How the future will be different from the present?
“Science…! It is not in a human capacity to escape science. You simply cannot escape science. This is the scientific age.” This is a quote of a Nobel laureate in Physics Mohammad Abdus Salam (1926-1996). It seems that he was right in his say. This IT equipped era has plunged in to the ocean of evolution everyday. However, where science has blessed us with such ease in life, it has also snatched the serenity and calmness from the lives of common people. Today the future imagination is referred to as thinking about the advancement of technology; new tools, new methodologies, new powers. Nowadays when we use electronic gadgets, cameras and different electrical appliances in our daily life we must observe that such usage of these tools exhibit a distinct contrast from the past fifty years. One can predict with this analogy that how our future will outclass our present in this technology competition. We live an electronic life where a major portion of our daily routines are governed by the internet, social networks and e-commerce. Since the time efficiency is a vital factor in daily business dealings, we have our automobiles with the best of the engine and speed performances available. Still, it is thought that there is a lot more residual time which could be saved by the improvement in technology. Even the material transport through air which is termed as Teleporting is under the process of research and development. Eighty years back, our ancestors had a life rather slow, based on barter trade, a time consuming import export business, sea trade, letter/telegraph based slow communication. Today we have E-commerce for trade, Viber, Whatsapp, Skype, Facebook and other social networks for the communications, and robots eradicating the human labor to a greater extent. The industries are more concerned in hiring machines than people. Research and development centers in their wild competitions are more concerned towards...
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