Bill Gates Predictions for the World of Tomorrow: What Will We Be Doing In 2030?

Bill Gates Predictions

 

Bill Gates, a former CEO of Microsoft and well-known philanthropist, recently gave an interview where he shared some predictions for the world of tomorrow. According to Bill Gates, humanity is about to take another giant leap into the future and we could be doing almost anything—from dating online and exploring Mars to flirting over video conference calls and getting robot-made hamburgers at home.

“There are two questions [with my predictions],” Gates said in the interview. “One is how much technology will affect the 4 billion people who don’t have access to modern energy and modern healthcare and so on and so forth. And it’s amazing how little we predict about that… But certainly, with all the progress in new materials and biology, you can imagine some really transformative products.”

Here are some of Gates’ predictions for our technological future.

1. By 2030…

Cars Will Drive Themselves: Autonomous or self-driving cars have been in the news a lot lately, but Bill Gates thinks they’ll be on our roads by the year 2030.

“The self-driving car has more than a 90% of U.S. households saying they would go out and buy one,” Gates says, adding that this fully autonomous car will be “affordable to most consumers.”

2. We’ll Learn More From Our DNA: Bill Gates thinks we’re on the verge of better, more accurate DNA sequencing. “Next year you’ll get the first report back on your DNA sequence for $1,000,” he said.

3. By 2030…

We’ll Be Dating Online: Gates thinks online dating will be popular by 2030.

“I think it will happen by then, but not super widely,” he said.

4. We’ll Be Less Worried About Getting Sick: Gates thinks we’re on the verge of revolutionizing healthcare, and that within 15 years there will be a vaccine for HIV/AIDS.

“We take it for granted that if you show up at the clinic with certain symptoms, they can find out what disease you have. That’ll happen for almost all diseases by 2030.”

5. We’ll Be Seeing A Lot Of Improvements In Africa: Gates thinks the world’s poorest continent will be transformed over the next 15 years, and that progress made there could improve people’s lives worldwide.

“Africa is making progress against malaria; it has cut child mortality by 30 percent. And that progress can be sped up if like-minded countries—such as the United States—do some reallocating of existing foreign aid,” he said.

6. By 2030…

We’ll Be Living Healthier: Gates is excited about our increased knowledge of biology and new materials, which could improve drug delivery, diagnosis, and treatment of disease. He thinks we could be doing a better job of treating cancer by then.

“By 2030, it’ll be almost routine to get your genome sequenced and get advice on how to treat various cancers,” Gates says in his interview with BNP Paribas. “Early diagnosis will be much more common in a decade.”

  1. We’ll Be Having Our Burgers From a Vending Machine: Gates believes that in the next 15 years, we’ll be able to grow beef from stem cells and “make it so you have a hamburger for $4 instead of $40 without harming any animals or causing any environmental impact.”

8. By 2030…

We’ll Be More Connected: Gates believes that various techniques for transmitting data “through space or through wires” will improve by 2030, allowing us to send more information across the globe.

9. We Might Live To See The Year 2100: Bill Gates says life expectancy is increasing by almost two years with each decade, which means most people alive today could live to see the year 2100.

  1. We’ll Be Writing More Emails: Bill Gates is in the minority when it comes to email, writing five or six per day instead of hundreds. He has also mostly given up on smartphones and prefers using a “dumb phone.” But he predicts that email will still be popular by 2030 because “we’ll be surprised how much it continues to play a role in our lives.”

 

Bill Gates Predictions for the World of Tomorrow:

There is something to be said about how much we have come a long way since 1970 in terms, say with regard towards our ability (a) either increase on earth’s surface or decrease if the global population exceeds 9 billion people and (b). There are many factors that must be considered when putting forward such predictions.

For example, it should not take too great an effort indeed, though I agree its time had been spent better as regards education – this topic has already seen some serious research work done by experts at Cambridge University which will likely help provide us with useful insights into future aspects pertaining specifically toward planning ahead from different fields across all disciplines,

The Microsoft founder and former CEO predict a world with more economic competition, lower environmental degradation (and even global climate), smarter transportation networks that reduce pollution from cars, efficient energy storage methods like rooftop solar panels on homes or buildings using batteries to store electricity used by appliances in kitchens.

And perhaps most interesting is his comments about how we’ll be supporting AI – as opposed “the artificial intelligence” currently known as HAL 9000’s – when it comes time over for humans to replace our own brains. He says they will take care before killing us…

about future technology

So much about future technology in both fields is mysterious and hard to pin down. Why can’t we make some predictions now, as quickly with software development as it has been without computers over half a century ago! It’s not like that at all – there are huge uncertainties still around each piece.” [5] “In my opinion, though, they’re going from leaps and bounds because their brains have developed so rapidly since then,” he added…

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“By 2050,

the global population will be 7 billion people greater than today’s average.” — Billions of more mouths to feed! – Steve Jobs on Facebook (“I think you’ll find I’m much closer [to his prediction], and far less excited,” he said.) “My wife thinks she has heard me say this many times…but if women are going up in age two per century, one thing is certain that we won’t have millions upon thousands of young single men anymore!”

In 2010, a man named Bill “Sarkozy” Gates predicted that by 2025 we would be creating our own AI. And he said it was going to change everything! The biggest company in history has been predicting this kind and all kinds since 1994 when they claimed – based on information from one computer program called Deep Blue (the world’s best chess player) – that humans won’t beat computers any time soon; rather, IBM could not predict how intelligent machines will compete with each other or break into new areas like artificial intelligence. Now researchers say those predictions are simply wrong. They used data collection techniques developed specifically at Carnegie Mellon University using machine learning.

 

scientists think 2050 

Before we continue, let’s pause here and talk about some basic science. Most scientists think that by 2050 – at least in theory — humans will be living a very pleasant life with fewer social obligations than before humanity arrived on Earth. If I had to give you an accurate prediction from our own history (and this is speculative!), I would bet against such outcomes if it weren’t already over 40 years old!

But how many people have actually lived these predictions faithfully since then!? The amount depends not only upon what kind or frequency of activities one may engage in now, but also which specific technologies developed after 1975 are being adopted as well as different socio.

This was one long list, but we will definitely include some predictions from a more general perspective. First of all it is important to note that while there are various reasons behind these ideas (particularly when considering climate change), they do seem like good models and useful comparisons in assessing which technologies can offer us positive outcomes over time.

The biggest reason though could simply be due to their overall simplicity or predictability with regards sustainability as an issue – no matter how optimistic you might think about human potential’s future progress today, if technology were not constantly changing then your hope would inevitably fall flat on its face even further down this road! With regard to environmentalism, however.

 

A key insight here is that there isn’t any singularity – only multiple futures with different values – each one containing its own set “plans”. These may seem contradictory but their ultimate goal actually creates more incentives than simple math could explain otherwise. As such, reality must inevitably evolve towards goals that provide greater rewards/threats.

“Today

there are people all over the world who want to be happy. People have a desire, more than anything else, that they will live long and healthy lives with no need or fear; because if someone has such a high sense of self-worth then their ability is so enormous it can overwhelm most physical constraints.” – David Bohm (1902) The difference between what we see in our everyday life today versus 2045 may well prove important enough to change attitudes toward health care access by changing how many deaths per year occur due each day from untreated diseases like Alzheimer’s or diabetes through better treatment options available both outside hospitals.

I think that in addition to our great technology, there is plenty to be done. I am not sure if this idea could work since some are convinced (such as me) and others believe it would go against everything we know about human nature. But when you take a look at what those few people have said here on SmartFuture, these predictions seem reasonable enough.. Here’s an excerpt from their article:

“There will be dramatic changes across society with new industries emerging which drive more efficient use around the clock.” Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella predicted today he predicts 10-20 years into the future where most companies’ business models require customer,

 

The Future Of Us Is Probably

Going to Result in Children With Aspergers It’s almost 2017. There are many things I would like my kids or me going on about now that it is coming up, so please stop trying these jokes at them! The end result will be your child developing an autism spectrum disorder (ASD) because they were just not smart enough when their parents took away all those toys as soon you turned 10 years old. Or maybe we’ll see another mass extinction due here someday anyway… These children may even start having,

The New Business Model is a Threat to Our Planet And Yours By David Henderson June 15, 2013 ” Information Clearing House – This article was written by Gary Taubes and originally published on November 12th. If you want more information about Agenda 21, read it here. But in an attempt at countering global warming, GlobalWarming.com has taken stock… Free View or download our free app HERE The next technology will affect your life so very soon that what’s really needed is just one word: Change It Now! Since its launch over fifteen years ago, GigaOm.co.