Nano will change our lives

Justin Rubner reports in Atlanta Business Chronicle that in 2029, people and computers will be “intimately connected” in profound ways, thanks to breakthrough advances in [tag]artificial intelligence[/tag], [tag]nanotechnology[/tag] and a soon-to-be-acquired knowledge of the human brain.

That’s according to futurist Ray Kurzweil, who spoke Feb. 7 at the Technology Association of Georgia’s annual summit in Smyrna. Kurzweil, author of “The Age of Spiritual Machines” and inventor of the speech-to-text synthesizer, predicts scientists by 2029 will have created “[tag]nanobots[/tag]” capable of repairing the human body from within and immersing the five senses in full virtual reality environments. Nanobots also will be able to make us smarter too, he predicts: improving memory, sensory and cognitive abilities.

“Computers will disappear,” he said, as visiting a Web site will become a mobile, virtual reality experience and “displays will be written directly on our retinas” from eyeglasses and contact lenses.

Personally I think that even more fantastic is the possibility to build small robots being able to clean up my bloodvessels. I wonder how our world looks like in 100 years.
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