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Future Technology Predictions: How technology might evolve in the far future

Technology is constantly evolving and changing

Some of the most popular futuristic technology predictions involve time travel, human cloning, and telepathy. But what will this future really look like? In this article, we will discuss our future technology predictions for how technologies might evolve in the far future.

Next, we will discuss some of the most popular futuristic technology predictions that involve:

Time travel

This would allow humans to go back and forward in time which is very exciting but also one of our future technology predictions with the largest amount of criticism. Many people think it’s just not possible but there are many theories surrounding this subject including:

Einstein-Rosen Bridges

Einstein-Rosen bridges, or wormholes, are shortcuts that connect far reaches of space. They were imagined by Albert Einstein and Nathan Rosen in 1935.

  • Einstein and Rosen explored how an observer would see the world inside one end of a wormhole. They used mathematics to analyze this imaginary scenario and concluded that this could be possible. However, they also found that the world inside a wormhole is unstable and can collapse on itself.
  • Einstein-Rosen bridges were not considered again until the 1960s when John Wheeler (the same one who coined the term black hole) gave them their modern name.
  • In general relativity, space and time bend in such a way as to give rise to peculiar structures called “bridges.” These are basically gateways from one region of space to another.
  • It was Ronald Mallett who used Einstein’s original work and proved that the weak gravitational field limit of general relativity contains a possibility for stable and navigable wormholes.
  • Mallet said we could use this effect to connect two separate regions of space-time together – two distant points – by creating a bridge between them.

Quantum Time Traveling

Quantum time traveling is the idea that space-time is not stationary, so it can be -bent. As a result, the bending of space-time will affect how light behaves.

  • The principle underlying quantum time traveling is due to the principle of Traveluncertainty. The principle of uncertainty says that there are two possible outcomes for any particle at any given time.
  • A particle could either be in state A or it could be in state B with equal probability. This principle has been used to show that a photon’s behavior depends on when it is measured.
  • In the special case of quantum time traveling, this principle would say that there -are two possible outcomes for any particle at any given time: either be in state A or state B. In the general case, these states could be defined by reflecting one space-time sheet into another space-time sheet.
  • As a result, if we can control how and when we measure particles we can affect what these particles do. The collection of all possible behaviors for each particle is said to represent a “space-time surface” where every point this surface represents an event in time. To go from point A to point B in space-time, we would have to go through all points on the space-time surface.

Superluminal Tunneling Deceleration (STDs)

STD is a hypothetical effect of quantum mechanics which would allow information to travel from A to B faster than the speed of light.

  • The STD effect was first proposed in 1935 by Einstein, Podolsky, and Rosen. They attempted to show that quantum mechanics couldn’t actually work. Specifically, they were trying to prove that certain predictions of quantum mechanics were impossible.
  • A key part of their argument involved particles being able to influence each other even when separated by large distances.

The Chronology Protection Conjecture

The Chronology Protection Conjecture is a time travel theory that is often discussed in relation to the causality violation. The conjecture states that “changes to the past” are not possible because any changes would invalidate some event in the future.

  • That can’t happen if time is linear. If the change to the past is possible, then at some point in time it becomes possible for someone to travel back into the past and kill their own grandfather.
  • That would result in a person being born that never existed. Meanwhile, there are existing two versions of his grandfather. And worse, if this was possible then it would mean that every time anyone traveled back in time they could potentially wipe out everyone who ever existed by killing their parents or even ancestors before them.
  • Therefore, shutting down all parallel universes because none of them truly exist until at least one version of themselves manages to survive long enough to create one. The same way their other-selves did when they were killed off while trying to create one (in another universe).

Closed Timelike Curves (CTCs)

A Closed timelike curve (CTC) is a path through spacetime which, if traveled by an object causes the object to travel back in time. All objects can move along CTCs if their world lines are timelike curves.

  • Nonetheless, when an object moves along one it experiences some form of time dilation due to special relativity, and no material or information can be accelerated into the past.
  • The idea of CTCs is not part of the solution to the paradoxes but was conceived as a potential explanation for them.
  • As you can tell, there are many future technology predictions involving time travel but it is still too early to know if any of these theories will ever be possible in the far future or even near future. Only time will tell!
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Human cloning

Cloning was recently made into a film called “The Island” starring Ewan McGregor and Scarlett Johansson who play characters living on an island where clones are being produced solely as organ donors.

  • This creates some ethical issues surrounding this type of future technological prediction because how does society feel about humans being created specifically to serve another purpose?
  • While it may save lives, others argue against this idea saying we should not tamper with nature by playing God.
  • However, this future technology prediction is already happening in the world today with animals being cloned so it’s hard to know what will happen or if cloning humans for organ harvesting purposes really falls into “playing God.”
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Human telepathy

Telepathy would allow us to read each other’s thoughts.

  • This has been shown in movies like The Matrix and Avatar where characters can plug themselves directly into a computer system using something called Neuro-Transference allowing them access to vast amounts of information instantly.
  • While this could be very helpful in many ways, some people feel taking away our privacy rights by having others able to read minds isn’t worth all the benefits.
  • However, with the advancements in technology including things like brain-computer interfaces (BCIs) and functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI), it is possible that this future technological prediction may become a reality one day if not already!


Futuristic technology predictions are very difficult to make. The future of any technological industry is always changing and evolving, so the only thing that’s guaranteed in this arena is uncertainty. That said, one popular prediction many people seem to be making about technology’s future is rooted in artificial intelligence.

Artificial Intelligence refers to machines that can perform tasks on their own without human intervention or input; these tasks could include anything from answering simple questions like “What time does my flight leave?” all the way up through complex activities such as playing chess with a person who has more experience than they do.

What would you say if we told you there were some experts out there predicting not just AI-powered cars but also self-driving trucks? Yes, it’s true – right now, some of the world’s top companies are working on building trucks that will replace all those human drivers out there on the roads today.

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