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Unlimited abilities (robotic wheelchair)

The notion of a person with a disability is slowly disappearing. Even the worst injury is no longer an obstacle to living a full life. People who cannot walk, can travel freely around the city, or even the globe, in a virtual space. Or, if they prefer, they can do it in real life too — using robotic wheelchairs.


A personal carrier can move around the city autonomously. And if the user starts feeling bad the device can immediately administer first-aid and transport the person to the nearest medical centre.

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I don't agree
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Christopher Sweezey We ALREADY have bionic limbs being researched. It seems unrealistic to think that wheelchairs would still be commonly used by 2050. 07 Jun 2019
Dominic N Knecht Seems like this would have been built earlier 19 Apr 2019
Vladimir Staykov I actually think that people with prosthetics in 2050 will have an advantage over "normal" Humans. I will not be surprised if the artificial limbs and organs perform much better than what nature give us. 22 Feb 2019
Tim Suetens I believe future bionic limbs will make this kind of bulky tech irrelevant. 06 Feb 2019
Victor Ionita actually human augmentation is going to be the next step,this kind of wheelchairs are probably going to be in market from 2020something till actual neurological interface is going to be created so that people will be able to walk with robotic limbs or augmentations,neuroconnected to their brain directly,something similar to DeusEx videogame.saying this just cause in 30 years from now on it will surely be discovered... we already are pretty close to get there 06 Feb 2019