What future technologies will those born in the 2000s find

And what are their advantagesThe Next Web publication in its new article listed the technologies that the modern generation Z can catch the implementation of. From medical nanorobots to warp engines that bend space itself.DiscussWhat technologies of the future will be found by those born in the 2000s< p class="jsx-349690625">Nanobots: tiny machines that function at the cellular level, capable of repairing tissue, destroying intruders, and delivering needed nanomedicines. This does not necessarily mean filling the circulatory system with trillions of microscopic bits of metal and silicon. Most likely, scientists will be able to turn today's bacteria into robots capable of performing code functions inside our body. Perhaps thanks to them we can increase the duration of our lives.

Another technology that could affect countless human lives is fusion energy. Fortunately, we are already on the verge of solving this problem, judging by the news from China. With any luck, by the time Gen Z's grandchildren are old enough to drive, we'll have advanced technology to the next level, the publication believes.

Quantum computers. According to the publication, if we can make classical algorithms learn to drive cars, then you can imagine what we can do with quantum supercomputer clusters that use a huge amount of data and process this information at almost instantaneous speed.

It is well known that humanity has a need for speed. And if we ever have the intention of seeing stars other than the Sun, we will need spaceships that can travel very, very fast. Or, instead of moving faster, we could theoretically exploit the oddities of the universe and navigate through warped bubbles in space with exotic temporal properties, but that's not a close technology yet. It's called a warp drive.

Source: The Next Web