The future is bright and technology is becoming the driving force that keeps the economy ticking. We all rely on it these days from simple banking to crossing the street electronics are at work. Just look at television and it's progression, computers, mobile phones, cars and much more. As robots become more popular and advanced people wont need to lift a finger anymore, Let robots do the jobs we hate. High speed train networks, trips into outer space thanks to Richard Branson, AI controlled cars by Eton Musk, Mars colonisation in 20 years.
If you've seen Bladerunner you will notice flying cars that quite conveniently take you to the next destination. We all know what roads can be like, If you live in a built up area of London for instance traffic is a major problem. Would'nt it be great to fly to work or fly to your holiday destination, Avoid the traffic and the stress of driving. This incredible machine can now be yours for $600,000, Just check the video out.

Drones are rapidly progressing furthur up the technology scale, They are used for search and rescue frequently, They can be used for almost any situation including fire, trapped and injured people, delivering food and medical supplies and much more. Drones are definitely here to stay, Check this video out for more information.

Diving is considered a dangerous activity and many divers have lost there lives. Diving is unpredictable as the ocean can change rapidly and there are many dangers lurking in the deep. Stanford University is working on developing a robotic diver that uses less space then a ROV (Remotely Operated Vehicle). ROV technology has a lack of maneuverability and is cumbersome. This robot will allow scientists to study reefs and fragile ocean beds without disturbing or damaging the fragile environment. This robot is called Ocean One and will be able to dive and cooperate with a team of divers. The robot has been very cleverly designed and thought out, It has bimanual arms, stereoscopic vision, eight thrusters and hands combining force sensors and haptic feedback. Being able to feel touch is great for the operator in sensitive operations and this touch sensitive system will be one of the amazing features of this robotic diver. For more information check out the video.

Boston Dynamics is an American engineering and robotics design company founded in 1992 and headquartered in Waltham Massachusetts and is wholly owned subsidiary of the Japanese conglomerate SoftBank Group. Boston Dynamics is best known for the development of BigDog, a quadruped robot designed for the U.S. military with funding from Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) and DI-Guy, software for realistic human simulation. Here is a video of Boston Dynamics latest and greatest robots.

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