Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Dr. AMK, Jan 7, 2018.
The Economic impact of 5G
The fifth generation of mobile networks is here, and is expected to have a bigger impact on the global economy than any previous iterations, contributing more than $13 trillion to output worldwide by 2035. According to forecasts, China is set to see the most economic gains from the roll-out, while manufacturing will be the sector that will benefit most as operators are able to ramp up production and create new revenue streams as a result of industry digitalisation.
The world in 2045, according to the Pentagon
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Big, Bigger, and Biggest. The size of the blockchain technology market worldwide is growing at an astounding rate.
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I remember seeing a version of this video back in 1995 - it was called "The world in 2020 according to the Pentagon"
Yes, they updated it in 2016, and we can see their visions and plans already on the ground and still there are more coming.
To be fair, the visions and plans have been on the ground, or the table - to be more precise, since 1960s. Completely autonomous airliners have been strongly predicted as imminent since 1990s. I'm still waiting for a commercially available self-driving car, capable of safely taking me from A to B in a major city - something leading luninaries pronounced to be a solved problem 5 years ago.
Now it's more about AI, Machine learning, Big Data, IoT, Data science, Blockchain and others. Political decision's is behind what and when the technology will be available and what availability coverage. The Internet already there for many years, but when we allowed to use it and who took the decision to make it available for everyone. If we are not seeing the technology, that's not mean it's not available already.
More about AI? Have you seen the 1968 "2001: Space Odyssey" (of which almost nothing has truly come to fruition so far)? As for the secret government tech, I would take the tin foil hat off - clearly, progress is mainly driven by the almighty private sector who are doing their best, driven by the desire to ship ASAP, before the competition does.
dude just because you can't buy it doesn't mean it doesn't exist....some pretty powerful stuff universitys and the governments have.
And yes I would know because we have a senior military friend in the family that keeps us up to date....stuff I can't even mention
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