50 Years Of Technological Advancement In The Next 15 Years

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We are in a technological era. It is also one that is accelerating. This means that the impact of technology on society is going to be more profound than in the past.

In this video I discuss how we are going to see technology change society over the next 15 years to the same degree that we saw the change over the last 50. Consider if someone from 1970 was teleported to 2020. What would they understand about the world around them?

This is how we are going to be in the mid 2030s. It is hard for us to grasp what is about to take place. This is similar to what we see today as being Sci-Fi in the 1970s. Yet it is daily life for us.

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Hyperinflation is coming.

I think I finally figured it out. You're totally right about tech creating deflation, which is exactly why we need crypto to create hyperinflation to counter it. The only way automation can move forward is to print massive amounts of money out of thin air and distribute it more fairly to the population. Of course this isn't the kind of inflation that everyone is worried about. It's the heathiest type of inflation there is. Wealth distributed back to the communities; giving the means of production back to the people.

If the next 15 years really does progress 50 years ahead, fiat will be dead by then.

Huge upvote for someone who finally gets it.

The Fed, along with the other Central Banks, is not printing money out of corruption. They are doing it since they have no choice.

If they did not, the deflationary forces of technology would simply overwhelm the system. When 6%-8% of the US economy is under IT, with a historic deflationary rate of 30% (and likely moving higher in the next decade), how can that be counter balanced? The only way is to keep increasing the money supply, which furthers the development of more technology.

Right now, we need an annual expansion of about 20% of the money supply to keep up. That will give the gold bugs like Peter Schiff a heart attack.

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Thanks for the nod to 4d printing!

This is the kind of stuff that gets me revved!! I checked out this video from MIT mid post and it has a whole lotta


How long before I can receive an envelope that will, when placed at the pre-determined co-ordinates, grow me a house?

Did you see the orthodontic applications?

It looked like surgical implants growing brand new teeth!

Probably stronger and more durable than this primitive junk were born with... minerals with a soft meaty center. ** Pffft!!**

4d printing. Haven't looked into this, the 4th dimension is memory? Interesting stuff the future brings.

It's incredible when you put yourself in the shoes of a person living 50 years ago, how many things they'll find... almost like magic nowadays.

It's incredible when you put yourself in the shoes of a person living 50 years ago, how many things they'll find... almost like magic nowadays.

That about covers my lifespan. It was also the time from when the first Star Trek series was on the air. They had some great foresight but just think how "primitive" life was compared to what we have now.

And that will likely happen again over the next 15 years.

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as tech is progressing its hard to tell what the future will be like but I know for sure that there will be a lot of use of AI in normal life and crypto and banks can work together with the use of blockchain I hope so

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