Technology can do many things and has the power to change the world. And it is happening. Today, the latest technologies are not only contributing to our daily lives but also making things so easier. The smart world technology we’re already used and accustomed to has paved the way for us to innovate further, and this list of current and future technologies certainly have the potential to change our daily lives even more.
Today, the population of the earth is continuously growing and living space also continuously shrinking. It’s reasonable to see a future where tech will need to be updated to allow for farmland in empty places. But the high-rise farm concept totally needs to forbidden in the middle of a city.
The colonisation of other planets
We’ve been ruined our Earth for a long time and the planet can only put up with mankind’s destructive nature for so long.
If we don’t want to destroy it, we’ll one day outgrow it. Plans are in the works to colonise different planets and Mars will no doubt be the primary port of call. With leaps forward in technology, this vision of the future is rapidly becoming science-fact.
Robots in space and in the workplace
NASA is sending robots of various shapes and sizes into space. As technology progresses, this makes sense. Robots don’t need oxygen to breathe or don’t need food to eat and they can be packed full of sensors to send data back to Earth.
The same applies to the workplace. Robots can take on more problems, dangerous and dull jobs to save mankind the trouble and risk. They can also theoretically operate more rapidly, efficiently and with fewer defaults too.
Electric vehicles and self-driving cars
Electric cars are recently new technology; they’ve been on our roads for some time now and they’re only getting better. Car batteries are lasting longer, the charging station infrastructure is growing and self-driving technology is being heavily invested in meaning it’s coming sooner than you probably think. Tesla already has a complex Autopilot mode that can take over some driving controls, but one-day car manufacturers hope to let us go completely hands-free.
You’ll no longer need to commute to work yourself. Take a nap, relax, let the car do all the work for you. What a time to be alive.
When there’s no space left on the roads, it’s not unreasonable to think we might take to the skies. There are already plenty of interesting flying car designs that show this future is a realistic possibility.