- Scientists envisage different lifestyles for humans in 2050 as evolution of technology becomes the topic of discussion.
- Technology has rapidly improved since the beginning of the century and it is no longer news that in the coming years technology will evolve.
- One of the major breakthroughs in technology in this century is the introduction of nanotechnology.
The evolution of technology has taken an astonishing turn in this century and scientists envisage different lifestyles for humans in 2050.
In a widely spread video on YouTube, Simply Tech shared how the world will look like in the coming years.
The major breakthrough of technology in this era is the introduction of nanotechnology. Nanotechnology involves the manipulation of individual atoms and molecules.
Evolution of technology to change human lifestyles in 2050
Nanotechnology has the ability to change the world more than we know. Scientist are planning to make public the use of nanobots in the brain of humans.
The use of nanobots will help humans connect with virtual reality without any external gadget. This is the future of technology – with this, there will be no need for gadgets in the future.
Aside the use of nanobots, another evolution of technology to look out for is the rise of 3D printing. 3D printing is already in play but it is expected that it’ll be more advanced and common in 2050.
With the introduction of this to the public, it will not be long before everyone gets to print their big objects.
Furthermore, scientists are looking to put death to death. With the brain connected to a computer, information in the brain can be stored into a hard disk. This way, even if the person dies, the information can be put in another brain or robot, leaving the loved one with the brain of the person they lost.
The evolution of technology has been debated to be a thing or neither blessing nor curse. All the same, the intentions of these scientists is to make life easier for others.
NITDA to verify NYSC certificates with blockchain technology
Meanwhile, the National Information Technology Development Agency (NITDA) has introduced an innovative initiative aimed at employing blockchain technology to verify the authenticity of National Youth Service Corps NYSC certificates.
The Director-General, NITDA, Kashifu Abdullahi, on Wednesday, announced the project during the stakeholders’ policy dialogue event on the ‘Implementation of the national blockchain’ in Lagos.
To address the challenge of certificate forgery and fraudulent issuance, NITDA said it was collaborating with the newly appointed Director-General, NYSC, Brigadier-General Yusha’u Ahmed, to pioneer the development of an advanced blockchain-based certificate authentication system.