I was on my way to the neurological clinic with my son, whom I was accompanying for his annual NVC (neurological vital chip) check-up, when he asked me how it was possible for people of my age to live without brain implants. Laughing, I began to tell him about the antiquated and useless education systems we used in our time: textbooks, teachers, schools… Bewildered, he asked me what was the point of all those things.
In the 1980s, the first so-called computers began to be marketed and hundreds of inventions followed in the following decades, such as mobile devices. This was the beginning of the new technological revolution. But it was not until 1983 with the invention of the «Internet» that the new era began to take giant steps forward. In 1895, technology began to play a key role in the scientific and technological development of health with the creation of the «X-rays» and later with the invention of the «pacemaker» by Greatbatch in 1958.
Later on, various inventions took place: mobile phones, the computer, GPS, the cloud, digital music or even digital cameras. Back in the year 2020, the new era was already thought to have reached its peak, but they did not expect the remarkable growth it was going to have in its next years of evolution.
In 2024, the digital technology revolution reached education, creating the first brain implant capable of storing information, which 2 years later, would begin to be marketed worldwide. In 2026, robots arrived in schools, replacing the work of teachers and optimising the education of pupils. Through this latest generation of «digital teachers», the «VR» or «virtual reality» education system was created. As a result, students no longer needed to travel to their respective school premises.
The first robot to replace a teacher – Marc Vidal
And the evolution continued as we know it today in the year 2030, where a person, with minimal effort, can be up to thirty times smarter than a human of the 2000s. On the other hand, life expectancy has increased by almost 200% thanks to surgical robotics. Thanks to it, all kinds of diseases that were previously incurable can be cured, such as cancer, the most deadly disease to date.
Nowadays, such new inventions are absolutely essential for the evolution of mankind and investing in them is indispensable. On our website you will find the latest news and information to help you get the most out of your working life and live the healthiest life possible
Mario de Blas