Technology is advancing at a dashing pace with new concepts and designs to potentially simplify the human life.  Today; we live in the most cutting edge era, where creating an iron man suit, a hyper car, high speed hyper loop, E2-DR, Gita and Sophia are a norm.  All of this is no longer a dream, it is the ultimate expression of intellect & knowledge. We are generation startup… and this is just the beginning of the immense change yet to come.

Why should we care about the future of computing?  To start with, computers are in virtually everything we touch.  It’s time for people to realize and get the image out of their minds of a computer being a rectangular object on a desk or in a server room. These days computers are in our pockets, cars, refrigerators, tv – pretty much everything we own and touch.   Peering into that which hasn’t happened yet is a perilous business; yet there are compelling and tangible dreams such as self driving ride sharing, supersonic & hypersonic travel, perceptual computing, data toss, transformative nuclear fusion, genetic engineering – our world will be transformed by 2050.

Some of the ways in which computing and Artificial intelligence (AI) will change our lives include autonomous driverless transportation, cyborg technology with abilities to help disabled people, shielding people from accidents in risky jobs with machine learning. …

As we look to a future powered by a partnership between computers and humans, it’s important that we address the core challenges head on.  How do we ensure that AI is designed and used responsibly? How do we establish ethical principles to protect people? How should we govern its use? And how will AI impact employment and jobs?  Privacy, Security and Safety of the human are the core ethical principals to be considered by the government, regulators, businesses and society as we move forward.  While none of us have a crystal ball that shows us the future, we do know what we’re all going to need to spend more time listening to and learning from each other.

Then again, it’s possible that our ingenuity won’t be enough to keep up with Moore’s law after quantum computing. However, considering the way they’ve transformed our world over the last two decades, I’m willing to bet 2050 will be an exotic, digital era.  As we grow in this digital age, I urge everyone to commit in ensuring that technology brings people together rather than separating us.