Given the rapid advancement of technology, it is quite reasonable to assume that the food of a hundred years from now will differ in many respects from what we eat today.
One possible trend is an increase in the popularity of plant-based diets, which are already on the rise today. Vegetarian and vegan bistros and restaurants are growing like mushrooms after the rain, even at present. One of the reasons is the negative impact of meat production on the environment. This issue will certainly be emphasized in the future.
Animal proteins will likely be replaced by special plant proteins that will have practically identical properties.
Another trend that could play a major role in the diet of the future are 3D printers. They can already produce certain types of foods today. There is no reason to believe that this will be different in a hundred years. On the contrary, it might be possible to set the nutritional values, visual properties, and even taste of food on printers.
In a hundred years, the mode of transportation will obviously change as well. There will likely be a strong emphasis on the development of electric cars in the coming decades. Cars in a hundred years should therefore have a significantly longer range than today and much shorter charging times.
In addition to personal cars, this trend will also affect freight and transport vehicles. As a result, emissions will decrease and air quality in cities will improve.
It is expected that future vehicles will be fully autonomous to some extent. Artificial intelligence will be able to perfectly adapt driving to external conditions, which should definitively eliminate car accidents.
Cars with artificial intelligence already exist today, but they are still in their infancy. By the beginning of the next century, however, they should be a completely normal part of our roads.
Significant progress is also expected in the field of medicine due to the continuous development of technology and scientific knowledge. It is quite possible that in a hundred years, diseases that are incurable today will be a thing of the past, or at least they will be able to be effectively managed.
One of the anticipated trends is the development of personalized medicine, which is already being explored today. In the future, however, thanks to new technologies and knowledge, it will be possible to treat a person completely individually. A completely unique treatment will be created for each patient, which will not only be highly effective, but will also minimize side effects.
This type of treatment will also be possible thanks to nanorobots, which will be able to diagnose and subsequently heal a person very accurately.