Were all the authors right with their predictions? No, not all of them: for many of them we already know for certain that they sowed the seeds of a subsequent breakthrough decades in advance.
Aldous Huxley published his novel, Brave New World (1931), in which the characters took pills to forget their emotions, and it was in 1951 when scientists began to study antidepressants.
In an essay in the New York Times in 1964, Isaac Asimov introduces cars guided with “robot brains”, 50 years ahead of what would become the autonomous cars that Uber or Tesla already have in circulation.
Continuing with the world of cinema, video calls are being perfected: in Metropolis (1927) a first prototype appears; Space Odyssey (1968) shows us more sophisticated video calls; and in Back to the Future (1989) they were very similar to the Skype we use today.
The Star Trek saga foreshadowed the cell phone in 1966, a kind of Motorola that would not appear until 1983; the use of 3D printers to print food and everyday objects was also imagined.
Nubeprint is at the forefront of technological advances with its MPS solution using dynamic algorithms and filters, Machine Learning developed specifically for MPS and the first DCA integrated into a cell phone app (iOS and Android). Nubeprint has 5 patents registered to date.
SOURCE: economiadigital.es/ Nubeprint