Contact lenses that access the Internet literally at the blink of an eye. Toilets that detect cancer-indicating enzymes. Human settlements on Mars. Beaming one’s mind into outer space using lasers. Watching a video of your dreams after you wake up.
Those were just a few of the mind-blowing predictions made by Dr. Michio Kaku at RSA Conference 2018, where he transformed Qualys’ expo booth into a time-traveling vehicle.
For about 30 minutes on Tuesday, the famed physicist led his entranced audience on a spellbinding journey to a future he believes will become a reality in the decades to come.
A new golden age of space travel is upon us
Anchoring many of the advances he described is what he calls a second golden age of space travel, which will trigger and accelerate groundbreaking innovations in artificial intelligence, biotechnology and nanotechnology.