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Toekomstvoorspellingen uit de wetenschap

geschreven door Tony Bosma

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Na een dag sport en inspirerende mensen moet ik dan toch nog snel kijken of we nog met een inspirerend bericht op Extend Limits het weekend kunnen in gaan. Nou wat is nu inspirerender dan uitspraken over toekomstverwachtingen vanuit de wetenschappelijke hoek ondersteund door een prachtig nummer.

20 Jun 2008 - 10:09, 2827x gelezen  |  2 reacties  |  Maatschappij en samenleving
Om jullie aan te zetten tot het bekijken van de clip (door John Baylies) een paar uitspraken.
2013, world population exceeds 7 billion
2013, voice control replace keyboard/mouse interface for 30% of the routine tasks
2019, nanotechnology is used in 30% of commercial products
2020, artificial intelligence reaches human levels
2030, robots capable of performing at human level at most manual jobs
2030, all cars on major roads are under control of satellite and roadsite systems
2030, virtual reality allows any type of intercation with anyone...
2050, a team of fully autonomous humanoid robots can win against the human world champion soccer team
De laatste biedt hoop voor Nederland. Veel meer quotes en voorspellingen in de clip! Fijn weekend


Future Predictions from John Baylies on Vimeo.


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04 September 2008 om 10:42

Sven

@Paul, Thanks for sharing your opinion. Timing developments is always hard. I agree with you that we will never know everything: knowledge makes you realize what you don't understand. Perhaps we will understand sooner than later why and how we age. Finding alternatives to prevent aging is a completely other challenge in my opinion. Why? With our science approach we often isolate a problem in a very narrow defined area by breaking down the problem in very small steps. However, every reaction causes another reaction. If we want to prevent aging, nature will find its way to trick us again or decides that we have to go all together. Death, like taxes, will never cease to exist.

04 September 2008 om 10:42

Sven

@Paul, Thanks for sharing your opinion. Timing developments is always hard. I agree with you that we will never know everything: knowledge makes you realize what you don’t understand. Perhaps we will understand sooner than later why and how we age. Finding alternatives to prevent aging is a completely other challenge in my opinion. Why? With our science approach we often isolate a problem in a very narrow defined area by breaking down the problem in very small steps. However, every reaction causes another reaction. If we want to prevent aging, nature will find its way to trick us again or decides that we have to go all together. Death, like taxes, will never cease to exist.

03 September 2008 om 9:09

Paul

I think that most of the predictions are possible in the alloted times,but that every advance will change the outcome of further advances so some predictions will happen sooner , and some later. I feel we will crack the human aging process so much to say that the first truly immortal human is probably alive today. I also feel that humans will advance there bodies by biological means and not the artificial, and that even at first if we do use artificial means such as bionics and A.I. tech, we will finally use the biological option. I believe that A.I. will ether serve us or be our companions, never our masters.I feel that we must and will explore the universe both external and internal, and that we will never truly know everything. that is for the maker of all things. I feel that there will be a time when wealth will mean little and knowledge and wisdom will! Wow, sounds like Star Trek????
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03 September 2008 om 9:09

Paul

I think that most of the predictions are possible in the alloted times,but that every advance will change the outcome of further advances so some predictions will happen sooner , and some later. I feel we will crack the human aging process so much to say that the first truly immortal human is probably alive today. I also feel that humans will advance there bodies by biological means and not the artificial, and that even at first if we do use artificial means such as bionics and A.I. tech, we will finally use the biological option. I believe that A.I. will ether serve us or be our companions, never our masters.I feel that we must and will explore the universe both external and internal, and that we will never truly know everything. that is for the maker of all things. I feel that there will be a time when wealth will mean little and knowledge and wisdom will! Wow, sounds like Star Trek????
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