Technology is already a significant part of daily life for us right now, but in the future, it is likely that we will begin integrating technology into our bodies too.
Recently, there has been a growing fear of the development of AI and humanoid robots. Two significant examples of this new technology are the robots named Sophia and Ameca. There are clips all over the internet showing them speaking, moving, and interacting with people naturally. Some find it amazing, others find it disturbing.
AI are intelligent beings. If they can come to think and act the way humans do, then what is stopping them from becoming the superior race?
Elon Musk has already begun developing a brain-machine interface called Neuralink that will allow humans to control their devices with their mind, but this is only the first step. Elon Musk intends to combine humans and AI together, as this is the only way that humans would be able to beat the AI. There is a video of a a monkey testing an early version of the implant. By 2030, this new technology will likely have spread to most countries, or at least to the biggest countries. Canada would be one of them.
This can be a positive or negative change for us. On one hand, having this kind of technology will allow humans to, as Musk wanted, survive a post-apocalyptic, end-of-the-world type of scenario. It will also help solve many neurological disorders (ex. paralysis). On the other hand, there will be a shift in social structures and it may cause discrimination from those that can get it against those that can't. In addition to this, there would most likely be public outcry about rights and freedom.