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Tech that will change the way we live in the nearest future

Technology has the potential to do many things, one of which is to alter the course of history. Because we live in an era where science and technology can assist us, make our lives easier, and cause a rethinking of the way we go about our daily lives, we should take advantage of this opportunity.

The technology to which we are already exposed and accustomed has paved the way for us to innovate even further, and the technologies on this list, both current and future, have the potential to significantly improve our quality of life even further.

Our list of technologies that will "probably" change our lives forever over the next decade and beyond includes the following items:

A toilet that analyses your deposits

Toilets that are connected to the internet are not a new concept. To this day, the Japanese are renowned for their incredible toilets, which feature posterior warming seats, built-in bidets, and a variety of other features. The toilet of the future may go one step further by analyzing your leavings to determine if you are suffering from an illness.

Consider how effective a device like this could be in assisting people in detecting signs of bowel cancer early on, before the disease progresses to a more serious stage. It could also alert you to dietary issues or deficiencies that need to be addressed in order to improve your overall health and wellbeing.

Colonisation of other planets

We've been wreaking havoc on the planet for a long time, and the planet can only take so much of humanity's destructive nature before it becomes unbearable.

If we don't destroy it, we'll outgrow it in a matter of years. There are plans in the works to colonize other planets, with Mars undoubtedly being the first stop on the journey.

The advancement of technology is causing this vision of the future to quickly become science fact, rather than science fiction, as time goes on.

Wearable screens

Despite the fact that we are currently daydreaming about foldable phones and screens, the future could very well be screenless.

There are a plethora of projector-like devices that can project usable screens onto your skin, clothing, or other surfaces that are capable of being touched. The future of smartphone technology may not even necessitate the use of a device that you carry in your pocket, but rather something you wear or have implanted.

Robots in space and in the workplace

NASA is already deploying robots of varying shapes and sizes into space, according to the agency. As technology advances, this makes more and more sense. Robots don't have to worry about running out of oxygen or running out of food, and they can be loaded with sensors that send data back to Earth.

Exactly the same holds true in the workplace. Robots can take on the more difficult, dangerous, and monotonous jobs, saving mankind the trouble and danger of doing so manually. In addition, they have the potential to operate more quickly, efficiently, and with fewer mistakes in theory.

Flying cars

When there's no more room on the roads, it's not unreasonable to think that we'll take to the skies to find a solution. There are already a plethora of intriguing flying car designs on the market, demonstrating that this is a realistic possibility in the near future.

Perhaps, even if we don't have flying cars, we will all have other modes of personal transportation - jetpacks, for example, have been a popular pursuit of inventors and thrill-seekers for many years now.

Space Tourism

We can fly to virtually any country in the world without a hitch, but what if we could all see the earth from space at some point in the near future?

Many companies, including Virgin Galactic, SpaceX, and even Amazon's Blue Origin, are working hard to make it a reality, and to provide us with a (very expensive) seat on a spaceship that will transport us into orbit. It is anticipated that passengers on Amazon's New Shepard space shuttle will be transported 100 kilometers above sea level before parachuting back to the planet.

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