The world has been shrinking as technology makes it possible for us to be connected across the globe. People find solace in stories of human marvels and superhumans that keep them entertained and glued to their screens. It is not just about connecting with people but also helping people understand our planet better and solve some of the most pressing environmental issues we face in the 21st century.

1. Quantum Computing

Quantum computers are machines designed to harness the power of atoms and molecules to process data at lightning speeds. They are super powerful compared with classical computers, but they are also extremely delicate. Scientists cannot yet control the placement of quantum bits (qubits) with precision, making it difficult for them to perform operations on many qubits.

2. General Artificial Intelligence (AGI)

Artificial intelligence is used to describe machines that can think like humans; however, this is not exactly true. At the moment, numerous subcategories of artificial intelligence involve machine learning to solve problems. Examples include speech recognition and autonomous driving.

3. New Rumored MacBook Air Pro

The new MacBook Air is, of the 24-inch iMac, specs are not known. Although it has been stated that macOS will still be supported in 2022, Apple’s official support page has already removed all traces of High Sierra and older versions. iOS 13 also will add a native dark mode, which will also be available to the macOS in 2022. Because of the high cost of purchasing the new MacBook air pro or any model in general, it would be wise to look into protecting your investment like leather MacBook cases to protect it from dust and scratches.

4. Drones That Are Capable of Carrying Human Passengers

Currently, drones capable of carrying a human passenger are stuck in a legal grey area. While drones are acceptable to carry out tasks like inspecting oil pipelines or delivering goods from A to B, flying people around does not have federal approval yet.

5. Virtual Reality Redefining social media

With the launch of affordable VR headsets such as Oculus Rift and HTC Vivi, more people than ever can experience virtual reality first-hand. This has led to increased demand for 360-degree videos that help bring you closer to the action than traditional camera angles.

6. Artificial Emotions

The idea of creating robots that can feel emotions has been explored in science fiction for decades; however, it is only recently that the technology became advanced enough to make it happen. It is now possible to imbue robots with artificial intelligence to recognize human emotions and respond accordingly. This has far-reaching implications for the future of robotics as emotional robots could be used almost anywhere where emotional responses would aid in completing a task or improving safety.

7. Quantum Sensors That Can Detect Anything

A quantum sensor is a device that can detect a wide range of different particles and elements. It uses a fundamental principle called superposition, which works by measuring disturbances in an unknown field or particle to reveal what it consists of. So far, scientists have developed only basic quantum sensors capable of detecting small particles like photons and electrons; however, this technology can be further developed and allow us to find out more about climate change, seismic activity or other phenomena that are currently unpredictable.

8. Virtual Reality Used for Training in Healthcare

While virtual reality is now used to help people overcome fears like public speaking or flying, it will soon become an integral part of medical education. By simulating medical procedures in virtual reality, healthcare students will experience them before ever seeing a patient. This will improve the quality of care and help reduce the associated costs by reducing the number of mistakes made during training.

9. High-Speed 5G Networks

One of the main bottlenecks in ultra-fast 5G network development has been the lack of suitable hardware that can support such speeds. Given that this technology is essential for helping autonomous cars and other transport systems, it will receive a significant boost in 2022 by releasing new chipsets by Intel. Qualcomm and other companies working on 5G standards are confident that we may see the first commercial 5G networks as early as 2019.

10. High-Powered Laser Weapons to Challenge Conventional Ones

Conventional weapons such as missiles and bombs have been increasing in range and firepower over the last decade; however, laser technology has made it possible to create even more powerful weapons that can take out targets at much longer distances.


With the advancement in tech, life will become much easier in the coming years, because it will create an environment for innovativeness and a spirit of healthy competition.