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India’s economy could reach $10 trillion by 2030

Mukesh Ambani, the chairman and managing director of Reliance Industries, says that India’s economy could be a $10 trillion economy by the year 2030. The major reasons for growth would be -more working women, technology and good economic policies.  https://swarajyamag.com/economy/indias-gdp-will-be-around-12-trillion-by-2030

Nanobots will reside in our brains by 2030

Ray Kurzweil, director of engineering at Google predicts that the concept of machine learning, computer vision and AI will get broader and make human lives smarter. There will be no difference between AI and human intelligence and this will be done by integrating nanobots directly into the human brains. By the year 2030, nanobots will be fitted into the human brains and will provide full immersion virtual reality from within the nervous system and will connect our neocortex to the cloud.

Humans will move to Mars and live in capsules to protect them from the planet’s radiation by 2030

Earth is running out of space, the only places to go to are other planets. People will be living on Mars by 2030, wearing special suits and living in capsules. Technology will turn out human society into a multi-planet civilization where humans will move to Mars by the next 10-15 years. There will be certain challenges as well, like radiations, bone density will reduce due to the weightless environment, and other psychological issues will be encountered while we plan about life on Mars.

85% Of Jobs That Exist today will disappear by 2030

If you think the pace of change in the workplace has been fast lately, hold onto your hat. A new report published by Dell Technologies says things are about to get a lot faster. So fast, in fact, that 85 per cent of the jobs that will exist in 2030 haven't even been invented yet, estimates the report, which was authored by the Institute for the Future (IFTF) and a panel of 20 tech, busine...

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