has its issues relating to governance, decentralization, consensus, and adoption. If it becomes mainstream, it will pose an immense risk to the financial and economic system of the world.
Smartphones are first in line to get lost into invisibility. The need of the hour is better integration with humans and new, innovative ways of interacting with devices. We think bioelectronics breakthroughs can help us with that.
The 60 plus seem to be engaging in social media almost as fervently as the younger population. It perhaps helps them to get a social identity which was in some ways curtailed by the end of the working career.
Too much intake of anything is harmful to us. The same happens when the digital world overtakes our real physical world and prevents us from interacting with fellow humans, family members, and other natural objects.
Machines can replace all functions of humans using sensors, actuators, and computers. The only thing they cannot replace is the human touch and experience. In the near future, we would vie for human interaction the most.