Technology driven change is happening quickly, prompting predictions about how American’s will live, work, play and shop that seem outlandish, but probably aren’t.
The World Economic Forum, a Switzerland-based organization whose lofty mission is to improve the state of the World, offers a forward-looking take on five technologies that are likely to impact daily life by 2030. In a piece titled, “This is what life will be like in 2030,” co-authors by Mike Moradi and Lin Yang paint a futuristic vision that is probably closer to eventual reality that some unattainable science fiction dream that defies the laws of physics.
Moradi is co-founder and CEO of Sensulin, a company developing the first once-a-day insulin for diabetes. Yang is founder and President of the Innovation Ideas Institute, a think tank dedicated to research on innovation in China.
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