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What Is The Prospective Future For The Internet In Next Fifty Years?

What Is The Prospective Future For The Internet In Next Fifty Years? From Infrastructure, Communication, Privacy And Virtual Reality.

Last month was the 50th anniversary of the internet. In October 1969, a message was sent from a room in southern California to a Stanford Research Institute computer console. This was the world’s first message sent via an interconnected computer network.

From playing casino games on mobile to reading news, the internet has now become a part of our everyday lives. But what comes next could be more revolutionary. Read on to know what will be the internet be like in the next 50 years.

A Persistent Infrastructure

According to the market research firm IoT Analytics, 3.9 billion people and 17 billion devices are connected over the internet. All of this is built on the robust technical foundation that is similar to the networks used in 1985. By 2069, everyone in the world will have access to the internet and the internet of 2069 will still have the visual imprints of today’s internet. “We’ll never get all the way, it’s asymptotic,” says Bob Metcalfe, co-inventor of the local-area networking standard. Radia Perlman, a fellow at Dell EMC (EMC stands for the founders Egan, Marino and Curly), admits that she’s surprised that elements such as STP (Spanning Tree Protocol, a networking concept that prevents loops inside Ethernet networks) are still in use today. “It was a hack that I thought would work for 6 months,” says Perlman. “I had no idea how long it will be in use.”

New Forms of Communication

With the help of the internet, we can now communicate with our friends and family who are miles away. According to experts, typing messages will be replaced by verbal and auditory communications in the future. Technological advancements will also adapt to this new era of vocal communications. Invisible implants will replace the ear-buds that we use today. Predictive technologies will become more accurate and this, in turn, will allow us to communicate faster. By 2069, the concept of communicating through brain waves and mind reading can also be possible. This can make things more menacing because if you can know what’s going on in other people’s brains, you don’t even have to surveil them.

The End of Privacy

Every time you ask your voice assistant to order something, you are giving your personal information to the company. Not only your daily info but also your bank details, credit card info and so on. Users share their private information for the sake of convenience and this will only increase in the future. The new technologies will become extremely good at knowing our preferences. This will have a tremendous effect on the advertising and marketing of companies. The marketing sector will become much more personalized and significantly smaller.

An Increasing Virtual World

Within only the next quarter-century, the way we use the internet today will be considered as a thing of the past. The keyboard, the mouse and the screens will be gone by 2069. Information will be displayed floating in the air and the web will appear in the real world. Real-time information will be available for everyone and people will subscribe to different augmentations, much like we subscribe to live streaming today.










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