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"We’re used to lusting after ever higher definition and faster frame rates in our movie and TV pictures".
But we're unlikely to get it from broadcast TV, are we? Bandwidth is expensive, so the Ferrari-fierce viewing machine you bought for your home is largely being fed pedestrian pap from the Producers sending entertainment to you via Freeview and Freesat. HD channels are in the minority, so anything else you watch is still OK, but nothing special. For the majority of (non-HD) channels, the audio will be two-channel stereo even if you are watching a movie that was made with full surround-sound. This also probably applies to "catch-up" TV in rural areas where broadband still struggles with twisted-copper telephone wiring.
Travel at warp speed? Faster than the speed of light? I think Prof. Hawkins has said it is theoretically possible...still too far into the future but a wonderful thought to keep your mind active and keep Altzheimer at bay.
I think an algorithm to cope with these changes it's still far away. Just think that spellers available today are unable to cope with simple grammar in cases such as it's or its and there and their...I just hope that it could all be sorted one day
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