In the past 50 years, the face of the planet has entirely changed. What would happen in the next 50 years if development continues with this pace and potential?
Humanity is trying at its best to find a better and a new home as soon as possible. Because according to Stephen Hawking humanity has left very little time on this very planet. The resources of the planet are to be run out someday. The core of this planet is to be exhausted someday. Exploration was started due to the fact of knowing the unknown. But with each passing day, exploration has become an accepted reality and necessity.
In the past 50 years, humanity has stepped foot on the Moon. What happens humanity is given another 50 years to explore? Perhaps humanity can find a way out of this planetary riddle. It all started with common Safety Glasses for good visuals. Today, it has come to the deep space telescopes seeing through hundreds of light-years in the space. What can happen in the next 50 years of this exploration necessity?
The very important parameter today in every sphere is communication. The Commerce industry is booming due to effective communication between the product and product users. Military intelligence agencies are working day and night to protect the sovereignty of their motherlands. Communication is the key between agents and headquarter. Telecommunication giants are installing expensive and heavier tools around the globe for letting the masses connect with each other. Every nation is trying to launch the satellite into space.
Why are they launching these satellites? They are another level of communication and transmission. In the past 50 years, humanity has lessened the differences and gaps. A single global town concept has been established due to this communication. Businesses across the globe are connecting with foreign businesses in the world. Companies are connecting with other companies. Human resources a country is connecting with employers of other countries.
This rests due to the credibility of communication. What rests in the future? What can humanity expect in the spheres of communication in the upcoming 50 years of development and progress? That’s unimaginable at the moment.
3. Future Inventions.
No one in the 1950s thought that they would be taking virtually present somewhere else. If was more like magic in those days. But today it is virtual reality. No one thought of the Artificial Reality at that time but it is present today.
Things were discovered during this timeframe. Things were developed during this timeframe. Things were enriched during this timeframe. These 70 years have achieved very unimaginable things. What about the other 7o years? Things that humanity cannot witness today can be present in the future. A lot of discoveries are to be made in the future. A lot of developments are to be made in the future. A lot of inventions are to be made in the future.
Can you imagine the lifestyle of humanity after 70 years? Today, people are virtually present at two different places at a time. Perhaps they would be travelling virtually in the future without Aero Planes and Vehicles. People use Pentax Progressive Lenses for eyewear today. Who knows what would they be using in the future? They wouldn’t be using Smart Phones. Rather they would be using a highly advanced format of smartphones. Every sphere has a potential that would be unlocked in the future.
4. Living amongst Robots.
Humanity hasn’t yet been able to live amongst the soldier and officer. That’s the reason there is particularization between civilians and soldiers. Is humanity ready to live amongst the robots that would be way too advance the strong than human beings? The reality is that humanity is surrounded heavily by machines.
Not just surrounded but heavily dependent upon the machines too. Machines are dependent upon the human touch and instruction provided by human beings. Would robots that wouldn’t take instructions from human beings be fit for human society? Would humans feel comfortable to live amongst the generation of robots? If it goes for efficiency, things are right in the direction. If it goes for human-robot comparison, humans aren’t going to win the war.