The internet in ten years time?
If we could jump into the future what main change do you think we would see on the internet or what changes would you like to see?
3d/virtual sites with interactive content that's immersive and customisable.
People would not require to meet each other directly and all the business activities will be carried on by arranging conferences.
You could probably put on some headset-like device, and be able to interact with people in a virtual environment. This would make actual human contact even more obsolete.
I think with advancement in Information technology we get many advantages but there will be more patients with mental diseases
State controlled, heavily regulated and no privacy. Governments around the world are already looking at controlling what the individual has access to (France, Italy, USA) while your online movements are constantly being monitored.
Might be available in 3d or we might be able to touch it......
Probably better integration to our daily lives. From RFID hospital systems accessible via the internet to inform doctors and nurses of a patients status either off or on the hospital grounds. To cars with automatically sending the user an email e-mail of the monthly status report about the vehicle’s condition and any scheduled or unscheduled repairs that need to be done can be send to a todo list in outlook.
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