We are honored to live in an age where science and technology can help us, make our lives easier and rethink the way we daily life.
The technologies we've come into contact with and used to pave the way for further innovation, and the list of current and future technologies are sure to change our lives.
Here is our list of technologies that will change our lives "forever" in the next ten years or more:
With the continuous growth of the earth's population, the living space is also shrinking, not only for humans, but also for the animals and plants we depend on.
It is reasonable to foresee the future that requires the development of technology to provide arable land in unusual places. The concept of a high-rise farm in the center of the city is not completely out of this world.
Laboratory grown meat
The cows on the tower seemed a little fool, but the lab-grown meat was already being processed. If scientists can develop a cost-effective way to grow edible meat in the laboratory, it will change the way we live and eat forever.
This change not only reduces the ecological damage of meat farming to the world, but also provides a moral choice for meat substitutes that many people can enjoy.
We can fly to almost any country in the world without any problems, but what if we can see Earth from space all day?
Companies like Virgin Galactic, SpaceX and even Amazon's Blue Origin all hope to one day achieve this and give us a (very expensive) seat on the spacecraft to get us into orbit. Passengers on the Amazon's New Shepard shuttle will be taken up to 100 kilometers above sea level and then jumped back to the ground.
Colonization of other planets
We have wreak havoc on Earth for a long time, and this planet can only withstand such long destructive effects as humans.
If we don't destroy it, we will destroy it someday. Plans are under way to colonize other planets, and Mars will no doubt be the first port of call. As technology leaps forward, this vision of the future is quickly becoming a scientific fact, not a science fiction novel.
Robots in space and the workplace
NASA has sent robots of different shapes and sizes into space. As technology advances, this makes sense. Robots don't need to worry about breathing oxygen or eating, they can be filled with sensors to send data back to Earth.
The same is true in the workplace. Robots can take on more difficult, dangerous and boring work to save human troubles and risks. In theory, they can also run faster, more efficiently, and with fewer errors.
Electric and self-driving cars
Electric cars are nothing new; they have been on our way for a while, and they will only get better and better. Car batteries have a longer service life, charging station infrastructure continues to evolve, and self-driving technology has invested heavily, which means that it appeared earlier than you think. Tesla already has a sophisticated autonomous driving model that can take over some driving controls, but one day the automaker wants to make us completely hands-free.
You will no longer need to commute to work. Take a nap, relax and let the car do all the work for you. How alive time.
Chores, chores, chores. Very boring and unfortunately necessary. But what if robots can help you avoid pain? We have the beginning of robotic vacuum cleaners and smart appliances. Bigger, more useful robots came into being.
In the future, we are likely to live in a place full of useful robots that help housekeepers, cooks or general dog corpses at home.
Space is limited and runs out quickly-especially in crowded urban spaces. This concept shows the future of roads and living spaces moving away from the water. When a self-driving car does all the work and is fast enough, the journey across the ocean in this way is not impractical.
When there is no space left on the road, it is not unreasonable to think that we can fly to the sky. There are already many interesting aircraft designs that show that this future is a real possibility.