Kaspersky Lab: How will the technology future be up to 2045?


Approximately 30 years ago began the regular use of personal computer, which along the way contributed to the transformation of our society and lifestyle. Inspired by this milestone, her experts Kaspersky Lab they wanted to look at how the future will look like, what will be the evolution of information technology and what the changes in our lives will be in 2045's new digital reality, 30 years from today.Kaspersky Lab Presents and Forecast for 2045

"With the current pace of IT development, it is quite difficult to accurately predict how the landscape will be in a few decades. However, it is clear that every year our technologies will become even smarter and people should be able to keep pace with them. In any case, we can be sure that digital criminals will continue to make every effort to harness any new advances in the field of Information Technology for their own malicious purposes, "he said. Alexander Gostev,Chief Security Expert of Kaspersky Lab. "But as if our world looks like 30 years, we should start improving our comfort, security and prosperity by now. Technology is just a tool and it is entirely up to us if we use it for good or bad purpose, "he added.

The robots will be everywhere

It is possible that the world's population includes billions of people and billions of robots, with the latter doing almost all the routine work or heavy work. People will work to improve robot software, and the IT industry will be the "home" of companies developing robot software, as is the case today with application development companies, which users download. and install.

"Mechanical people"

To some extent, the boundaries between humans and robots will become cloudy. Transplants will use electronically controlled artificial organs and prosthetic members will be a routine in the surgical procedure. Nanorabots will travel deep within the human body to inject drugs into diseased cells or to perform microsurgical procedures. Specially installed sensors will monitor people's health and transfer their findings to cloud warehouses, to which doctors will have access. All of this can reasonably lead to a significant increase in life expectancy.

"Smart" houses

In addition, people will live in "smart" homes, where most comforts will be fully automated. The software that runs the house will take care of energy and water, food, and supplies. The only concern of the residents will be to ensure that they have enough money in the bank to pay their bills.

The New Age of Hyper-Information

Our digital alter ego will take full shape, within a single global infrastructure capable of self-regulation and dealing with the management of life on the planet. The system will work around like today's TOR. The most active and efficient users will gain coordinator rights. The system will be geared to the distribution of resources among people, the prevention of armed conflicts and other humanitarian actions.

3D Print - Quick and economical

It will not only be the routine jobs that will go through history, as the production of specific species will no longer be necessary. Instead, 3D printers will enable us to design and create what we need from household items such as dishes and clothes to building materials for the home of the future.

Not other computers

The explosion of Computer Science may be due to computers, but 2045, we'll probably see them only in museums. To be more precise, we will no longer need a data processing tool - that is, what a computer actually does. There will be an even greater range of "smart" devices, which will gradually take over the functions of today's computers. For example, financial analysis can be done by a server using electronic documents rather than by an accountant using a personal computer.

Technophobia

Still, they will not be all excited about the new "robotic" world. It is likely that a new type of "Luddit" will emerge, who will oppose the development of "smart" houses, automated lifestyle and robots. Opposition to IT developments will lead some to avoid using smart systems, devices and robots for some types of work and they will not have any digital identity.

For more information, you can watch relevant video at YouTube, read about landscape details APTthreats to Securelist.comand visit the interactive time of targeted digital attacks athttps://apt.securelist.com. You can also watch the video "Hackedoffin 2014: thecyber-battleforcashandprivacy"of Kaspersky Lab, but also learn more about the major events that marked the 2014 threat landscape in the report the company's.

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