Immortality, or at least digital, could stop being the wet dream of any science fiction author to become a reality thanks to some extravagant and certainly dystopian current projects.
This article addresses the changes that the world and society will experience in 2030 around teleworking, energy, migratory movements or sustainable development.
The Internet, as the best example of the advances in economic and political globalization, has developed a particular model of government.
An ethicist reveals that intelligent machines could avenge the future of human beings and demand rewards for the mistreatment suffered by them.
We explain how the tires of the future will be and the technology that will be incorporated for autonomous vehicles, according to the forecasts of the manufacturer Hankook, whose ideas have recently been awarded.
Emerging technologies such as Big Data, the Internet of Things, artificial intelligence or virtual reality will soak up the work spaces in a few years. This is the x-ray of the office 5.0.
In this society where the futurist does not cause so much interest – perhaps out of boredom or the abuse of scenes of flying cars – the closer visionary is valued more, to the one who knows how to understand the keys to transformation in the short term, the one who example understood that a mobile had to be simple, with a single button and touch, or that said that the coffee capsules made sense.
Technology is changing everything, and this great transformation will also have a huge impact on the global economy.
To solve the serious problem of the 800 million people suffering from hunger in the world, the UN is clear about the formula: small-scale organic farming and the recovery of traditional farming methods.