It may be 50 years down the road, but people are optimistic with how the world will be in 2064. A new survey from The Pew Research Center has some interesting results on what will be different in 20–64, especially in science and technology.
Here are some of Pew's most interesting finds:
Four out of five people think that those needing new organs will have them custom grown in a lab.
Half of those surveyed say computers will be able to create art as well as humans do.
39% say scientists will have developed the technology to teleport objects.
33% say humans will have colonized planets other than earth.
And one in five people believe that humans will be able to control the weather within the next 50 years.
The survey also found that most of those polled think it would be a bad thing if "most people wear implants or other devices that constantly show them information about the world around them."