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Many years ago, a person could expect to live less than 35
years, but 90% of the global population lived in utmost poverty,
and less that 19% of the population was literate. But due to the
Many years ago, a person could expect to live less than 35 years, but 90% of the global population lived in utmost poverty, and less that 19% of the population was literate. But due to the advancement in technology, beginning in the industrial age the average human life expectancy is over 70 years, less that 10% of the global population lives in extreme poverty, and over 80% of people are literate.
There are many exciting new technologies that will continue to transform the world and improve human welfare. Here are 5 of them.
1. Self-driving cars
Self-driving cars exist today that are safer than human-driven cars in most driving conditions. Over the next 35 years theyll get even safer, and will begin to go mainstream. Cars will communicate with one another to avoid accidents and traffic jams, and riders will be able to spend commuting time on other activities like work, education, and socializing.
2. Clean Energy
Attempts to fight climate change by reducing the demand for energy havent worked. Fortunately, scientists, engineers, and entrepreneurs have been working hard on the supply side to make clean energy convenient and cost-effective. In India there is an initiative to convert airports to self-sustaining clean energy. This is one of the hopeful signs that clean energy could soon be a turning point.
3. Drones and Flying Cars
GPS began as a military technology but is now used to book taxis, get map directions, and hunt Pokemon. Even drones started out as a military technology, but are highly being used for a wide range of consumer and commercial applications. Amazon and Google are building drones to deliver household items.
4. Artificial Intelligence
Artificial intelligence has made rapid advances in the last decade, due to new algorithms and massive increases in data collection and computing power. The promise of AI is to liberate people from repetitive mental tasks the same way the industrial revolution liberated people from repetitive physical tasks.
5. Better Food through Science
Earth is running out of farmable land and freshwater. This is partly because our food production systems are incredibly inefficient. Fortunately, a variety of new technologies are being developed to improve our food system. Compared to traditional farms, automated indoor farms use roughly 10 times less water and land. Crops are harvested many more times per year, there is no dependency on weather, and no need to use pesticides.