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June 13, 2014, 11:09:51 PM
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What do you think computers will be like in 2030? 
Will they look like what they are today, or will everything become a computer?

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June 13, 2014, 11:11:49 PM
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I hope computers don't take over the world. If they don't i hope they run at 30000 fps. I hope they are powerful and amazing, and can make me a hot chocolate with marshmallows as i'm playing video games!!!!
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June 13, 2014, 11:13:51 PM
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I hope computers don't take over the world. If they don't i hope they run at 30000 fps. I hope they are powerful and amazing, and can make me a hot chocolate with marshmallows as i'm playing video games!!!!

That would be a robot - not a computer.   Wink

Seriously though, computers will be everywhere by 2030, if they haven't already taken over.

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June 13, 2014, 11:19:57 PM
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it will get smaller and smaller. ray kurzweil has mentiond that he thinks there will be nanobots that we use to treat diseases. 15 years doesn't seem like a long time for technological advance, but with weber's law and the idea of singularity.. many crazy ideas are possible.
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June 13, 2014, 11:39:53 PM
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I hope computers don't take over the world. If they don't i hope they run at 30000 fps. I hope they are powerful and amazing, and can make me a hot chocolate with marshmallows as i'm playing video games!!!!

That would be a robot - not a computer.   Wink

Seriously though, computers will be everywhere by 2030, if they haven't already taken over.

Computing units are everywhere today. My oven has a cpu, my timed light switch does also have a small one etc etc. More and more house machines are starting to have processing units for their own. Maybe in some years we'll live in a house that every device in it has it's own intelligence. Witch might not be that brilliant, but still. This technology progresses so fast.
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June 14, 2014, 12:24:15 AM
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I think they will be integrated into darn near everything that is electronic in your home.  From door locks, to thermostats.  Hopefully...they still have a REAL keyboard and we don't see everything with a touchscreen keyboard! Smiley
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June 14, 2014, 12:28:23 AM
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I think they will be integrated into darn near everything that is electronic in your home.  From door locks, to thermostats.  Hopefully...they still have a REAL keyboard and we don't see everything with a touchscreen keyboard! Smiley
Help! My neighbors hacked my thermostat and the temperature of my house ranges from 15 degrees to 115!

The future is going to suck.
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June 14, 2014, 12:29:38 AM
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Computers would be everywhere, even inside your body monitoring your bloodpressure, sugar , your heart and analyzing your blood, urine and stool and giving real time data to your doctor. Computers would be connected directly to your brain, you can text, email, watch tv, browsing the net by just thinking it.

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June 14, 2014, 12:34:24 AM
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Computers would be everywhere, even inside your body monitoring your bloodpressure, sugar , your heart and analyzing your blood, urine and stool and giving real time data to your doctor. Computers would be connected directly to your brain, you can text, email, watch tv, browsing the net by just thinking it.
And then our brain computers get viruses, and we get a bunch of annoying advertising every fifteen minutes. Smiley
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June 14, 2014, 12:34:39 AM
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I think they will be integrated into darn near everything that is electronic in your home.  From door locks, to thermostats.  Hopefully...they still have a REAL keyboard and we don't see everything with a touchscreen keyboard! Smiley
Help! My neighbors hacked my thermostat and the temperature of my house ranges from 15 degrees to 115!

The future is going to suck.

Hah!  Smiley   Yea, know what you mean.  There is already stories being circulated around about Cars that are getting hacked by people.
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June 14, 2014, 12:53:48 AM
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Computers would be everywhere, even inside your body monitoring your bloodpressure, sugar , your heart and analyzing your blood, urine and stool and giving real time data to your doctor. Computers would be connected directly to your brain, you can text, email, watch tv, browsing the net by just thinking it.
And then our brain computers get viruses, and we get a bunch of annoying advertising every fifteen minutes. Smiley

Let's talk only the positive features for now. It clearly outweigh the negatives. Imagine watching 3d porn on your mind It would look very real. Virtual reality worlds would be made possible using this technology, think you are inside of matrix. I'm sure there are always antivirus that can protect your brain computer.

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June 14, 2014, 01:50:05 AM
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your mobile phone will be more powerful than your brain

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June 14, 2014, 02:05:36 AM
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your mobile phone will be more powerful than your brain

Mobile phones are already far beyond the intelligence of any human being.

What do you think computers will be like in 2030?  
Will they look like what they are today, or will everything become a computer?

I think the Digital Age will take over. Digital equipment is already advancing every minute via unique strings of code.
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June 14, 2014, 02:39:25 AM
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Computers would be everywhere, even inside your body monitoring your bloodpressure, sugar , your heart and analyzing your blood, urine and stool and giving real time data to your doctor. Computers would be connected directly to your brain, you can text, email, watch tv, browsing the net by just thinking it.
And then our brain computers get viruses, and we get a bunch of annoying advertising every fifteen minutes. Smiley

Let's talk only the positive features for now. It clearly outweigh the negatives. Imagine watching 3d porn on your mind It would look very real. Virtual reality worlds would be made possible using this technology, think you are inside of matrix. I'm sure there are always antivirus that can protect your brain computer.

No matter where technology goes, it will no doubt keep makeing porn better
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June 14, 2014, 02:44:36 AM
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Moore's law predicts that the number of discrete elements on a square-inch silicon integrated circuit will double every two years. While it's not exactly a direct relationship, you can interpret that to mean that computers will double in processing power every two years. That means in the years between 2010 and 2050, computer processing power will double 20 times if Moore's law holds true.

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June 14, 2014, 03:07:13 AM
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your mobile phone will be more powerful than your brain

Mobile phones are already far beyond the intelligence of any human being.

WHOA!  Smiley  Phones are not more intelligent than humans - nothing is, yet.

Did you mean to say phones have more processing power than a brain?

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June 14, 2014, 03:16:13 AM
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your mobile phone will be more powerful than your brain

Mobile phones are already far beyond the intelligence of any human being.

WHOA!  Smiley  Phones are not more intelligent than humans - nothing is, yet.

Did you mean to say phones have more processing power than a brain?
No, I think he was being quite literal. I for one can vouch for him.

Seriously, most of the users aren't more intelligent than their phone. The phone could beat them in most things if given the right tools.

I've given up on society's use of phones as being something constructive. They're used for useless "selfie" photo shoots with unrelated descriptions, they type faster with two thumbs than they do with two whole hands (12 WPM on a computer vs. 34 WPM on a phone) and feel they are entitled to the next phone that comes out. You would still get the monkies coming back even if Apple or Samsung (Or whoever) yanked their prices 10-fold, and guess what would happen to the national household debt?

The person who made smartphones was a genius. Get all the zombies hooked, make em feel entitled, jack the price far beyond manufacturing cost, and bam! He's a billionaire, at the least having a few dozen million dollars.

The next generation is going to be horid, but the smart people will take advantage and rule over the masses of phone addicts.

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June 14, 2014, 03:59:15 AM
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Computers would be everywhere, even inside your body monitoring your bloodpressure, sugar , your heart and analyzing your blood, urine and stool and giving real time data to your doctor. Computers would be connected directly to your brain, you can text, email, watch tv, browsing the net by just thinking it.

ok, this is scary.
Has anybody here seen the movie "Her"?  Because the world they show there seems like smth that might happen to us in 30 years. And such thing as falling in love with damn Siri (even though its just weird) will be a common thing.  Undecided
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June 14, 2014, 04:07:06 AM
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Most of the computing power won't be in hand-held devices as we'll reach a physical limit on carrying around processing power. However, most power will come from the ability of networking. Pretty much, the device you hold in your hand will be a giant antenna that's meant to decode video and send touch. Pretty much, I see VDI being the future for both desktops and mobile devices.

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June 14, 2014, 04:15:46 AM
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Computers would be everywhere, even inside your body monitoring your bloodpressure, sugar , your heart and analyzing your blood, urine and stool and giving real time data to your doctor. Computers would be connected directly to your brain, you can text, email, watch tv, browsing the net by just thinking it.

ok, this is scary.
Has anybody here seen the movie "Her"?  Because the world they show there seems like smth that might happen to us in 30 years. And such thing as falling in love with damn Siri (even though its just weird) will be a common thing.  Undecided

I thought Her was a pretty good movie. I know this is way off topic, but Theodore mostly fell in love with Sammantha because they had the same image or 'likes' of the world. Of course, this is because Theo basically made her.

Time to get on topic:

Doesn't that 'love' come with some devices, though? I'm not talking of love in the sense of the movie, but I was pretty much in love with every gaming computer I made. The people who made the Internet had to love their finish product.
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