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TECHNOLOGY IN THE FUTURE

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Henry Brackley

on 22 January 2014

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TECHNOLOGY IN THE FUTURE
TECHNOLOGY OF THE FUTURE

Technology is changing fast. Soon we will have cars that drive themselves and drones that deliver parcels within 30 minutes.
TECHNOLOGY OF THE FUTURE
Voyager I is the farthest man-made object from Earth – more than 14 billion miles away. Both Voyager I and Voyager II have remained operational for nearly half a century, continuing to transmit data back to NASA. . By 2025, however, onboard power is finally starting to wane. Instruments begin shutting down, one by one, until eventually all contact is lost.

Each probe carries a gold-plated audio-visual disc, in the event that either spacecraft is ever found by intelligent alien life.
Technology is changing rapidly in less than 36 years we can print 3D organs, new driver less cars and Amazon Drones. Is this the new earth?

TECHNOLOGY OF THE FUTURE

In 2025, it may become possible to print 3D Human Organs

http://www.futuretimeline.net/
TECHNOLOGY OF THE FUTURE
<-Cars of the future
How does society rely on technology?
Now people are glued to their smart phones and updating their Facebook status for everything. In 10 years time it will be worse, 20 years even worse and in 50 years it will be internet reliant. It will be like a power cut when your phone freezes. Imagine in 1000 years, 10,000 years and 50,000 years of more research and trials.
Henry Brackley
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