20 Amazing Ways Your Daily Life Will Be Different in 2030

Brain-Machine Interface


Kiran Khanna

3 years ago | 9 min read

1. Robotic Pharmacist

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A threat to Pharmacist job with automated dispensing of the medicine with automated prescription right from the Dr.’s desk to a Medicine Dispensing machine with no human interception.

Drs sees the patient through Video Conferencing, prescribe medicine, and you can dispense this from the nearest Kiosks. Medicine auto-expire date check, efficient and quick dispensing of medicine responsible for the correctness and ensuring medicine availability.

This Live Kiosks–24*7 WALK AWAY with medicine. Expect remote reach since video conferencing and prescribe medicine to connected kiosks and no resource required to manage. Useful for developing countries and remote villages in APAC, South East Asia and Africa.

2. Extra Smart Digital Pill

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Advanced monitoring, diagnostic, curative, and surgical purposes.

Your conversation with Dr.–Did you take that pill?

Response -Yes, I guess maybe.

Dr- Okay, let’s ask the Pill

And an accomplished history will be in front of the laptop. Around half of patients cannot take their medications as recommended, specifically in a developed nation, and there are many reasons they don’t. Maybe they think Dr is a damn fool. Some may not understand the directions.

Others don’t like the side effects. And others just forget or lose track. Remembering to take medications has become more and more challenging as more Americans are taking more pills.

Tablet having sensor transmission signal to the wearable hatch, which connects to an app in your smartphone. Patient’s family and friends can monitor from a smartphone. Effective policing tool for a life-threatening health condition, like hallucinations.

3. Brain-Machine Interface

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A direct communication pathway between the brain and an external device where the devices can interpret the signals generated by the brain nerves. Valuable for the patient’s bedridden and affected by the paralytic attack and some extent for the patient in Coma.

This can be a Neural Network pathway to an external Siri or device that can take action. Something that can train to interprets nerves signal like I wish to have water and Siri can announce this for the attendant.

The BrainGate website boasts: “by using an aspirin-sized array of electrodes implanted into the brain, results show that the neural signals can be ‘decoded’ by a computer, in real-time, and used to operate external devices.”

4. Connected Cloths

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Imagine you walk to a mall and try on pieces of connected merchandise, sensors in the garments collect your exact measurements. Smart mirrors in front of you allow you to change garments you are trying on: size, colour, pattern, length.…

You’ll get closer to your clothes than you ever thought. Excited about this -yes, this will be the reality of 2030. A few minutes later, you order the fully tailored garment and the next day you are wearing it to work. Even purchasing these items done in the dressing room, since that’s the place where most of the decision-making you make.

Amazon, for example, has been developing IP around home smart mirrors, devices that create 3D models of clothing and an automated on-demand clothing factory.

5. Haptic-holography

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Believe me, this will-be-next-mind-blowing-technology. “Mutual Touching,” where you can reach out and physically touch a hologram. You would likewise feel a sensation in return, such as your hand being squeezed by the hologram. It would amount to a robotic interaction without all the metal gears.

It will be a blessing for you if you are a Medical Student practising surgery to gain expertise–If you are a Cardiologist you can experiment first on an “enlarged” version of the heart and gradually reducing it down to normal size as you become more comfortable with the surgery.

6. Company CEO as AI Machine

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Yes, potentially CEO capabilities being tested by Mr Artificial Intelligence.

If you are a CEO’s, cannot take a quicker decision, you can be out of a job by the Chief Artificial Intelligence Officer, who can have infinite multivariable Neural Network to take make better forecast and decision. Better join the hand and keep the python with NN at your desktop to make a better decision.

Get ready for 2030.

All I am saying you need not hire a highly skilled BOOTH school graduate, a costly resource to manage your business but to have Chief Artificial Intelligence Officer making predictions/credible decisions for you.

7. Virtual Vacations

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Travel the four corners of the earth from the convenience of your couch.

How marvelous, no plane travel and expensive hotel reservation. You can go to any beautiful place from the comfort of your home. How about a tour for natural wonders of the world in your lazy weekends? Mount Everest, Antarctica, Great Barrier Reef, Grand Canyon, Iguazu Falls, Amazon Forest, Galapagos Islands, Serengeti to make a few.

It can be a more fun calling your relative at your home to experience these wonders together at the luxury of your home.

Fantastic isn’t, all this is by 3D Augmented Reality and possibly 7D is not far away by 2030. All you must arrange some dry ice and water connection for a Himalaya’s /Miami like experience.

8. Movable Office

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With many businesses have experienced productivity increase with remote working and minimum operating cost. Companies do not bother if you are sitting at your home or Yosemite looking at the spectacular landscape while you are ideating company’s biggest issue or Tuscan,

a hotel room in Los Angeles, or your grandpa’s farm in Chicago, both your work-life and family-life will experience several transitions along the way.

By 2030, WIFI connections and your motor mechanic will uncover a place in your daily monitoring. You can take movable office wherever you wish while remaining connected to your boss.

9. Home fortress

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2030 will see the ancient generation of King’s Kingdom with everything inside AI-enable. Most will advance towards a “home fortress” style of thinking, accomplished with protected home care “Drones”, Connected AI-enabled home office,

home Augmented Reality schooling, home 7D entertainment, and in-home AI-enabled recipe which will detect your mood depending on your Blood Pressure, Diabetes and Oxygen Pulse what cooking-lunch-pleasing menu will suit you.

10. Implantable Technology

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Imagine Apple launching Brain iPhone implanted inside your body and you can do a call and communicate to people organized by your THOUGHTS?? Practical application is for Devices that connect to phones will help monitor health functions like glucose levels in a diabetic patient, track activity levels for patients on heart monitors, or post alerts about detected diseases.

MicroCHIPS in collaboration with the Gates Foundation is behind a project that seeks to create an implantable female contraceptive chip. You can control the chip by an external remote control and works by generating small amounts of contraceptive hormones from within the woman’s body, for up to 16 years.

Enjoy SEX as often as you wish in 2030.

Most startling of current implantable innovations is the ‘Smart Dust’. With smart dust, doctors will step inside your body without opening you up and we could store information inside you.

11. Graphene Valley

Silicon Valley in a threshold to get replace by Graphene Valley. It may not be long before graphene replaces silicon in our electronic devices, making them faster than ever before. Graphene will also make it possible to build super-thin, flexible touchscreens that would be virtually unbreakable.

12. Energy Harvesting

A sustainable energy technology that requires the usage of existing ambient energy sources to power devices. This energy can use for low-power applications and stored in a battery for future use.

2030 will see you carry your phone outside for solar power until it becomes charged up -Fascinating. OR you place your electric razor/ hairdryer to have charged up. Power storing devices in MW is a reality by 2030.

13. Nanobots

My dad died because of repeated stenting in the heart and by dye use for angiography has impaired the Kidney forever and caused him on dialysis. Microscopic robots, to deliver care without incision Materials or machines of nanometer dimensions (less than 100 nm) fixes this problem, that can target and clear the clot in the heart.

My dad could have been relaxing with me now!!

By 2030, tiny nanobots in your blood might help keep you aside from becoming sick or even transfer your thoughts to a wireless cloud.

In Cancer Therapy, the nanobots travelled through the bloodstream, targeted the blood vessels around cancerous tumours, and released blood clotting drugs to cut off the blood supply to the tumours. According to the study, the treatment was successful in shrinking the tumours and inhibiting their spread.

14. Wireless Electricity

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The transmission of electrical power from a source to an electrical device with no man-made conductors. Wireless transmission is useful in scenarios where using wires are inconvenient, hazardous, or impossible- deep in the ocean or far in the remote forest.

A wireless power transmission system, a transmitter device, driven by electric power from a socket in your room, generates a time-varying electromagnetic field, which transmits power across space to a receiver device,

which extracts power from the field and supplies it to an electrical load. Inductive charging pad for a smartphone as an example of near-field wireless transfer.

15. No Traffic lights

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Artificial Intelligence along with connected EV vehicle will make this possible. In 2012, Peter Stone, Professor of Computer Science at the University of Texas,

suggested a system called Autonomous Intersection Management where vehicles communicate with one another and an artificial intelligence system at the lights themselves to generate a traffic flow that need not stop. In some places in the world, such as Meskel Square, Addis Abeba, there are no traffic lights, but traffic makes its way through in a series of slots.

16. 4D Printing

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Using the 4D printing technology, it would be possible to use the product when it is out immediately from the printer with no other parts or assembly required.

Bioprinting projects that are focusing on developing functional human tissues and a functional lever. US & China has a patent in this field. For more information, you can google CN1926470B. The first transplant of a 3D-printed liver will occur by 2024 & 5% of consumer products will 3D print.

17. Cloud to Edge

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This is about processing real-time data near the data source, which is at the ‘edge’ of the network. The Hailo-8™ processor, featuring up to 26 tera-operations per second (TOPS). It is Israel base AI-focused chip maker that specializes in developing deep learning processor for edge computing.

Traditional cloud computing has serious disadvantages, including data security threats, performance issues, and growing operational costs.

Because most data saved in the cloud has little significance and is of no use, it becomes a waste of resources and storage space. Use case is Autonomous Vehicles and Robots performing life-critical services and critical decisions can take instantaneously.

18. Augmented and Virtual Reality

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The market size of XR (virtual, augmented and mixed reality) predict to be over $30Bn by 2030. This may sound crazy and far-fetched, but we will integrate VR into fashion stores. In future 3D avatars (virtual humans) will help design clothes and there will be VR software for building virtual fashion stores.

Fashion shows will be in the form of 4D holograms and 3D projected models slamming up the runway. Visual learning has taken over and VR can bring the curriculum to life, from elementary school to university level.

What if you can do vacations enjoying the exact ambience of that place? Think about you are at Himalayas enjoying the peace and the beauty of the nature at your 80s. Fantastic.

19. Google Glass Search

Google Glass by 2030 change search technology from 2D to 3D, presenting visual overlays that place the location of objects within your field of view. This will take us far beyond finding restaurants or mall in GPRS. Permanent buildings, structures, roads will create something akin to a wireframe on which it will layer all other data.

If we search for lost objects in our home or office, such as lost keys, wallet, or book, search results will be readily available to us individually based on what Glass recorded from previous house-scans.

Even missing pet requests like, “Where’s poo?” will enable us to scan surrounding neighbourhoods using a variety of security camera and smartphone inputs to yield personalized results for known family members.

20. Drones–Your Private Security

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By 2030 — Like Cellphone, every human will have private Drones at his disposal. Programmed to call on 911 the moment build in security algorithm trigger alarm, no manual action,

Drone will place a call with location and photos of the problem site and you need not to worry about your home or your kids while you are away. You can also pick in inside the hazardous or remote location.

You can due surveillance of your manufacturing unit or can send the courier to any set address. Low altitude Air Traffic going to increase and maybe Air Traffic Control will need to prevent excessive load in the sky.


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