Welcome! Future for All is my personal web site about future technology and its affect on society. Sometimes I write articles, but mainly I post hand-picked links to future technology articles, images and videos. I hope you like my site and find it useful.
The Internet of Things
By the year 2040, anything and everything that can be tagged with a wireless identifier will probably have one (or more). Tiny, wireless electronic devices that are attached to an object to connect it to the Internet of Things (IoT).
My home is not very smart. It does not know when to start my coffee or how to clean the floor. It has difficulty distinguishing between a roaring grease fire and a steamy shower, which makes it a good thing it can't remember the number to call in an emergency. What can we expect to experience in the smart home of the future? Smart Home
Human Like Robots
A life-like robot girl greets visitors at a world expo. To make it easier for us to warm up to a cold machine, future robots will look, feel and act more human. Robotics
Nanotubes have slipped into my sunscreen with the stealth of a cloned kitten. Why are products that use nano or bio technologies not clearly labeled?
Some of the smartest individuals I know, suddenly remember their kids have soccer practice when I mention the latest tech breakthrough.
Can you believe more children will be diagnosed with autism this year than AIDS, pediatric cancer and diabetes combined? Please help raise money and awareness to support the work of Autism Speaks by joining or donating to Team Nolan for their walk in San Diego, California.
Approaching the Singularity
Surfing the web for The Singularity gives me a gnarly headache. No doubt a reaction to asking my brain to find ways of replacing itself. Both intriguing and frightening, my approach to the Singularity is to treat it like a dessert tray--the further it is away, the less I am infatuated by it.
Wealthy, Healthy and Wise
When they first hit the market, future technologies like memory implants and longevity drugs, may only be affordable to a small percent of the population. What scenarios could lead to human enhancement technologies for all?
FutureforAll.org author contributes to an article on LoneMind.