Top Ten Predictions for 2116

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The SmartThings Future Living Report was authored by a team of leading academics including TV presenter and one of the UK’s leading space scientists, Dr Maggie Aderin-Pocock, award-winning futurist architects and lecturers at the University of Westminster Arthur Mamou-Mani and Toby Burgess, as well as pioneering urbanists Linda Aitken and Els Leclerq.

The top ten predictions for future living:
1. Virtual work meetings – the ability to work from anywhere and attend meetings remotely via avatars/holograms 48%
2. Commercial flights into space 41%
3. Virtual interior decoration so that you can program your own surroundings/ LED walls that adapt your surroundings to your mood 26%
4. 3D printed houses/furniture/food – meaning you can download and print these things at home 25%
5. At-home scanning capsules/pods that can diagnose health problems and administer medicines/treatments 24%
6. Colonising other planets as we use up resources on Earth 19%
7. AI becoming a normal part of daily life – taking over from humans in many industries 18%
8. Giant skyscrapers that can house entire cities: the construction of which is allowed for by the development of new super strong materials 18%
9. At-home hydroponic farms (that don’t require soil) where you can grow your own food 17%
10. Earth-scrapers – buildings that are built down into the ground, so entire cities are subterranean due to space constraints and also to provide further shelter
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