The AI systems have read, analyzed, and digested the entire collective knowledge of humanity. What happens when AI has read everything?
How will the company navigate the uncertain waters of the next 5 years? Here are my predictions for what Apple will be like in 2023.
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In ten years, as computer-generated imagery and virtual reality become more sophisticated, a lot of us may forego screens altogether. Who needs a TV or a phone when you can live your life virtually? At least that’s what futurists predict. VR glasses will be lighter than they are now (by way of nanotechnology), just like how our smartphones have gotten thinner over time. So much so that we’ll be able to wear them on our faces without even realizing it.
Robots help you around the house
Everybody loves Siri; however, she can only take you so far. But what if you had a robot that could help you around your house? These robots do everything from getting groceries to mowing your lawn. With them, you can live comfortably and healthily while not having to worry about anything.
Self-driving cars are even more common
The iPhone was big news when it debuted back in 2007, but 10 years on, smartphones have become a bit boring. Consumers know exactly what to expect from their Android or iOS devices—and are getting bored with apps and other novelties that haven’t changed much since 2016. But self-driving cars are expected to hit roadways en masse by 2023.
Wireless Charging Throughout Cities
In today’s world, many cities have major issues with traffic. If you have ever driven in a major city, then you probably know what I am talking about. The problem has become so bad in some cities that governments are scrambling to find ways to relieve congestion and cut down on pollution levels. One of these proposed solutions is wireless charging throughout many major cities. It would take up less space than conventional charging stations, it would require little infrastructure investment, and it would be completely seamless once implemented.
The 5% Chance of AI Taking Over the World
Currently, AI is not yet capable of achieving superintelligence on its own. It can’t learn without human input and without adapting to our experiences. But that doesn’t mean it can’t become powerful enough to affect our lives. According to Time magazine, there is a 5% chance of AI achieving superintelligence by 2045—and if it does, then machines could take over our jobs and start making their own decisions.
Apple's latest products show that the company has plenty of ideas up its sleeve. Here are five predictions for what Apple will be like in 2023. Self-driving cars are expected to hit roadways en masse by 2023. There is a 5% chance of AI achieving superintelligence by 2045. If it does, machines could take over our jobs and start making their own decisions. Wireless charging throughout many major cities could help relieve traffic congestion.