Global Institute for Brain Research Fellow Kader – Rust said that humans will evolve into a new population in 2050. This evolution is a new technology, conduct and results of natural selection.
Global Institute for Brain Research Fellow Kader – Rust said that humans will evolve into a new population in 2050. In less than 40 years, our life will be a substantial increase in time to have children postponed, daily chores will be completed by means of artificial intelligence. This is a huge change, can become apes with monkeys, apes into humans par
According to Rust forecast to 2050, human life will be greatly improved, the robot will engage in less demanding job skills, women of childbearing age will be further delayed and have more time to participate in cultural activities
Studies have pointed to the 2050, a 35-year-old common male white-collar workers will be long with red eyes, smaller penis, bigger brains. In addition, he also has better language skills at the same time by means of bio-implants to improve the ability to work
Beijing time on September 15, according to foreign media reports, the Global Institute brain researcher Kader – Rust said that humans will evolve into a new population in 2050. This evolution is a new technology, conduct and results of natural selection. He pointed out that humanity is undergoing a major evolutionary transition. Posted in “Modern Aging” magazine (Current Aging Science) paper, “human evolution, life history theory and reproductive biology end”, the Rust detailing his research.
Rust said that in less than 40 years, our life will be a substantial increase in time to have children postponed, daily chores will be completed by means of artificial intelligence. This is a huge change, can become apes with monkeys, apes into humans compared. Rust said: “Walk after 80 years or 100 years old, your life will be very different with your grandparents.” He believes that the future of the majority of our time will live in a virtual reality.
Some evolutionists believe that the highest human life expectancy in 2050 to reach 120 years of age. U.S. well-known business and technology news blog site Business Insider Christian – Manchester Benz reports, Rust that human sexual maturation time will be postponed. Life history of this phenomenon are discussed. This theory seeks to explain how it affects the biological process of natural selection of some of the key events in life, such as breeding the next generation. According to this theory, with the increase in brain size, the organism needs more energy and time to their full potential, to reduce the energy used for breeding.
Rust said that the future of humanity is not a “short-lived early death”, but “longevity late death.” He told the British media, said: “The current crisis in the world’s a mess, but the presence of the same opportunities, but also the beginning of the apocalypse transformation I think the new world created by human civilization more advanced than the current, equality, property and more abundant. In my opinion, the new world will be very different with the current world because of the current world comes from the medieval world. biological clock does not always run down, the future of mankind able to use advanced technology to make the clock paused for some time. “
When making this change is at. Currently, the average age of British women giving birth for the first time has been increased to 29.8 years. In 1970 the United States, the proportion of first births for women over 35 years old gave birth to only 1% in 2012 to 15%. Rust said: “As countries continue to make progress in social and economic terms, more and more people, especially women, have the opportunity to participate in cultural reproduction.”
In addition to single prolonged, the Rust also believe that artificial intelligence will play an important role in the future, engage in some of the skills required to work less. He said: “In the future, we may spend a lot of time in the virtual reality, the vast majority of people are aware of the impact such a possibility can produce, I am not sure..”