With technology evolving day by day, most people are wondering what the next 30 years of technology will look like. How will mobile phones work in the future? How will we get news updates in the future? In what way our vehicles would be designed in the upcoming time? So let’s end your curiosity and find out how India will look like in 2050.
Generations of Computers.
1). First Generation (1942-1955)
- First Generation computers use vacuum tubes to make circuits.
- These generations of computers use a basic programming language that we referred to as machine language or low-level programming language.
- This generation has a very small amount of storage devices. They are pretty huge, slow, expensive, and difficult to operate.
2). Second Generation (1955-1964)
- These generations of computers use transistors.
- Have magnetic memory and storage disks.
- Reduced size
3). Third Generation (1964-1975)
- Third-generation computers have integrated circuits.
- Smaller, more efficient, and faster than first and second-generation computers.
- Introduction to High-Level Programming Language.
4). Fourth Generation (1975-1989)
- Fourth-generation computers have microprocessor-based systems.
- It uses VLSI (Very Large Scale Integrated) circuits.
- Microcomputers became the cheapest in this generation.
So we have gone through Fourth Generation Computers. Now let’s talk about the future of computers, i.e. The Fifth Generation.
5). Fifth Generation (1989-Present)
- This generation of computers has the ability to understand Human Language.
- Ability to recognize graphs and images.
- Thinking logically like humans result in making wiser decisions on their own and can solve day-to-day problems.
- According to Moore’s Law, the processing power of our computers should double every two years. That would mean computers from 100 years ago would be 1,125,899,906,824,624 times more powerful than the current models.
- This generation of computers promises to be faster and smaller, like a deck of cards.
- Have the wisdom to learn its own abilities.
We have just finished discussing how the computer works in the future. So let’s move further. Our next topic will be how our smartphones will help in 2050.
Here’s your smartphone in the near future:
Consider that for a moment. Cell phones only had a 5-megapixel camera, a limited screen resolution, and 3G Internet just ten years ago. However, in comparison to what we have today, they are all considered ancient relics. So, how amazing will our phones be in the near future? Let’s see what happens.
Flexible Bracelet Phones: If you think your phone is too heavy to handle well, don’t think about this in the future. Because in the future, you will be wearing your phone around your wrist, which makes you feel easy and comfortable with your cell. You can also transform your phone into a tablet whenever you want to enjoy your content, game, movie etc. That would be nice, huh!
It’s also completely transparent – you could see your palm clearly through the phone’s body. Yet it still displays all the necessary icons and widgets like time, weather, texts, calls etc.
Hologram of your phone’s interface: As soon as you wear your phone like a bracelet, the bracelet creates a hologram of your phone’s interface. Without using your fingers, you open your messages with a hand gesture. A hologram with a 8K video appears instantly above the phone. It’s just amazing.
Long-lasting battery backup: Unlike the 2020 chargers, future chargers will juice your device up much faster. In 5-10 minutes you are already up to 100%. And this battery may easily last two days on a single charge.
Some modern devices have a built-in feature that allows them to be charged using solar energy. But they aren’t that good, particularly in the places where sunshine isn’t bright or sunny.
The practice of charging your phone by rubbing it against your body is becoming more common. A kind of kinetic energy. Rub the back of your phone, and you’re good to go!
Memory in cell phones: Could your phone hold unlimited data? Sure can. With the help of cloud storage. Your flashcards and internal phone memory will be modified. Scientists have already created 5D discs. These are tiny, translucent discs that can endure fire and ice while storing 360 terabytes of data for billions of years! Wow.
In the near future, such discs will be as widespread as normal flash drives, and they will be incorporated in cell phones.
100x Zoom: What? 100x zoom? Is it imaginable? Yes, it is. If you are watching the sunset in the near future, you get your phone, turn on the camera, and do 100x zoom. The camera provides a crystal-clear image for you. You can clearly see a flock of birds flying toward the departing sun. Their beaks and the brightness of their feathers glitter, as you can see. Your phone will give you immediate notification: “This is a common pigeon.” You snap a picture weighing 5 gigabytes and upload it to your social media. All within seconds, of course!
So far, we have discussed how cell phones will work in the upcoming future. So let’s move ahead.
Now let’s have some words on how technologies will improve by 2050:
Space tourism could be feasible in 2050: By the year 2050, a trip to space will be possible for common people. Companies like Jeff Bezo’s Blue Origin and Elon Musk’s Space will rally around with space travel to convert this idea into reality.
Robotics: With the help of AI(Artificial Intelligence), scientists are making robots which will replace humans in many fields like Doctors, Psychologists, Workers, Postman Farmers, Pharmacist, Receptionist, Housekeeping, Creative Director, etc. Scientists are trying to build conscious minds in robots so that robots can think as we all think. Robots will have the companionship ability with humans, have emotions just like us, and they will be our best friend in the near future. There are so many robots in the present, but they are not capable of thinking. But scientists are working on it and by 2050, robots will be way ahead than us. Yeah, that’s true!
Prosthetics could get more advanced in the near future: In the next few years, prosthetics will get more advanced as it improves quality of life, decreases phantom limb pain and lower the levels of general psychiatric symptoms. One of the most recent developments is the microprocessor-controlled joint. They made it possible for a prosthetic joint to automatically adapt to a person’s unique needs.
Clothes will be Internet connected: Yes, you read right. Clothes will be connected to the internet. Suppose you buy a new jacket from your favorite brand. You scan a tag embedded in that jacket with your phone. The phone will immediately pop up a message about the jacket’s design, how the brand selected only sustainable materials, etc. Later in the evening, you spill a drink on your new jacket (I hope you don’t), so the next day you throw it in the wash. It will automatically communicate with your washing machine and select the right laundry setting.
Virtual reality could replace textbooks in the upcoming future: In the future, students can get a virtual view of their subjects instead of reviewing textbooks. It helps them to imagine and can easily relate to the topic they study. The Google Expeditions application already allows students to take trips in VR so that they could easily understand their subjects.
3D-printing could be used to design more houses in the future: The demand for 3D printers will increase in the near future. 3D-printing companies are trying to build large 3D-printers so that an entire house, Electric circuit, Plumbing ducts and other structures can be constructed with the help of 3D-printers. It is currently priced, but in upcoming years, it will be less expensive, more powerful and easily available in the market.
So, you see what technologies are going to introduce in the near future. Next, we will be looking at How India will be in 2050.
What India will look like in 2050.
Do you ever wonder how India will be in 2050? Let’s just get into this.
- India is expected to overtake the United States as the world’s second- largest economy by2050, accounting for 15% of global GDP.
- Aadhar Number would act the same as Social Security.
- Bullet trains rushing across the country.
- No bribes in the future.
- The World’s most respected military superpower with the help of modern warfare, weapons etc.
- India would be as powerful as the US & Russia.
- We might be able to get new Mukesh Ambani, Sir Ratan Tata from India. There are numbers of start-ups, growing in Bangalore, Chennai, Gurgaon, Pune, Hyderabad and in many more cities.
- Quality Education as compared to today’s education.
- Top exporter of desi products as compared to other countries, which will boost the economy as well as produce job opportunities.
- Last but not the least, a sharp degree of mentality shift among the common people of India, which would help the country to grow at a faster rate.
As far we have discussed, how India will be in 2050. Now it’s time for us to move on. Our next topic will be how vehicles will be in 2050.
What vehicles could look like in 2050:
Revolutionary drones are coming. Let’s see how drones bring transformation in the upcoming future.
Defense: From reconnaissance and espionage, tracking, enemy movement, target designation, communication, logistical support, navigation aid, search and rescue, gun platforms, swarm attacks and night vision situational awareness. Drones can be used for these essential factors to give such information to the military.
Aid In Disasters: In emergency situations like earthquakes, hurricanes, floods, etc., drones can be powerful. UAVs will be used to assess damage, locate victims and deliver aid.
Waste Management: Drones can also be used to collect waste from rivers, ports, harbours, etc.
Deliver goods for retailers: Drones can often be used to deliver goods from local retailers to the consumers.
Healthcare: You know, how medicines are important in preventing disease, increasing life expectancy, raising general standards of living, etc. In many parts of the world, there is a lack of quality healthcare. While medical supplies can be delivered by traditional ways, drones can help in supplying medicines, blood, and medical technology.
Cars will become ubiquitous in the future.
- A driverless car in the style of a smooth pod that can change color with the touch of an app will be available in 2050.
- By 2050, cars will be fully automatic and electric, with customized technologies.
- Passengers can relax on the built-in mattress in the center of the spacious cabin.
The self-riding motorcycle, like the self-riding car. Motorbikes will also become automatic and electric. There will be no clutching at all, and stereotypes will be defied. Bike communication that allows riders to remotely monitor their vehicle-oil level, battery life, tire pressure and many more, which will avoid problems and increase the value of the bike.
A Hyperloop could take us in between cities in the future.
Hyperloop is a passenger and cargo ultra-high-speed land transportation system. In the future, Hyperloop will transport people between two cities in five to six years.
Mars trip vehicle
Special vehicle will be designed for the people to go to Mars. This prediction is actually given by Elon Musk realizing his vision of getting people to Mars. Musk said at Vox’s Code Conference, “Most likely the form of government on Mars would be direct democracy, not representative”. Musk has mentioned that he wishes to die on Mars one day”. If you had to choose a place to die, Mars is probably not a bad choice”.
So, in this article, we’ve discussed what the next 30 years will be like. The computer’s fifth generation will be more advanced and transformative. Our cell phones will become obsolete, and we will replace them with bracelets. How robots will provide human connection. How India will surpass the United States and change. There will be one non-crushable newspaper connected via Bluetooth to keep us up to date. Drones will fly through the air, automobiles will be self-driving, and motorcycles will be electric and automatic.
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