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Until 2025, what will happen to us?

he pace of technological advancement is quickening. It’s unparalleled and unpredictable. Artificial intelligence and machine learning, robotics, nanotechnology, 3D printing, genetics and biotechnology, and other previously disjointed areas are all building on and amplifying one another. It’s difficult to keep up with so many new developments on so many fronts. Every new release is dubbed “the next big thing.

So, how do you think the world will be in 2025? It’ll only be a little more than 4 years from now, but from all accounts, it’ll be a very exciting 4 years.

Solar panels would outperform fossil fuels in terms of energy generation, being the world’s largest source of energy. Digital and augmented reality would become commonplace. The traffic congestion problem will either be solved completely or very similar to it. Before genetic modifications of humans become available, the human genome will almost certainly be broken, and only ethical concerns will remain…

– Solar panels would be able to receive much more sunshine, even in overcast conditions.

– Before booking a room in a hotel, you’ll be able to take a virtual tour of it. Consider inspecting 3D models of all products in a store before adding them to your cart.

– The current traffic issue will either be solved completely or very similar to it. The human factor will be greatly reduced as demand for driverless cars and even flying cars grows.

– By 2025, gasoline would be a distant memory. Gas-powered vehicles will be pushed out of the market as electric and hydrogen-powered vehicles become more popular.

– The Internet of Things, also known as IoT, would be ubiquitous. Smart houses, smart offices, and entire smart buildings will all be linked to one another, with only closed internal networks separating them.

– Several major corporations, including Google, Facebook, and SpaceX, are now collaborating on a project to deliver the Internet to every person on the planet at speeds exceeding 1 megabit per second.

– No more littering the earth and oceans; we’ll be taking a giant step toward a greener world.

– Of course, in 4 years, we won’t be able to go back in time or teleport around the planet. However, the idea would become more real in any case.