CMOs around the world believe that mobile solutions (64%) and the Internet of Things (62%) will be the most important technologies in the next 3 to 5 years.
A majority of US adults surveyed indicated that advertisers will have more personal data about consumers in 10 years.
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86% of UK internet users still expected to be carrying credit and debit cards in 2025, while 76% said they’d be lugging a physical wallet.
A total of 19% of Americans would like to own a travel-related invention of some kind.
Americans are most interested in riding in a driverless car: 48% would like to do this if given the opportunity, while 50% say this is something they would not want to do.
Public attitudes towards ubiquitous wearable or implanted computing devices are the most positive, or more accurately, the least negative.
81% of Americans believe that within the next 50 years people needing an organ transplant will have new organs custom made for them in a lab.
Six in ten Americans (59%) feel that technological advancements will lead to a future in which people’s lives are mostly better, while 30% believe that life will be mostly worse.
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