What breakthrough technology advancements will you see during your lifetime?

Nishith from PLG Works
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Andrew Kpyto
Digital Marketer at Sembly AI β€πŸš€
Internet speed, mobile phones, PC progress, display resolution, name it :)
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Nishith from PLG Works
Founder, PLG Works
@kpyto that's quite a list. What's more to come?
Atul Ghorpade
Marketer. SEO. Love to engage.
space travel, 6G, hyperloop, flying cars
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Nishith from PLG Works
Founder, PLG Works
@atulghorpade what is 6G anyways? 1TB/sec? That would be insane.
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Atul Ghorpade
Marketer. SEO. Love to engage.
Jaskiran Kaur
I am fond of Science,Technology,Art,etc
Definitely in AI, games will be much more real-looking. I hope mobile batteries.
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Bertha Kgokong
Software Developer | Entrepreneur
teleportation, or maybe just real fast travel would be cool
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Nishith from PLG Works
Founder, PLG Works
@berthakgokong I hope we are not going backwards on this. With Concorde, we could travel way faster in commercial flights even before my birth than what we can do today.
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Bertha Kgokong
Software Developer | Entrepreneur
@nishith_shah true, but it was not safe. So i do hope we find safer ways to travel real fast, also ways that consume less energy or at least environmentally friendly energy ---- not tons and tons of gasoline for example
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C S Sultan
Product Strategist & Marketing Manager
I would like to think we will see AR technology along with 3D Holographic implementation in the near future.
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Nishith from PLG Works
Founder, PLG Works
@sultan_royal we are going to live in metaverse. 😁
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Bertha Kgokong
Software Developer | Entrepreneur
@sultan_royal This is already happening
Donia Ahmed
I believe technology has no limit and when we expect there is nothing more we got blown up but whats new . I don't know what we will see but super excited to see it
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Anett Keresztes
Social Media Marketing πŸ‡­πŸ‡Ί - πŸ‡©πŸ‡°
Ai advancements and application within different fields.
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Martina Hackbartt
Changing the way teams work @ ReSkript
I think I'll get to see lots of AI advancements, electric and self-driven cars, and many more I cannot even imagine! I'm only 19 so I still have so many years ahead haha
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Nishith from PLG Works
Founder, PLG Works
@martina_hackbartt I envy you.
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Amarnath Nagula
APM at Startupmill.co
I think I will show an NFT and attend a music concert instead of buying a ticket
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Nishith from PLG Works
Founder, PLG Works
@amarnath_nagula that could be way sooner than we think.
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Steph
Designer @ Momint
@amarnath_nagula We hosted an auction with NFTs as tickets! 😁
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Kiran Kanakadandi (yugahq.com)
Building an Employee Retention SaaS
They're talking about Quantum Computing breakthroughs recently. If IBM's recent announcement. https://www.axios.com/ibm-quantu... Computer architecture, at a fundamental level hasn't changed a whole lot in decades and Quantum could dramatically change that. Like with any new technology, a "killer app" that demonstrates a tangible, real-world usage will need to be identified (like email and www for internet), but that is very early stage still.
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Nishith from PLG Works
Founder, PLG Works
@kirank5a We will be on a brink of apocalypse if and when Quantum Computers break all our encryption algorithms.
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Shekhar Chandra
Software Engineer @ Accord
Internet access everywhere with similar speed. It will change a lot how we commute and live, IMO. Sounds like an easy or already solved problem but I believe it requires a breakthrough to actually make it happen.
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Joyce Kettering
Employee #8 at WeWeb.io (YC W21)
VR devices people actually wear
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Nishith from PLG Works
Founder, PLG Works
@joycekettering how about first a VR headset that doesn't give me a splitting headache. πŸ˜‚
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Building mnd
@joycekettering How about glasses that can be AR or VR when needed!
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David Abaev
David Abaev
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Co-founder at Databar.ai πŸš€
Virtual worlds (kind of like in Black Mirror)
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Maxwell Davis
TweetStores - Launching December 4th πŸš€
5G everywhere
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Nishith from PLG Works
Founder, PLG Works
@maxwellcdavis I think we could see this by 2030. What do you think?
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Maxwell Davis
TweetStores - Launching December 4th πŸš€
@nishith_shah Actually maybe 5G is the wrong name - I guess I mean internet access via satellite globally. I don't think we'll see it by 2030 - but we'll have coverage on most land mass. The seas will come after that.
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Alina Ihnatiuk
Social Media Marketing πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡¦ - πŸ‡΅πŸ‡± - πŸ‡·πŸ‡Ί - πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ
Evolution of mobile phones and computers, artificial intelligence, robot technology, video and photo evolution, automotive technology, crypto art
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Nishith from PLG Works
Founder, PLG Works
@antonovna wondering what real evolution of mobile phones could be like? For most part, all that we are seeing since last 5+ years is simply better cameras.
Ira GI
Technology girl, software development
Over the past 30 years, there have been many technical and environmental changes.))
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Nishith from PLG Works
Founder, PLG Works
@ira_gi Agree. Which one in particular are you most excited about?
Viacheslav Derzhaev
Co-founder of Rupt
I don't see a lot of "blockchain" / "web3" replies here) Which only confirms that these "advancements" don't bring a lot of value to the day-to-day life of individuals.
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Nishith from PLG Works
Founder, PLG Works
@laumski that's an interesting interpretation.
Daniel Po
Marketing & Product @ Gaming
IMO we will continue going in the direction of making *everything* quicker, so things like: * Faster travel - flying higher in our atmosphere to get faster to a destination * Faster communication - mobile phones will evolve into less touch, more sound and thought (maybe not telepathy but getting there) * Medicine & physical evolution - such as covid-19 vaccinations, cancer research, and technology to help with handicaps such as blindness and deafness * Energy sources - we will probably move from gas and electricity to more hybrid types, such as more hydroelectricity and solar energy * Cosmetics - procedures and simple retouching will be constantly easier and more widely available
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Nishith from PLG Works
Founder, PLG Works
@daniel_pt Interesting, and glad you mentioned advancements in medicine and healthcare. Things like CRISPR gene editing are amongst the major breakthroughs of our era.
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Reuben Carter
Coder and maker
Nuclear fusion. Or anything to save us from the climate apocalypse.
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Ashit Vora
Co-founder at RaftLabs
Self-driving Cars, Human Clones, Brain transplant, etc.