by Grace aka costofcollege
Where does your imagination take you as we consider the ways that technological innovations will continue to change our lives?
Here’s one way learning may be made more efficient and easier.
“As we discover more about optimising, personalising, and adapting brain stimulation protocols, we’ll likely see these technologies become routine in training and classroom environments.
“It’s possible that brain stimulation could be implemented for classes like drivers’ training, SAT prep, and language learning.”
We may be able to implant memories of vacations that we actually never took.
More possible trends:
Anthem Tells Customers to Visit Virtual Doctors, Therapists, and Psychologists
Growing number of insurers push virtual visits to doctor
The Language Barrier Is About to Fall
Within 10 years, earpieces will whisper nearly simultaneous translations—and help knit the world closer together
Roaches to the rescue: insect provides blueprint for robotic first responder
Researchers at University of California at Berkeley are developing a mechanical roach after finding its exoskeleton is uniquely suited to fitting into small spaces
Robots will force experts to find other routes to the top
If grunt work of professions is automated, an important way that juniors hone skills will be lost
Isn’t sex the driving force behind so much of technology?
And the scariest proposition of all?
Let’s discuss the good, the bad, and the ugly of how technology will affect the future for us and our children.