The five astonishing technologies that will be here by 2100, according to experts
The year is 2100, and humans live in underground cities and rely on artificial intelligence guides to make decisions.
While the scenario sounds like the plot of a sci-fi movie, it could be our reality, experts told DailyMail.com.
“In 2100, our lives will not only be intertwined with technology; They are guided, shaped and guided by it
How will technology change the world of the future?
Here are five things that will happen by the middle of this century: good and bad.
“Digital humans” will live among us
Humans and mortals will walk the streets together as friends and equals
Humanoid robots and “digital friends” will live alongside humans, with robots undertaking tasks including surgery and simply keeping people company.
“Technology will evolve to fully support digital humans without the need for instruction, and teachers or supporters and companions (digital friends) will be part of everyday life,” said Rob Sims, co-founder and CEO of Sum Vivas.
AI-enabled digital humans and humanoid robots will be part of everyday life; They will take on various tasks, from mundane tasks – such as taking out the trash or doing laundry – to complex tasks, such as higher-level education or complex brain surgery.
“Society will need to evolve in line with technological advances to ensure that we do not become an isolated and self-confronted race.”
AI “mentors” will decide what everyone does, including their jobs
In 2100, experts predict that artificial intelligence will make decisions on our behalf and serve as our guide
In the future, AI “mentors” will accompany each person, making decisions for them, including what job to do, said Ed Johnson, CEO and co-founder of PushFar.
“The days of agonizing over choices big and small are over,” Johnson continued.
AI mentors in 2100 harness the power of quantum computing, processing infinite possibilities in the blink of an eye.
“Ask them a question, and they won’t just predict the outcome; they will do it.” They analyze potential paths, possibilities, and consequences, and provide guidance grounded in the vast world of data that defines our interconnected world.
You no longer have to think about what job you will take; Your AI mentor will do the work for you, leaving you with all the information you need to make the final decision.
“Fasten your seat belts, because the future is not just about technology; It is about the profound synergy between the human spirit and the silicon spirit.
Cities will move underground
Humans will move underground into “Earthscapes” created by robots
By 2100, space above ground will be at an all-time high, so much of the city’s infrastructure will move underground, with tunnels dug by robots.
Robotics company HyperTunnel, a leader in new tunnel-making technologies, said the robots will dig tunnels, with surveyors using augmented reality to map living spaces and new underground buildings.
“Millions of robots no more than a mile long will assemble in the same way nature has evolved over billions of years,” said Steve Jordan of HyperTunnel.
“Digital pheromones produced by a central digital twin that harnesses emerging artificial intelligence will enable this behavior.”
Now, we have the technology to change the planet through new utility, transportation, and energy infrastructure, creating the megacities of the future.
Plans for underground buildings are already being made, with Mexico City’s Earth Pyramid, a 65-storey inverted pyramid inspired by Aztec pyramids, being planned to help ease concerns about space in the city centre.
Designed by BNKR Arquitectura, these designs could become more common in a crowded, warming world.
Cameras will place watermarks on videos due to the prevalence of deepfakes
Deepfakes will become the norm by 2100, which will force regulations requiring cameras to print watermarks containing content.
Governments will force camera makers to include digital watermarks so people can “trust” videos, as fakes have become widespread and impossible to distinguish from the real thing.
“As deepfake technology accelerates, people will no longer be able to trust the authenticity of a digital record, whether it is an image, video or audio recording,” Tim Callan, chief experience officer at security firm Sectigo, told DailyMail.com.
Given our current reliance on digital records within our legal, security and digital systems, people will no longer be able to trust what they see without a solution.
That’s why, by 2100, all forms of recording devices will have a built-in encrypted timestamp, acting as a watermark at the time of capture. These encrypted watermarks will deeply separate original images from fake ones to restore digital trust in photos, videos and recordings.
Children will go to virtual schools and learn through avatars
Children will go to a physical classroom, but their teacher will be an avatar appearing in a virtual world
Nimesh Patel, CEO and founder of Capone Education, said the AI “guides” will take care of children’s education, conducting lessons in virtual reality where children travel through time.
“Imagine a world where the cornerstone of education is not the traditional school, but the avatar teacher – where Ms. Thompson is not just a name but a superhero character in a virtual world, skilled in artificial intelligence, passionate about virtual reality, and Star Guide continued.”
“This is education in 2100: immersive, expansive, and multisensory.” Here, students board virtual space elevators to study astrophysics, travel through time to live history lessons, and connect with AI mentors for personalized learning experiences.
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