What is the future of computer science?

1. Artificial intelligence and robotics. With the global robotics industry forecast to be worth US$80 billion by 2024, a large portion of this growth is down to the strength of interest and investment in artificial intelligence (AI) – one of the most controversial and intriguing areas of computer science research.

Who has the strongest Navy in the world 2020?

The US Department of Defense (DoD) has released its ‘2020 China Military Power Report’ showing that the People’s Republic of China (PRC) has the largest navy in the world, surpassing the US Navy.

Which country will be superpower in 2050?

China, India, and the United States will emerge as the world’s three largest economies in 2050, with a total real U.S. dollar GDP of 70 percent more than the GDP of all the other G20 countries combined. In China and India alone, GDP is predicted to increase by nearly $60 trillion, the current size of the world economy.

What is the poorest place in England?

Jaywick

What impact will technology have in future?

Advances in digital technologies hold considerable potential to lift the trajectory of productivity and economic growth, and to create new and better jobs to replace old ones. As much as two-thirds of potential productivity growth in major economies over the next decade could be related to the new digital technologies.

Is living in Germany better than UK?

Work-life balance in Germany is vastly superior to the UK. Germans value their leisure time and tend to compartmentalise work time and free time.

What will computers look like in 2050?

Assuming engineers can find ways to keep up with Moore’s law and processor speed actually doubles every 24 months, by 2050 we’d have a chip capable of running at 5,452,595 gigahertz, or nearly 5.5 petahertz. It’s hard to imagine what kind of applications we could direct such a machine to tackle.

Why did Germany hate France?

The short-term French reaction after 1871 was Revanchism: a sense of bitterness, hatred and demand for revenge against Germany, and demand for the return of the two lost provinces. Paintings that emphasized the humiliation of the defeat came in high demand, such as those by Alphonse de Neuville.