In the next 50 years, Americans think they probably won't ride in
driverless cars, that robots flying outside will have made everything
worse, and that humans will be nowhere close to colonizing the solar
system. Those are some of the conclusions from a Pew Research Center
survey of 1,001 American adults on the future of technology and science,
conducted this February and published today.
The trends reveal less about how technology will progress and more about how comfortable people are with different ways it could progress.
Generally, people think technology will make life better in the future,
with 59 percent of respondents seeing a brighter future.
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