In 10 years, nanobots in your blood could prevent you from getting sick or even transmit your thoughts to a wireless cloud.
According to some futurists, in the next 10 or so years, your blood could be streaming with tiny nanorobots to help keep you from getting sick or even transmit your thoughts to a wireless cloud. They will travel inside of you, on a molecular level, protecting your biological system and ensuring that you’ll have a good life. The future is closer than you may think.
Nano as a term is no longer perceived as special; we got used to small devices and artificial intelligence in our daily life. Tech has developed significantly and so have potential applications of these microscopic machines.
Futurist and Google director of engineering, Ray Kurzweil, is an avid predictor of future events and claims to have a fairly high accuracy rate. He is one of the biggest proponents of the notion that nanobots will be streaming through our blood in the near future. The science surrounding this prediction may not be that far off from modern technology.
In research published in ScienceMag, scientists with the Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering and Department of Genetics at Harvard Medical School, stated:
“As a proof of principle, nanorobots loaded with combinations of antibody fragments were used in two different types of cell-signaling stimulation in tissue culture. Our prototype could inspire new designs with different selectivities and biologically active payloads for cell-targeting tasks.”
What is nanotechnology?
Nanotechnology is more than just technology for sci-fi villains, it is a burgeoning field melding engineering and science.
Nanorobotics refers to the emerging field of designing and building robots whose components are near the scale of a nanometer ((10−9 meters), or ranging in size from 0.1 to 10 micrometers and made of nanoscale or molecular components.
If nanobot injection becomes an option in future, will you volunteer to take the first steps to becoming a cyborg? Are you open to this kind of change?