The most futuristic predictions that came true in 2015 (good Gizmodo summary)

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The future is already here. It’s time to reflect on the most futuristic breakthroughs and developments of the past year in our end of year review. This year’s crop features a slew of remarkable scientific and technological achievements, from an actual working hoverboard to cyborgized brains. Read more…

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The top 10 predictions that finally came true in 2015:

  • AI warnings went prime time
  • We finally got a working Hoverboard. Sort of.
  • A game of 20 Questions was played using a brain-link
  • A 2-year-old girl became the youngest person to undergo cryonic preservation
  • A Transhumanist is running for U.S. President
  • Doctors performed the most extensive face transplant in medical history
  • The future paid us a visit in a Robot-Driven Motorcycle
  • War in Syria prompted the first withdrawal from the Doomsday Seed Vault
  • A Robot passed a rudimentary self-awareness test
  • A pioneering Gene-Editing Therapy reversed cancer in a baby girl

Read more about the 18 predictions in 2015 here

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