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What Will the Internet Be Like in the Next 50 Years? #8186459 02/28/21 10:59 AM
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WOW..............read on.
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https://www.popularmechanics.com/technology/infrastructure/a29666802/future-of-the-internet/


Our world has become smaller thanks to the digital age, whether spoken or written word. No longer are one-word messages crashing in the middle of being sent. But our experts agree that we are still evolving. In the near-future, typing messages will go away in favor of verbal and auditory communications, much like what’s already been introduced in Apple’s Siri and Amazon’s Alexa.
“You won’t search anymore, you’ll just ask questions,” says Paul Jones, the founder of ibiblo, one of the internet’s largest collection of open source materials (like Project Gutenberg), “It will be more like having a conversation.”
Donath says that technological advancements will adapt to this new era of vocal communications. “Earbuds will [be] replaced by invisible implants that modulate all hearing—sometimes shutting out the surrounding soundscape in favor of the virtual one, sometimes amplifying a single nearby voice; effectively all of one’s hearing will be mediated through these audio implants,” she writes.
Both Jones and Donath separately noted that predictive technologies, essentially omnipresent autocorrect, will become more accurate which will make communication faster and require less brainpower. Also, due to our ability to mix speech with augmented reality, doors will open that will allow us to understand and communicate with everyone.
“Instead of learning new languages, we will just install a translation app that allows us to live-translate our own speech in real-time,” says Jillian York, Electronic Frontier Foundation’s director for international freedom of expression. Negrin agreed that communication will transform in the future. “Our entire knowledge ecosystem will exist online, enabling you to understand everyone’s point of view regardless of who they are and where they live, whenever you want it.”
To go along with vocalizations, Donath says that small gestures and gaze tracking will provide ways for us to communicate and interact with our environment more dynamically. This would also be the beginning of what Paul Jones calls “neuro-engagement.” As he describes it, this technology would be initially developed for those who can not vocally communicate before being adopted by all. “It will be a mesh of connectivity between devices and [human] communication” where things are done via sight and thoughts.


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I stopped reading at verbal. I grew up in ARKANSAS and you should hear my verbal. go around the bob wor fence first.


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Re: What Will the Internet Be Like in the Next 50 Years? [Re: fadetoblack64] #8186481 02/28/21 12:28 PM
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I dont think we can even comprehend what it will be like then. Can you imagine going back 50 years and trying to explain the internet we have now to people?


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Originally Posted by fadetoblack64
WOW..............read on.
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https://www.popularmechanics.com/technology/infrastructure/a29666802/future-of-the-internet/


Our world has become smaller thanks to the digital age, whether spoken or written word. No longer are one-word messages crashing in the middle of being sent. But our experts agree that we are still evolving. In the near-future, typing messages will go away in favor of verbal and auditory communications, much like what’s already been introduced in Apple’s Siri and Amazon’s Alexa.
“You won’t search anymore, you’ll just ask questions,” says Paul Jones, the founder of ibiblo, one of the internet’s largest collection of open source materials (like Project Gutenberg), “It will be more like having a conversation.”
Donath says that technological advancements will adapt to this new era of vocal communications. “Earbuds will [be] replaced by invisible implants that modulate all hearing—sometimes shutting out the surrounding soundscape in favor of the virtual one, sometimes amplifying a single nearby voice; effectively all of one’s hearing will be mediated through these audio implants,” she writes.
Both Jones and Donath separately noted that predictive technologies, essentially omnipresent autocorrect, will become more accurate which will make communication faster and require less brainpower. Also, due to our ability to mix speech with augmented reality, doors will open that will allow us to understand and communicate with everyone.
“Instead of learning new languages, we will just install a translation app that allows us to live-translate our own speech in real-time,” says Jillian York, Electronic Frontier Foundation’s director for international freedom of expression. Negrin agreed that communication will transform in the future. “Our entire knowledge ecosystem will exist online, enabling you to understand everyone’s point of view regardless of who they are and where they live, whenever you want it.”
To go along with vocalizations, Donath says that small gestures and gaze tracking will provide ways for us to communicate and interact with our environment more dynamically. This would also be the beginning of what Paul Jones calls “neuro-engagement.” As he describes it, this technology would be initially developed for those who can not vocally communicate before being adopted by all. “It will be a mesh of connectivity between devices and [human] communication” where things are done via sight and thoughts.



From what I see in our society, the highlighted part will be a necessity.


Re: What Will the Internet Be Like in the Next 50 Years? [Re: fadetoblack64] #8186514 02/28/21 01:25 PM
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I will not be here, along with more than a few of you.


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Re: What Will the Internet Be Like in the Next 50 Years? [Re: fadetoblack64] #8186544 02/28/21 02:12 PM
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Internet will be the top single consumer of electric power worldwide.

Re: What Will the Internet Be Like in the Next 50 Years? [Re: fadetoblack64] #8186571 02/28/21 02:34 PM
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Don't think we'll have internet in the next 50 years.

Re: What Will the Internet Be Like in the Next 50 Years? [Re: bill oxner] #8186573 02/28/21 02:35 PM
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Originally Posted by bill oxner
I will not be here, along with more than a few of you.

You never Know Mr. Bill, you may be the next world's oldest person.

Re: What Will the Internet Be Like in the Next 50 Years? [Re: TCM3] #8186579 02/28/21 02:39 PM
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Originally Posted by TCM3
Don't think we'll have internet in the next 50 years.



That is a stereotypical post by you.


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Originally Posted by bill oxner
Originally Posted by TCM3
Don't think we'll have internet in the next 50 years.



That is a stereotypical post by you.


Think I should download this book?



"Brave New World
By Aldous Huxley
“A masterpiece” (The Wall Street Journal): This classic work offers a satirical and disturbing view of the future — a world in which class roles are reinforced by genetic manipulation and family, freedom, and love are considered grotesque. “Aldous Huxley is the greatest 20th-century writer in English” (Chicago Tribune).
Literary Fiction"


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Re: What Will the Internet Be Like in the Next 50 Years? [Re: bill oxner] #8186733 02/28/21 04:35 PM
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Originally Posted by bill oxner
I will not be here, along with more than a few of you.
That is a stereotypical post by you. "not my problem , not my fight".

What ever happened to leaving this place better for the future generations.
Now days its, I got mine , well bye.


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Originally Posted by Tin Head
Originally Posted by bill oxner
I will not be here, along with more than a few of you.
That is a stereotypical post by you. "not my problem , not my fight".

What ever happened to leaving this place better for the future generations.
Now days its, I got mine , well bye.



Don't gore his Ox................pretty sure Bill invented the little blue Viagra pill at Phizer. He made the world a happier place.


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1980: I bet we will have flying cars by 2020
2021: We need to reassign the gender of this plastic potato.

Thankfully I will be long dead by then.....

Re: What Will the Internet Be Like in the Next 50 Years? [Re: fadetoblack64] #8186759 02/28/21 04:58 PM
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Originally Posted by fadetoblack64
WOW..............read on.
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https://www.popularmechanics.com/technology/infrastructure/a29666802/future-of-the-internet/


Our world has become smaller thanks to the digital age, whether spoken or written word. No longer are one-word messages crashing in the middle of being sent. But our experts agree that we are still evolving. In the near-future, typing messages will go away in favor of verbal and auditory communications, much like what’s already been introduced in Apple’s Siri and Amazon’s Alexa.
“You won’t search anymore, you’ll just ask questions,” says Paul Jones, the founder of ibiblo, one of the internet’s largest collection of open source materials (like Project Gutenberg), “It will be more like having a conversation.”
Donath says that technological advancements will adapt to this new era of vocal communications. “Earbuds will [be] replaced by invisible implants that modulate all hearing—sometimes shutting out the surrounding soundscape in favor of the virtual one, sometimes amplifying a single nearby voice; effectively all of one’s hearing will be mediated through these audio implants,” she writes.
Both Jones and Donath separately noted that predictive technologies, essentially omnipresent autocorrect, will become more accurate which will make communication faster and require less brainpower. Also, due to our ability to mix speech with augmented reality, doors will open that will allow us to understand and communicate with everyone.
“Instead of learning new languages, we will just install a translation app that allows us to live-translate our own speech in real-time,” says Jillian York, Electronic Frontier Foundation’s director for international freedom of expression. Negrin agreed that communication will transform in the future. “Our entire knowledge ecosystem will exist online, enabling you to understand everyone’s point of view regardless of who they are and where they live, whenever you want it.”
To go along with vocalizations, Donath says that small gestures and gaze tracking will provide ways for us to communicate and interact with our environment more dynamically. This would also be the beginning of what Paul Jones calls “neuro-engagement.” As he describes it, this technology would be initially developed for those who can not vocally communicate before being adopted by all. “It will be a mesh of connectivity between devices and [human] communication” where things are done via sight and thoughts.


this sounds pretty innocent on the top and coming from popular mechanics just gives it that extra touch of innocence. In reality this just spells out their agenda ,ONCE AGAIN....
It leads itself back to the transhumanism agenda they are pushing today. You will have implants (mark of the beast) . There will be one language, another one of their agendas to destroy different cultures and make one subject. Destroy individualism and all will be bigger slaves than they are today.
Some one wants to play god and will have that role with this agenda. This is also old news we are closer to this than most know. They have been trying to get us used the idea of implanted chips and marks for many years. Today is , get the chip that says you have been vaccinated done for your neighbor and to travel . The transhumanism agenda has been going on many years. A lot of the DNA harvesting gives them the keys to your soul. The rules to the transhumanism future .


LUCIFER’S 10 COMMANDMENTS

1. Maintain humanity under 500,000,000 in perpetual balance with nature.

2. Guide reproduction wisely – improving fitness and diversity.

3. Unite humanity with a living new language.

4. Rule passion – faith – tradition – and all things with tempered reason.

5. Protect people and nations with fair laws and just courts.

6. Let all nations rule internally resolving external disputes in a world court.

7. Avoid petty laws and useless officials.

8. Balance personal rights with social duties.

9. Prize truth – beauty – love – seeking harmony with the infinite.

10.Be not a cancer on the earth – Leave room for nature – Leave room for nature.


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I'm skeptical - we've had 'telephone' (verbal communication) for over 150 years - so WHY do people spend STILL spend so time pecking out 'text messages' ???

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Originally Posted by oldoak2000
I'm skeptical - we've had 'telephone' (verbal communication) for over 150 years - so WHY do people spend STILL spend so time pecking out 'text messages' ???



I haven't talked on a phone in years.

In fact I wont even answer the phone.


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When you factor in you can't save a planet with a rapid growing human population, AI will eventually target the less needed humans, after birth control fails.

Probably a lot to Terminator


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Originally Posted by Tin Head

LUCIFER’S 10 COMMANDMENTS

1. Maintain humanity under 500,000,000 in perpetual balance with nature.

2. Guide reproduction wisely – improving fitness and diversity.

3. Unite humanity with a living new language.

4. Rule passion – faith – tradition – and all things with tempered reason.

5. Protect people and nations with fair laws and just courts.

6. Let all nations rule internally resolving external disputes in a world court.

7. Avoid petty laws and useless officials.

8. Balance personal rights with social duties.

9. Prize truth – beauty – love – seeking harmony with the infinite.

10.Be not a cancer on the earth – Leave room for nature – Leave room for nature.


WTF is this? You're telling me that "truth" is a commandment of the devil. Yeah, you lost me

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The world will be one giant Alexa. You will be wired to the system, you won't even have to talk to the "Alexa", just think it, and the answer or action will be automatic. Part of this is already true because of the cell phones.


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Probably be a bunch of 400 pound lard [censored]’s sitting half naked with a nut hangin out in a dark room that’s one huge Wal-Mart $29 Chinese made LCD wrap around screen where they conduct all of their life’s tasks from complaining about the cost of ifridiam.. The computer will show you as a well groomed and fit young man with its awesomely wicked filters so the world doesn’t see the slob you really are..

The farmers flooring will be John Deer green and they will farm from their state of the art barn computer room where they operate 76 tractors remotely wearing man thongs and antique straw hats while wondering how us old timers ever managed to pick a fart...and the rest of the lazy overweight lard [censored]’s will be to be tossing each other’s salads with grape jelly, heck they probably already are...

Sorry for the rant, pain meds make me loopy bolt

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Originally Posted by TCM3
Don't think we'll have internet in the next 50 years.


Yep.


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Originally Posted by Ol Thumper
Probably be a bunch of 400 pound lard [censored]’s sitting half naked with a nut hangin out in a dark room that’s one huge Wal-Mart $29 Chinese made LCD wrap around screen where they conduct all of their life’s tasks from complaining about the cost of ifridiam.. The computer will show you as a well groomed and fit young man with its awesomely wicked filters so the world doesn’t see the slob you really are..

The farmers flooring will be John Deer green and they will farm from their state of the art barn computer room where they operate 76 tractors remotely wearing man thongs and antique straw hats while wondering how us old timers ever managed to pick a fart...and the rest of the lazy overweight lard [censored]’s will be to be tossing each other’s salads with grape jelly, heck they probably already are...

Sorry for the rant, pain meds make me loopy bolt


Just what we need, a messed up drug user ranting on here. eek2


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Originally Posted by TLew
Originally Posted by Tin Head

LUCIFER’S 10 COMMANDMENTS

1. Maintain humanity under 500,000,000 in perpetual balance with nature.

2. Guide reproduction wisely – improving fitness and diversity.

3. Unite humanity with a living new language.

4. Rule passion – faith – tradition – and all things with tempered reason.

5. Protect people and nations with fair laws and just courts.

6. Let all nations rule internally resolving external disputes in a world court.

7. Avoid petty laws and useless officials.

8. Balance personal rights with social duties.

9. Prize truth – beauty – love – seeking harmony with the infinite.

10.Be not a cancer on the earth – Leave room for nature – Leave room for nature.


WTF is this? You're telling me that "truth" is a commandment of the devil. Yeah, you lost me

He can't help himself. He's batchit crazy. A total waste of oxygen.


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