Government Technology

Likely and Unlikely Techs in the Future (Infographic)



January 29, 2013 By

When it comes to emerging technologies, scientists, politicians, journalists and bloggers have 40 intriguing predictions about the shape of the world from 2013 to 2150, as shown on the following BBC Future infographic -- such as Google acquiring Pinterest before year's end.

What else can we expect? The use of digital currency and by 2022, the iPhone 15. See what else is most likely (and least likely) to occur in tech over the next 100-plus years below:

 


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