How Technology Has Improved Our Lives

“If you want to know the future, look at the past” — Albert Einstein

18th century

In the 18th century, men’s wigs were powdered to give them their distinctive white or off-white color. (Regents of the Aalmoezeniersweeshuis Orphanage in Amsterdam, 1729)

Communication

Education

Transportation

The Travelling Companions, 1862. Artist: Augustus Leopold Egg

Entertainment

Health

The first stethoscope was invented by René Laennec in 1816

Today

Communication

Education

Transportation

Entertainment

Health

24th century

  • Communication: How could communication become even faster and more efficient than it is today? If we could connect our brains to a digital world, we may become able to exchange ideas without having to type them; enabling communication more direct and efficient than ever.
  • Education: With the development of technology, the current school system is becoming obsolete. In addition, new technologies will bring new jobs — so there will be a need for appropriate education.
  • Transportation: Flying cars? Space travel? Seeing what we’ve managed to achieve in the past, it’s hard to put a limit to the imagination.
  • Entertainment: For now, the focus is mainly on sight and hearing. We still have many senses to conquer.
  • Health: Maybe we will achieve digital immortality. Or we’ll be able to beat aging and cure diseases like cancer or revive cryopreserved patients.
Do you want to know what the future will look like?

Conclusion

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