Everyone wants to know what is the future but some prediction over there that some THINGS WHICH BECOME COMMON IN FUTURE.
1.SELF DRIVING VEHICLES
Experiments have been conducted on self-driving cars since at least the 1920s; promising trials took place in the 1950s and work has proceeded since then.
The first self-sufficient and truly autonomous cars appeared in the 1980s, with Carnegie Mellon University’s Navlab and ALV projects in 1984 and Mercedes-Benz and Bundeswehr University Munich’s Eureka Prometheus Project in 1987.
Since then, numerous major companies and research organizations have developed working autonomous vehicles including Mercedes-Benz, General Motors, Continental Automotive Systems, Autoliv Inc., Bosch, Nissan, Toyota, Audi, Volvo, Vislab from the University of Parma, Oxford University and Google.
2. ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE WILL REPLACE ARTIST
The ROBOTIC artist is more favorable and low cost so they replace allover the artist. Also according to futurist Ray Kurzweil, computers will be able to paint, write, and compose far better than humans ever will.
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3.DEVELOP THE BRAIN OF ROBOT
Google has been working on developing robots with personalities and sets of different moods. Are they going to argue with their owners about different things as well?
Only not as personal assistants and vacuum cleaners. Ask any smart person and they’ll tell you, “Oh yeah, we’re making robots that are way too smart. We’re all doomed.” Sam Altman, president of Y Combinator, a Silicon Valley startup, believes that “we will be the first species ever to design our own descendants.”
4. JOB OPPORTUNITY OF PHYSICAL WORK COME TO THE END
ROBOT does not do mistakes because of this advantage the company starts buying the robots instant of hiring humans.
When miniaturization reaches its full potential, achieving superhuman eyesight will be as simple as placing a soft lens on your eye. Early prototypes feature wirelessly powered LEDs. But circuits and antennas can also be grafted onto the flexible polymer, enabling zooming, night vision, and visible data fields.