The Future, from Adaptive Manufacturing to Utility FogAugust 8, 2012
Wanna see the future?
The researchers, scientists, strategists and futurists at envisioningtech.com have created a comprehensive infographic of future technological developments to the year 2040.
The timeline projects emerging technologies in the categories of AI (Artificial Intelligence), BioTech, energy, GeoEngineering, interfaces, the Internet, materials, robotics, sensors, space and UbiComp (ubiquitous computing).
Presented by Michell Zappa as a keynote at the Global Futures Forum in Washington, D.C., many of the technologies of today will be familiar (Cloud Computing, Inductive Chargers, Near Field Communications).
However, as the timeline advances, the terminology becomes less familiar and vastly more intriguing (ExoCortex, Travelling Wave Reactor, Adaptive Manufacturing and Utility Fog).
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