By 2022, when Apple will be selling the iPhone 15 and humans will be toting high-resolution bionic eyes, a successful demonstration of fusion power will have occurred, and the world will be on its way to pilot-less commercial flights (but that’s only 25 percent possible).
The BBC starts losing confidence after the year 2050, at which time the 1 percent will be able to select elements of their offspring’s genetic makeup and cars will be purely automated and driver-free. Hopes and dreams of building a NASA base on Mars or cloning the first humans carry a less than 3 percent chance.
In 100 years’ time, could at least one artificially intelligent being boast the status of an entire corporation? Nah. Not with 100/1 odds, at least.
For more outrageous-but-possibly-valid predictions for the future of technology and our world, check out the full infographic below, complete with utopian and dystopian paths and the odds of these things coming true.
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