Which new technology do you think will take flight in the coming decades? Do you have faith in the future of autonomous vehicles? Or do you believe that human genetic modification will be the game-changer of the 21st century? What about the transformation of libraries and museums with the advancement of technology?
Whatever your bet, The Economist would like to hear from you.
Megatech: Technology in 2050, a new book compiled by The Economist’s own Daniel Franklin, aims to look in those places, and make those guesses.
Read an excerpt from Megatech by The Economist’s deputy editor Tom Standage here.
And fill in the Google form here to have your say on what you think the future will look like.
We’d, of course, also like to hear about your thoughts on what technology will lead the transformation in digital arts, and increase participation at libraries and museums. Share your comments below.