30 years ago, invisible robotic devices added human skills and senses, only in science fiction. Futurists say that if nanotechnology continues to develop and expand at current rates. It is possible to transform people into Superhuman by 2050 with this state of the art technology. A person may have the ability to see in the dark and can survive for hours. Without breathing or gaining super powers.
Initially, medical nanotechnology will help patients and people with disabilities improve their quality of life. Proud achievements, such as helping with vision or enhancing the sense of touch. It was the success of the medical revolution, now biologists and engineers develop medical devices that allow people with health problems to have extraordinary experiences. To transcend human nature in a process known as “Transhumanism”
Strengthening our senses with nanotechnology
Dr. Ian Pearson, one of the leading members of Futurists, predicts that in the future, sensor technology will be integrated into the human body. It increases the perception of the world around you and makes it easier to see information. That is now invisible to the naked eye for example People may be able to see objects at a distance (zoom in) equipe with sensors capable of providing information about everything they touch. Numerous trials are in progress and are underway to increase the capabilities of biosensors that can be safely implanted in the human body.
Dr. Garth Webb, a British Columbia expert, is researching bionic lenses that can be inserted into the human eye in just eight minutes that empower the user with complete vision.
It is Ocumetics Bionic Lens, a vision aid that requires no glasses or contact lenses.
Artificial red blood cell invention helps humans survive anaerobic
The invention of artificial red blood cells, respirocytes, is a nanomedical device. Theoretically, it can be injected into a person’s bloodstream and thus reduce the need for breathing. These red blood cells are able to deliver 236 times more oxygen to the tissues compared to normal red blood cells.
Additionally, these cells are able to handle the acidity produced by carbon dioxide gas. Each artificial cell contains a nanocomputer, a component that controls chemicals and pressure, powered by glucose. These nanodevices are spherical and simple in design. It can modify from a distance when fully developed. It expects to take another 20 years. Respirocytes (respirocytes) will reduce the need to breathe and expand the person’s ability to survive. This person was able to survive four hours without breathing or run for 15 minutes at their maximum speed.
Can modern technology make us immortal?
Immortality, possibly through the use of universal nanotechnology, is a thrill of health technology futurists. Aging is a genetic biological process, so stopping aging is a huge task. Some people think that stopping aging will be successful within the next 30 years. Futurists, Ray Kurzweil, believes in the success of the endeavor to support the idea of immortality. Nano-sized robots may be proficient in investigating human biological systems. These devices will be able to detect abnormal deviations and notify us if there are health problems that need our attention.
Another aspect of immortality is the so-called. “Digital immortality” Advances in artificial intelligence (AI) may help humans integrate their minds with external storage devices.
• Ocumetics Bionic Lens: A device that assists distant vision without glasses or lenses.
• Respirocytes: Artificial red blood cells that reduce oxygen consumption, allowing them to live longer in anaerobic conditions.
• AI for aging: a brain that can use data to process and think itself to love aging.
• Telepathically: communicating through the mind.
• Digital immortality: digital immortality.
• Biological vessel: Biological capsule to download ourselves before the body is down.