SYSTEMS: Thinking about how our lives will evolve even further as a result of technology is a lot easier than implementing it. But we all have to start somewhere. Whether we like it or not, being constantly connected and proliferation of micro devices is likely to transform everything we do. Read more on The New York Times.
From employment to leisure and transportation to education, technology is changing the world at a faster pace than ever before.
Already, people wear computers on their faces, robots scurry through factories and battlefields and driverless cars dot the highway that cuts through Silicon Valley.
Almost two-thirds of Americans think technological change will lead to a better future, while about one-third think people’s lives will be worse as a result.
So what might happen?
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NB:Body technology image via Shutterstock.