The British have fantasized about how technology will change our lives in 20 years

23 February of 2018 by

Robot Waiter

A survey on “How technology will change our lives by 2036” was conducted among British citizens on the basis of forecasts of scientists and professors of the Imperial College London. Researchers interviewed more than 2,000 Britons.

The issues mainly concerned the spheres of fashion, health and finance. So more than 55% of respondents believe that people will regularly wear clothes connected to the Internet, and 53% are confident that artificial organs can be printed on a 3D printer.

Many respondents consider it possible to move to remote visits of a doctor, thanks to virtual reality technologies. More than half of survey participants do not doubt that in 20 years the number of autonomous cars will exceed the number controlled by the driver, and special drones will deliver pizza to the threshold.

The British expressed confidence in the appearance of the first cloned people, in commercial space flights, as well as the fact that more and more earthlings will become owners of embedded electronic devices. The boards of directors of companies will have artificial intelligence, and robots will outperform their creators.


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