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“Westworld” depicts a futuristic world where technology allows for the creation of consciousness in robotic human beings.
Some of the technologies — like 3D muscle printing and storing ‘host’ versions of human brains — may not be that far off from future realities.
Here are five key technologies from “Westworld” that may be a reality sooner than you think.
Creators of science fiction and fantasy books, films, and TV shows present stories of possible or imaginary worlds – and their presentations can range from the realistic to the fantastical. When we watch “Westworld” (and viewership is growing, with the season one finale drawing 2.2 million viewers), we look forward 30 years into a potential future envisioned by its writers. Returning to the notion of reality and fantasy (or fact and fiction), the extent to which a sci-fi film might be descriptive of the future seems to be anybody’s guess. See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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