Ever wondered what the world would look like ten years from now? If you guessed a technology take over then you most certainly guessed right, with each passing day, we inch closer the world we saw in cartoons like Jetsons where flying cars and talking robots was the order of the day.
While these dreams are valid and can be a reality, predicting future tech is a daunting task which inadvertently births myths.
Here are tech myths that are most likely “impossible”
Flying cars are by far the pinnacle of every technology lover’s dream in 2017 we saw a Volkswagen hover car which turned out to be fake but tech enthusiast remained optimistic and in 2018 sales of the Terrafugia Transition flying car was said to have started at $279,000 In fact, the so-called flying car is simply a road able aircraft and has too many safety issues so, it’s safe to say that flying cars are a myth, at least for now.
Will robots take over the world?
A lot of tech enthusiast have said that the robot/AI takeover is highly impossible making it hypothetical that robots effectively take control of the planet from the human species.
However space baron Elon Musk is an ardent believer in the realm of robotics and optimists like him predict a new paradise where all the tedious problems of human relationships can be overcome by having a perfect life with easily replaceable robot partners like the sex doll, which will fulfill our basic needs as well as our deepest longings. And “work” will become an ancient concept.
The pessimists, however can relax as we believe that robots will be much more visible in the future, at least over the next two decades they will be clearly recognizable as machines. Once again the concept of robots taking total control of the world and acting according to their own instinct is still a myth.