1. Maciamo

    Are driverless autonomous cars about to revolutionize transportation ?

    Google has been working on a self-driving car for a few years now, completing over 1 million km on US roads in five different states in the last two years. It has been reported that the Google car is safer than human drivers as the vehicle's camera sees everything in the slightest detail in a...
  2. Maciamo

    The new technologies that will revolutionze our future very soon

    I am working on a new article summarising the incredible amount of technological innovation that the world is experiencing at the moment. I am reviewing advances in AI, robotics, bioengineering, genetics and 3-D printing. We are heading toward the singularity, the moment in history when...
  3. Maciamo

    Technologies of the future

    After my thread Technologies that should have been invented by now, I would like to share my ideas about what technology will look like in a few years or a few decades' time. Holographic screen for smartphones Smartphones have evolved tremendously over the last few years. The trend has been...
  4. LeBrok

    Will all people of the world mix creating one race in the future?

    More and more people can travel freely around the world, also emigrating and immigrating on large scale. Old customs and arranged marriages coming to past, and freedom of personal choices is embraced. Racism and segregation is abolished and interracial mixing become socially acceptable. Maybe...
  5. LeBrok

    Robot, anyone?! New technological revolution is near.

    Half a century ago, when first computers were created, people got very excited and envisioned year 2000 full of robots and flying cars. This is year 2011 cars are not flying, but they are comfy and fast, and we can take a plane for longer trips. No big deal here, but I really miss my robot...
  6. edao

    Economy European Future?

    Below are 3 senarios for the future of Europe, which option would you preffer? Option 1 A decade of very low growth and high unemployment all ‘round. The danger is that in a decade’s time, Europeans will be so thoroughly disillusioned with the European project that it will fall apart...