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By 2030, the world will see the emergence of human-like AI, 8K virtual reality headsets, and brain-interface devices becoming mainstream. Other technologies to expect include quantum computers, 3D-printed human organs, and the successful crewed mission to Mars by SpaceX.
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By 2030, the world will see advancements in human-like AI, 8K virtual reality headsets, brain-interface devices, and quantum computers with 1 million qubits.
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Exponential improvements in computer processing power, voice recognition, image recognition, deep learning, and software algorithms will lead to human-like AI.
8K virtual reality headsets with zero visible pixilation and near-zero latency will become mainstream.
Brain-interface devices with non-invasive sensors will enable actions to be directed by thinking about them.
Quantum computers with 1 million qubits will emerge, revolutionizing fields like weather forecasting and cyber-security.
By 2030, 3D printing will be used to construct human organs and artificial brain implants will restore lost memories.
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3D printing will be used to construct living, biological systems by dispensing layers of cells with microscopic precision.
Artificial brain implants will replicate small areas of the brain to repair damage and restore lost memories.
SpaceX's first crewed Mars mission will be successful, reaching Mars by 2025 and utilizing robots for activities on the planet.
The first version of the quantum internet could emerge, using quantum signals to send unhackable data.
In the future, genomic data will reach an exabyte scale, which can be used to identify disorders linked to specific genes, potentially leading to the creation of super-intelligent humans.
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The exponential growth of data and information technology could allow for accurate models of the human brain and its neurons by 2025.
Terabyte internet speeds could be commonplace by 2030, enabling real-time virtual reality experiences and connecting trillions of objects through the Internet of Things.
Integrated smart grids will become widespread in developed nations, providing advantages such as efficient energy transmission.
Foldable electronics, 3D printed clothes, 100 terabyte hard drives, and hypersonic missiles are predicted to become commonplace by 2030.
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Foldable electronics will be thin and easily foldable, including flexible TV displays, smartphones, and e-books.
3D printing will produce clothes at near-zero cost, with millions of open-source designs available for download.
Consumer PC users will have access to 100 terabyte hard drives by 2030, enabling storage of high-resolution videos and advanced technologies.
Hypersonic missiles, capable of reaching speeds 7 times faster than normal missiles, will be commonly used in major militaries.
By 2030, several extinct species could be restored through cloning, selective breeding, and genetic engineering.
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Cloning involves extracting from preserved tissue to create an exact modern copy.
Selective breeding gives closely-related modern species characteristics of the extinct relative.
Genetic engineering edits the DNA of a modern species to closely match the extinct species.
00:00In 2030, the world will look dramatically different due to multiple technological advancements.
00:05For example:
00:061. Human-Like AI Will Likely Become A Reality By 2030, there will be exponential improvements
00:11of computer processing power, voice recognition, image recognition, deep learning and other
00:17software algorithms. Likewise, natural language processing technologies like GPT-3 are constantly
00:23being updated and surpassed.
00:24It will likely reach the point where artificial intelligence can pass the Turing Test. This
00:29a test where a human engages in a conversation with a machine and probes it with numerous
00:34questions. And if that machine can convince that person that it’s a human, it passes
00:38the test.
00:39This could quickly lead to AI-generated virtual assistants that have the capability to carry
00:44nuanced conversations with you. And later, this technology could carry over to characters
00:48in virtual worlds and video games.
00:512. 8K Virtual Reality Headsets Will Become Mainstream
00:55By 2030, most VR screens will have 8k resolution, which has 4 times the number of pixels on
01:014k screens. When you view character models and objects up close with these devices, there
01:05will be zero visible pixilation resulting in breathtaking detail and realism.
01:11Because of other equipment upgrades, VR games will have near zero latency and a wide field
01:16of view.
01:17Additionally, some haptic suits will become electrode meshes to maximize comfort and convenience.
01:22Apple is rumored to released its own 8k virtual reality headset in the mid-2020s.
01:233. Brain-Interface Devices Will Become Mainstream By 2030, most VR headsets could include the
01:29option for a brain-computer interface to record users' electrical signals, enabling actions
01:34to be directed by merely thinking about them. Headbands and wrist bands with non-invasive
01:38sensors could become the preferred choices for mainstream brain-computer interface use.
01:43However, the immersive effects provided by brain-computer interfaces could be limited
01:47at this stage and only usable in specific situations. Nonetheless, they will provide
01:52increasingly more lifelike ways of interacting with virtual characters, objects, and environments
01:57in the metaverse.
01:594. The First Quantum Computers With 1 Million Qubits Will Emerge
02:03By 2030, IBM and Google could each build quantum computers with 1 million qubits. This advancement
02:10will revolutionize how we solve optimization problems, train and run machine learning algorithms,
02:15and better understand the physical processes of nature down to the sub-atomic level.
02:20It will revolutionize areas such as artificial intelligence, financial modeling, drug development,
02:25weather forecasting, and cyber-security.
02:28And by as soon as 2035, fully-functional quantum computers could become available to the public
02:33both in the cloud and as physical units.
02:365. 3D-Printed Human Organs Will Begin Being Used
02:39By 2030, 3d printing will be used to construct living, biological systems. Layer after layer
02:45of cells, could be dispensed from printer heads and placed exactly where they’re needed
02:49with microscopic precision.
02:51Initially, they’ll construct simple components like blood vessels and tissues. Next, they
02:56will begin to print relatively simple organs. In the coming decades, they could eventually
03:00print the majority of the 78 organs in the human body.
03:046. Artificial Brain Implants Will Restore Lost Memories
03:08By 2030, it could become possible to replicate small areas of the brain with artificial brain
03:13implants in order to repair damage from Alzheimer's, strokes, or injuries. This also includes the
03:19restoration of lost memories. That’s because these devices can mimic the electrochemical
03:24signals from regions like the hippocampus, which is involved in the consolidation of
03:28information from short-term to long-term memory.
03:31The device would work by effectively replacing damaged parts of the brain, predicting what
03:35those parts of the brain should do from moment to moment, and then allowing the transmission
03:40of brain signals between areas where there was once a gap.
03:44Through the 2030s and 2040s, artificial brain implants will become increasingly more effective
03:48at replicating complex functions in the brain.
03:517. SpaceX's 1st Crewed Mars Mission Will Be Successful
03:55By as early as 2024, SpaceX astronauts will launch into space and reach Mars by 2025.
04:01They will use the SpaceX Starship on the Super Heavy rocket to reach the planet.
04:05Additionally, they’ll bring robots with them to perform activities like making basic
04:10materials and parts on Mars.
04:12Additionally, after landing on Mars, the spacecraft would be loaded with Methane-based rocket
04:16fuel that they would create on Mars to return to Earth.
04:198. The First Version Of The Quantum Internet Could Emerge
04:23A quantum internet would be one that uses quantum signals instead of radio waves to
04:27send information.
04:28This type of internet would be primarily used to send data that can’t be hacked or intercepted
04:33using conventional methods.
04:34In 2030, it may be possible to use a personal computer to transmit or access quantum-encrypted
04:40information through a cloud-based quantum computer.
04:43The U.S. Department of Energy has already unveiled its blueprint for a national quantum
04:47internet, and we may see a prototype for it by 2030.
04:519. A Billion Human Genomes Will Be Sequenced By as early as 2025, DNA testing will be so
04:59cheap, fast and routinely accessible that over a billion human genomes will be sequenced
05:02around the world. That’s about one-eighth of the world's population. The quantity of
05:06genomic data will reach the exabyte scale, larger than the video file content of the
05:11entire YouTube website. This massive amount of data will make it easier than ever before
05:16to use artificial intelligence to identify multiple disorders linked to specific genes
05:21including cognitive disorders. Since 75% of a person's IQ is attributed to genetic differences,
05:27the identification and exploitation of these genes could play a huge role in creating super-intelligent
05:32humans in the coming decades.
05:3410. Human Brain Simulations Could Become Possible By as early as 2025, the exponential growth
05:40of data and information technology could make it possible to form accurate models of every
05:45part of the human brain and its 100 billion neurons.
05:48Although, it could be possible to scan and map a complete human brain down to the neuron
05:52level, analyzing the enormous volumes of data it contains and using that to fully understand
05:57its workings will take much longer. Nonetheless, this major milestone will lead to innovative
06:02approaches to resolve most types of brain-related ailments. It could even help us in areas such
06:07as non-biological brain augmentation, using brain-computer interfaces to control virtual
06:12objects and the transferring of memories from humans to machines and machines to humans.
06:1711. Terabyte Internet Speeds Could Be Commonplace By 2030, 6G could replace 5G. Some experts
06:24estimate that it could be 100 times faster than 5G, which equates to 1 TB per second.
06:29At that speed, you could download 142 hours of Netflix movies in one second.
06:346G would also make it possible for cyberspace to support human thought and action in real
06:38time through virtual reality and brain-computer interface devices mounted on the human body.
06:43This would result in virtual reality experiences that feel and look just like real life.
06:47Additionally, the Internet of Things will have the potential to grow by further orders
06:50of magnitude. It wouldn’t just connect billions of objects. It would connect trillions of
06:55objects.
06:5612. "Smart Grid" Technology Will Become Widespread In The Developed World
06:59By 2030, integrated smart grids will become widespread in developed nations.
07:01Smart grids will provide the following advantages: • Smart grids allow energy to be transmitted
07:05in both directions through power lines. This means that homes and businesses can add surplus
07:09electricity into the system so that no energy goes to waste.
07:13• Smart grids will be adaptable to the sporadic power output produced by solar and wind energy
07:18sources, which would make large-scale renewables more feasible.
07:21• With a smart grid, if a broken transmission line causes a blackout, sensors instantly
07:25locate the damaged area while electricity is rerouted to the affected area. This will
07:30lead to fewer, noticeable blackouts, in the future.
07:32In the coming decades, smart grids will expand to even larger scales. Entire regions and
07:37countries will begin merging their grids together.
07:3913. Foldable Electronics Could Become Commonplace By the mid-2020s, printed electronics could
07:45explode into the mainstream creating a new generation of ultra-thin electronics.
07:49By 2030, they will have such low fabrication costs that they’ll be commonplace in countless
07:55everyday business and consumer applications. Many previously bulky or heavy devices could
07:59be folded, stored or carried as easily as sheets of paper. This includes flexible TV
08:04displays that could be rolled or hung like posters. Foldable smartphones and foldable
08:09e-books could also become widespread.
08:1114. Open-Source, 3D Printed Clothes Will Be At Near-Zero Cost
08:153D printing will become a mainstream consumer technology and produce items of clothing for
08:20just a few cents. By as early as 2024, 3d printing will be over 30 times faster than
08:25it was in 2014. Millions of open-source designs will be available to download. Sweatshops
08:31in developing countries could decline as a result, with low-paid factory jobs being made
08:35obsolete.
08:3615. 100 Terabyte Hard Drives Will Become Mainstream By 2026, 50 terabyte consumer-level hard drives
08:43will be on sale. And by 2030, consumer PC users will have access to 100 terabyte hard
08:49drives. This will become possible due to an innovative technique known as heat assisted
08:53magnetic recording (HAMR), which will allow data to be written to much smaller spaces.
08:58Additionally, hard drives will begin using multiple actuators at a time, which will multiply
09:02reading and writing speeds of storage data.
09:05These hard drives will help us store 8k and 16k resolution videos.
09:08Additionally, they’ll help us run apps and store files that involve technologies like
09:13virtual reality, augmented reality, advanced video editing, artificial intelligence, and
09:19more.
09:2016. Hypersonic Missiles Will Be Commonly Used In Most Major Militaries
09:24When launched, cruise missiles typically reach 500-600 mph. However, hypersonic missiles
09:30are capable of exceeding Mach 5, which is 7 times faster than normal missiles and 5
09:35times the speed of sound. And, since they’re so fast, they’re difficult
09:38if not impossible to deflect with conventional defensive systems.
09:41In fact, in 2021, China successfully tested a nuclear-capable hypersonic missile so this
09:43technology is already well underway.
09:4417. Carbon Sequestration Will Be Commonly Used In Many Nations
09:47Following years of research and development, various new approaches will be utilized for
09:51trapping and removing carbon dioxide from the air.
09:54One method of carbon sequestration is the deployment of "artificial trees.” These
09:59artificial trees can capture carbon dioxide through a filtering system thousands of times
10:03more efficiently than real trees. They come in various shapes and can be placed throughout
10:07large cities, on the side of freeways, and other polluted areas where they can have the
10:12most positive impact.
10:13After the carbon dioxide is pulled from the air, it’s solid form could be used for various
10:18purposes such as the manufacturing of products. But, great care must be taken to ensure that
10:23the carbon dioxide isn’t re-released into the atmosphere after it is re-used.
10:2818. Small Modular Nuclear Reactors Could Gain Widespread Adoption
10:32Small modular reactors (SMRs) are a new class of smaller, cheaper, safer and more adaptable
10:36nuclear power plants. Since they can be built at a much lower cost than traditional reactors,
10:41they’re especially attractive to developing nations, which lack the ability to spend tens
10:46of billions of dollars on infrastructure. They’re also attractive to remote communities
10:47without long distance transmission lines, and for areas with limited water or space.
10:48Small modular reactors would also allow increments of capacity to be gradually added as power
10:53needs increase over time.
10:54By 2035, the small modular nuclear industry could generate several tens of gigawatts in
10:55energy valued at nearly half a trillion dollars worldwide.
10:5619. Several Extinct Species Could Be Resurrected By 2030, several extinct species could be
11:02restored such as the woolly mammoth, the dodo bird, and the saber tooth tiger.
11:06There are three different approaches to restore extinct animals and plants:
11:10• Cloning involves extracting from preserved tissue to create an exact modern copy.
11:15• Selective breeding is where a closely-related modern species is given characteristics of
11:20the extinct relative. • Genetic engineering is where DNA of a
11:24modern species is edited until it closely matches the extinct species.
11:28Decades from now, the restoration of extinct species could become a vital part of restoring
11:33the Earth's biosphere. For various purposes, we could even see the restoration of Homo
11:38Sapiens and various dinosaur species in the coming decades.
11:4220. The Entire Ocean Floor Will Be Mapped As of today, less than 10% of the global ocean
11:48floor has been mapped in detail. Even the surfaces of the Moon, Mars and other planets
11:52are better understood.
11:54Organizations in France and Japan are working on a collaborative project called Seabed 2030,
11:59that will produce a definitive map of the world ocean floor by 2030.
12:03As part of the effort, fleets of automated vessels capable of trans-oceanic journeys
12:08would cover millions of square miles, carrying with them an assortment of sensors and other
12:12technologies. These ships would deploy tethered robots to inspect points of interest all the
12:17way down to the floor of the ocean, thousands of miles below the surface.
12:20By 2030, the project will be largely complete. The maps would reveal the physical structure
12:25of the ocean floor with unprecedented detail in addition to showing the location of shipwrecks,
12:30crashed planes, archaeological artefacts, and other areas of interest.
12:34Commercial applications include undersea mining and the inspection of pipelines. It will also
12:38allow the surveying of ocean floor conditions for telecommunications cables, offshore wind
12:39farms, and future transportation methods.
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1. What are the technological advancements expected by 2030?

By 2030, we can expect the emergence of human-like AI, 8K virtual reality headsets, and brain-interface devices becoming mainstream. Other technologies to expect include quantum computers, 3D-printed human organs, and the successful crewed mission to Mars by SpaceX.

2. How will human-like AI impact the future?

Human-like AI is expected to revolutionize various industries, including healthcare, finance, and transportation. It has the potential to automate complex tasks, improve decision-making processes, and enhance overall efficiency.

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8K virtual reality headsets have the potential to provide incredibly immersive experiences in gaming, entertainment, and virtual tourism. They can also be utilized for virtual training and education in various fields.

4. How will brain-interface devices impact daily life?

Brain-interface devices becoming mainstream can lead to significant advancements in prosthetics, communication, and accessibility technologies. These devices could enable direct brain control of computers and other devices, transforming the way we interact with technology.

5. What are the potential benefits of quantum computers?

Quantum computers have the potential to solve complex problems that are currently intractable for classical computers. They could revolutionize fields such as cryptography, drug discovery, and material science, paving the way for significant scientific and technological breakthroughs.

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