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Things we use today won’t be there in 20 years

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With the advent of the new millennium, progress and change are more rapid than ever before. For example, there are things we use today that will not exist in 20 years. Even when comparing the lifestyle and things used in 1996-2016, we find that mobile phones and the Internet have witnessed remarkable developments and become more widespread. So, we have to stop at a few things and wonder how these things will be different in the next 20 years.

1. Mobile phone charger:

A new problem with new technology that will replace everything is that it will require energy. Now if you go to a place without a mobile phone charger, it is annoying to you however if you need to keep using the mobile phone because it contains your information (credit card, car insurance and a lot of stored things that you need to carry all the time. This is It means taking some time to connect the mobile phone to the charger for a few hours.

However, if we look at solving this problem, we find that few companies are seeking to develop technology that would allow people to charge their devices without even taking it out of their pocket. Specifically, using radio waves, using antennas that focus on cellular signals, using Wi-Fi to charge a phone while facing in a pocket, and using a device that converts radio power into battery power.

This technology is not far away either. In late 2016, the company Energous plans to launch a wireless charger from a distance of up to 5 feet and a charger suitable for a distance of 10 feet in order to be suitable for charging using USB and over time the distance reaches 15 feet.

And before the coming of 2036, this technology will be clear and effective when used.

2. Portfolio:

Over time the wallet may become obsolete simply because there will be something to put these things in and outsource. You probably won’t use physical currency but other things like credit cards and debit cards will be changed into apps. This shift is already happening with apps like Apple Pay, Samsung Pay.

It is expected to start applying digital identification by 2025, and the car will be displayed independently, and by 2040 it can eliminate the need to obtain a driver’s license completely. Finally, there are many things that must be kept safe such as money and private items for identification. And if you lose your wallet, it can lead to a lot of problems like identity theft. However, phones are encrypted and even phone makers can trace back to a new system of locating if they are lost or stolen.

Thus, there is no need to obtain debit and credit cards or a driver’s license, and there may be a new form of wallets in 2036 AD.

 3. Coins:

There are many expectations that during 2036 there will be inflation in copper prices, so the use of copper coins will be eliminated in many countries. Many countries are seeking to get rid of them and offer new ways to collect personal wealth and abolish dealing in coins such as the copper penny, which needs 1.7 cents to make one penny.

 4. Passwords:

In theory, niche passwords are a good idea for security. However, on average most people have around 10 passwords, which should be complex for maximum security and half of people forget this method and always need to reset it again. The problem is that our brains have difficulty remembering the complex sequence of passwords, especially those used, which include symbols, letters and numbers in random order, according to technology experts.

Since 20 years, passwords have not been subject to any developments and technology is being developed that uses different biometrics that will be difficult to copy. This includes iris scanning, voice recognition and fingerprint scanning, which actually allows for increased security and the use of several applications for facial recognition, even using a scanner that recognizes the veins in people’s hands.

In addition to eliminating passwords to increase security, it analyzes more than 500 people and how these people carry cell phones, and surveys how they use the Internet and what sites they visit.

5. Physical media:

The physical media we use to preserve movies, music, books, and games. Years ago, the transition began from storing these categories on physical media such as CDs to digital storage means that are well available and converting to DVDs, for example storing music and different categories on the computer and burning each CD to get rid of it in addition to that the files you download will not be Scratched or damaged unlike disks.

Physical media includes printed books and if you’re a book lover it’s not crazy to think that print books will be gone after 20 years. They are other forms of physical media that do not necessarily affect the experience, but there is a clear difference between reading a printed book and reading e-mail.

6. Injection needle:

When you see an injection needle that has a stick of metal in it, it looks scary and it always feels like a bad idea when trying these injections, especially for people who don’t like needle sticks. And the Massachusetts Institute of Technology is looking for new ways to give people injections without making any holes in the skin and trying to apply flying injections, meaning that these injections can be released quickly and able to inject the drug at faster than the speed of sound, which allows the drug to flow through the skin hole.

The second technique may be a safer method, which is the needles in the coated capsules that deliver the drug directly to the stomach lining. This new method of swallowing the injection allows doctors to give patients who suffer from large antibodies much more efficiently, and this includes, drugs used in the treatment of cancer and vaccines.

7. Washers and dryers:

When a washing machine does laundry this is really not a difficult chore. Especially when compared to how things were before electric washer and dryers. However, we know that no one likes washing themselves because it is a tiring and time consuming process. The good news for you here is that after 20 years we may not need washing machines. Two groups of researchers in China in 2012 and another group in Australia in 2016 are applying nanoparticle coatings that give a reaction similar to bleaching when exposed to sunlight. For the tray group, it took 18 hours to be able to wash them. For the Australian group, it took 40 minutes. Once you put these particles and then put them in the sun, you will be able to wash your clothes with ease.

8. Car mirror:

Many cars now resort to the use of installing cameras in the car, and in fact this will be implemented starting in May 2018, as all cars that are manufactured are required to have a rear view camera. In addition, once the rear mirror was replaced, the cameras were expected to replace the side mirror. It enables you to see the road in HD quality.

9. Metal keys:

You will notice a radical change in the use of metal keys that will almost disappear in the next 20 years, and that you will carry an electronic device that enables you to press the button to open the car anywhere else. These digital keys are more than keys that lock and unlock doors and can also be sent to guests and control who can access to open the locks at any time.

It will become easier to copy digital keys to choose by placing a set of information such as credit cards, ID, car key.

10. Getting rid of queues:

Certainly, online shopping has advantages as compared to retail shopping. However, sometimes if you want to have a particular product with just a touch, you come up with the product before you buy it. And sometimes there are benefits to browsing the store while visiting the website and certain sectors that enable you to eliminate the queues completely because there is nothing that is not applicable and many stores are looking to follow many innovative ways.

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