By 2050, the world has experienced a drastic transformation, with technology playing a major role in our everyday lives. Artificial Intelligence and robotics have reached an unprecedented level, making the need for manual labour almost obsolete. With a rise in automation, the current wealth class distribution is drastically changing, as low-wage jobs are replaced with machines, creating a more equitable distribution of wealth.
The world of transportation has also undergone great changes, with flying cars, underground hyper-sonic trains, and even teleportation becoming the norm. This has enabled humanity to travel faster and farther than ever before, breaking down physical borders and allowing for increased cultural exchange and global understanding.
In the home, the Internet of Things, or IoT, is ubiquitous, allowing us to control our homes with a voice command, or even use a neuralink computer-brain interface to interact with the world around us. Smart homes, with devices like “smart fridges” that order your groceries and “smart mirrors” that give you real-time updates on the weather, are the norm.
Outside the home, blockchain technology has revolutionized the way we do business, with decentralised finance, or Defi, becoming commonplace. This has also enabled us to store and transfer