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Computer-free

By 2050, a new trend will have appeared: computer-free. Computers have been demonstrating their unreliability during half a century from the beginning of the millennium: from banal critical errors that cause some serious man-made disasters to the unconfidence concerning the question of who really controls the computer system. It will become fashionable to reduce the number of computer systems. The city will have computer-free zones (bars, hotels, cafes), where all electronic devices will prohibited. Human Handmade will become expensive and rare.

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Starry Bubble Isn't this ironic, as we're all on computers right now. 16 May 2019
Victor Muraviev Oh yeah, that's a horse I'm riding. Nah, cars are a things of the past. You see how ridiculous that sounds. Please tell me how that is different. 16 Mar 2019
XxThe_Future_GuyxX Yeeeeahhhh it's a bit too extremist. Besides, we're in t a world where technology is always growing. It would also be kind of a silly law. Imagine someone tries to phone you a to tell really important thing and you were in one of that technology-free zones. You would get arrested! 19 Feb 2019
Dale Warren This prediction involves a pretty extreme departure from reality. Wishful thinking. Computers and data networking have already irrevocably changed the human condition. The direction this is going is more towards augmented reality. My generation started in an era where the brick and bagphone were cutting edge cellular technology. Millenials might dimly remember C.D. playeres and flip phones. Their children will never know a world where powerful computers and instant connection anywhere isn't a day to day experience. 06 Feb 2019
Paul Ngoma We can save the world together only with true Cybersecurity 06 Feb 2019
Jason Keller You mean people will actually pick up a leatherbound dictionary again? HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA no. 06 Feb 2019