what the future will bring. We may like to imagine one day living on Mars with technology that lets us teleport and live life like The Jetsons.
1. Experimentation with teleporting.
Recent research related to the Higgs Boson particle, will help forward actual experimentation with teleporting. The idea is that turning off the Higgs Boson particle could let you travel at the speed of light and essentially teleport. It will only be at the beginning of testing, but there is a good chance there will be significant investing in testing teleportation.
2. Everything will be digitally connected.
Wireless communications will dominate our everyday lives. Cars, homes, and appliances will be connected by smart technology, and this will be the case around the world in every location. New technology will be able to store energy and serve as electrodes to deliver this hyper-connectivity.
Electric transportation will be huge! Tesla is already making a splash, but in a few years, electric vehicles will take over traditional vehicles. Their battery will be able to last longer, so you will be able to travel longer distances more easily. And airplanes will adopt the technology too, which will totally change the way we travel.
3. There will be healthier, better drugs to fight cancer.
The toxic chemicals currently used to treat cancer can have harmful and debilitating side effects on patients, but soon cancer-fighting drugs will be more precise and exact, leading to reduced side effects. More targeted drugs can bind to specific proteins and antibodies to cause a very specific action, and paired with advanced knowledge of gene mutations, this will lead to better treatments for cancer.
Read our other blog about Technology Fighting Cancer which utilizes the Xilinx Spartan-6 FPGA.
4. We will create DNA maps at birth to manage disease risk.
DNA mapping will be the norm thanks to advancements in single-cell analysis, nanotechnology, and Big Data technology. This could theoretically replace blood tests as a more accurate way of detecting diseases.
5. Dementia will decline.
Thanks to a better understanding of the human genome and genetic mutations, doctors and scientists will be better able to detect and prevent diseases like dementia and Alzheimer's disease. By identifying problematic DNA, scientists will be able to produce actual technology to fight the biological decline of one's mental capacity.
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