Future technology changing the world

Future technology changing the world

The future is coming, and sooner than you think. These emerging technologies will change the way we live, how we look after our bodies and help us avert a climate disaster. technology that will open the door to human potential

Whether you like it or not, technology is rapidly improving, offering new innovations and revolutionary projects every year. The technology is an embedded enabler in everything: in knowledge creation and circulation of knowledge.

 Some of the very sharpest minds are out there creating the next piece of future technology that will completely change how we live our lives. It can feel like scientific progress is steady but we have lived through a period of immense technological improvement in the last half century.


Whether you like it or not, technology is rapidly improving backed by 5g now 6g on the way.  The commercial launch of 6G communications systems and United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (UN SDGs) are both targeted for 2030. 6G communications is expected to boost global growth and productivity, create new business models and transform many aspects of society. The UN SDGs are a way of framing opportunities and challenges of a desirable future world and cover topics as broad as ending poverty, gender equality, climate change and smart cities. The relationship between these potentially mutually reinforcing forces is currently under-defined. Building on the vision for 6G, a review of megatrends, on-going activities on the relation of mobile communications to the UN SDGs and existing indicators, a novel linkage between 6G and the UN SDGs is proposed via indicators.


There are innovations happening right now that are ripped straight from the pages of science-fiction. Whether that is robots that can read minds, AI that can create images on their own, holograms, bionic eyes, or other mind-blowing technology, there is a lot to expect from the world of future technology. Below we've picked out some of the biggest and most interesting ideas.


Wireless technologies have revolutionized businesses, living standards, infrastructure, and many other aspects of human life. Mankind is in a constant struggle to find elegant solutions to various problems and is in search of new avenues to progress. This desire of mankind has evolved wireless communication from 1G to 5G. However, this development has not stopped here. The researchers around the world are working hard for the development of 6G communication network, which is expected to be rolled out by 2030.



In several countries around the world, with China leading the way, telecommunications companies and research labs are already looking ahead to the future of mobile communications after 5G.


Political system

We are moving from multipolar world to a “poly-nodal” world, where strengthening of relational power is vital. In geopolitics the tension between the globalization, networking power and the urgency of the ecological reconstruction is linked to the balance between centralized decisions and the strengthening of inclusion and democracy. Power is determined by relational influence and held not only by states but also by companies, regions, communities and transnational organizations. Societies are struggling to find a balance between quick-moving decision making, community engagement and the reasserting of democratic values and commitments. Public network funding has traditionally been directed to unserved and underserved areas in terms of broadband access and coverage. Lately support for deployment programs has extended to policy areas, such as smart city community development, worksites and ecosystems (such as harbors and airports), advanced health services, logistics and transport, Smart Cities, public safety and critical infrastructure at length. Smart society builds dependable systems and communication where standardized data is utilized by walled garden platform monopolies across verticals. Smart city focus is extended to rural inclusion. New system is required which will transform urban and rural living existing at the intersection of geopolitics, growth of nationalism, rights to information transparency and information citizenry. Resource orchestration and configuration relates to the power over development and adoption of innovations and technology that ubiquitously embedded in society and our daily life. Technology is increasingly seen as a geopolitical issue of power and the questions of future resource orchestration power emerge: who will own the continuously accumulating data, who will get to decide on technology and who sets the rules and regulation.

Trends related to the education system Diversification of the population:


We see two trends, both ageing in well-established societies, as well as young generations in developing economies trying to catch up to the welfare of established economies. In well-established societies, the population is not only ageing but also becoming more diversified in terms of backgrounds, opportunities and habits. Highly functional educational system can help to provide equal opportunities for all. Continuous competence development is not required only from work force but all citizens. Learning capabilities will have a key role in the future, which creates pressure to reevaluate educational structures and policies. New technological innovations can revolutionize education in the future. Emerging opportunity of redefining human machine and brain-UI interface enables connecting people and the biological world in novel ways. Holopresence systems can project realistic, full-motion, real-time 3D digital twin images of distant people and objects into a room, along with real-time audio communication, with a level of realism rivaling physical presence. Images of remote people and surrounding objects are captured and transmitted over a 6G network and projected using laser beams in real time. The pervasive influence of artificial intelligence will not just reflect what something looks like but also its context, meaning and function, creating Internet of skills, Internet of senses and digital twins. However, not all have equal opportunities to access latest educational technology. Trends in mobile only next billion means, how ubiquitous cheap phones and increasingly affordable network connections in mega cities and rural are helping another billion users join the internet and access applications and digital content increasing at non-English speaking markets.


For many, mobile is the primary or only channel for accessing the internet and services. With its unprecedented scale and growing impact on daily lives, mobile is a powerful tool also for achieving the SDGs and drive sustainable economic growth. Academia is crucially important stakeholder not only when providing education but also fostering groundbreaking research. Alternative concepts and models for computing such as quantum computing that is at its best in sorting, finding prime numbers, simulating molecules, and optimization, and thus could disrupt



3 www.basicinternet.org segments like finance, intelligence, drug design and discovery, utilities, polymer design, AI and Big Data search, and digital manufacturing. Trends related to the economic system The redefinition of the economy, is also linked to sustainable development: is the environment only to be regarded as a resource or should the economy aim to improve the state of the environment?




Digital "twins" that track your health


The Q Bio dashboard where users can track their health © Q Bio

In Star Trek, where many of our ideas of future technology germinated, human beings can walk into the medbay and have their entire body digitally scanned for signs of illness and injury. Doing that in real life would, say the makers of Q Bio, improve health outcomes and alleviate the load on doctors at the same time.

The US company has built a scanner that will measure hundreds of biomarkers in around an hour, from hormone levels to the fat building up in your liver to the markers of inflammation or any number of cancers. It intends to use this data to produce a 3D digital avatar of a patient's body – known as a digital twin – that can be tracked over time and updated with each new scan.

Q Bio CEO Jeff Kaditz hopes it will lead to a new era of preventative, personalized medicine in which the vast amounts of data collected not only help doctors prioritize which patients need to be seen most urgently, but also to develop more sophisticated ways of diagnosing illness.