What will the world be like in 2100?
Can you try to imagine a world in almost 100 years time? Somewhere where our top of the range gadgets we excite ourselves about today will be so obsolete; that they won’t even be used as paperweights. The possibility of a complete technological revolution, producing products and changes to our world, we haven’t even comprehended.
Well BBC science presenter James Burke tries to give us an insight into what that world will look like, hoping to excel on his previous prediction in 1973 of what our current world would become. In 1973 Burke foresaw the proliferation of the computer in offices, schools and homes.
Burke has now predicted such advancements will include the proliferation of 3D nanofabricators, meaning the extinction of poverty and scarcity!
Check out his video below…