What is store in for the future of computing here’s what we think. Will, we still are using keyboards and mice or will we actually live inside a partially digital world? What will the computers of tomorrow be like?
Well, it’s not a direct relationship exactly, you can interpret that to mean that computers will double in processing power every two years. However, the number of discrete elements on a square-inch silicon integrated circuit will double every two years predicts Moore’s law. Therefore, it means in the future year between 2020 and 2050, computer processing power will double 20 times if Moore’s law holds true.
Moore’s Law and processor’s speed
A processor executes every instruction requires a set number of clock ticks. The processor squeezes into a second the more a clock ticks, the more instructions that processor can complete in a given amount of time. In 2010, IBM introduced the zEnterprise 196 (z196), which boasted a processor capable of running at 5.2 gigahertz (GHz) — the fastest commercially available processor at that time. It means that the z196 processor ran at 5.2 billion cycles per second. we mean to that when we say a 5.2-GHz processor is faster than a 3.2-GHz processor — the 5.2-GHz microchip is capable of executing more instructions than the 3.2-GHz chip in the same amount of time.
Meanwhile, 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. We may even create machines with intelligence far greater than we have now; However, some of the futurists believe.
Perhaps those machines could discover ways to improve processing speeds even faster than humans can. In 2010 if 5.2 GHz was the top speed, what will it be in 2050? What type of applications could we direct such a machine to tackle? Complex computational problems It’s hard to imagine, such as building virtual simulations of the human brain, that may become a relatively simple task. Long before, you could have a self-improving device pushing the physical limits of how fast machines can process information.
The computer’s of 2050
It may be that pure computing horsepower won’t be enough to create a machine capable of what we consider thought if that’s the case, thinking may involve more than just electrochemical messages passed between neurons.
There’s perhaps a hormonal element that subtly shapes how we think. The future is popular among a certain segment of computer scientists and futurists while this dream of the other people is more sceptical. But the human mind is far more complex than we understand.
The 2050 world may be one in which the very environment around you is part of a massive computing system; buildings, highways, vehicles and even the clothing you wear might have built-in computer elements.
Although Coupled with networking technology, They might actually be invisible. Computing pervasive is a type of technology that incorporates computers into just about anything you can imagine. Set the artificial intelligence debate aside for a moment, what might futuristic computers look like?
Program’s and applications
Numbers of smartphone applications that add a digital layer over our perception of the real world.
To activate programs these applications still require us on mobile devices and use those devices as a lens through which we can see the digital world. Although, they might help you navigate around a discover a new favourite restaurant tucked away in a corner somewhere or strange city.
Although, your digital life and your real life could overlap seamlessly in such a world. We see hints of this world in today’s technology. Being able to look at the world imagine through one of a million different filters, all of which provide different kinds of information to you instantaneously.
We may be able to accomplish the same thing using glasses, contact lenses or perhaps even ocular implants in the future, However, ur computers perhaps will be more functional and mundane.
The 2050 will be an exotic, digital era the way they’ve transformed I’m willing to bet considering our world over the last 50 years. Then again, it’s possible that our ingenuity won’t be enough to keep up with Moore’s law after a few more microprocessor generations.