Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles Yes. I am proud to be America's first straight female president. Welcome to watch Mojo. And today we're counting down our picks for the top 10 predictions for the next decade. That is gonna gonna work. I'm with you every step of the way. Are you kidding? No. For this list, we're looking at innovations, cultural shifts and other changes the world might see over the next decade. Do you have any predictions for the next decade? Let us know in the comments. Number 10. The rise of machine learning. Open the pod bay doors. Hell, I'm sorry, Dave. I'm afraid I can't do that. What's the problem? I think you know what the problem is, Justus. Well, as Ideo, we're not at how 9000 or Skynet territory, but machine learning or ML for short is becoming more widespread than some might assume. Give me five. Just put out your hand like this. Come on. All right, now hit me. Give me five. Do the same thing. Do the same thing. All right. For those who aren't up to date Ml is a division of AI that allows machines to evolve through experience without being programmed to do so. ML algorithms are already used for filtering emails, improving search engine results and refining our virtual assistance. Many spam blocking email filters Consider several features of an incoming message, and they assign each email a score. Passing scores get to your inbox and scores below a certain threshold are blocked altogether or bounce to the spam folder. Thes algorithms could play major roles in the mass production of self driving cars and self flying drones. Robot learning may also see significant advances over the next decade. In March 2020 Google built a four legged robot that learned toe walk on its own via deep reinforcement. Learning that's one small step for Rainbow Dash is Google calls it. Let me Guess your Rainbow Dash Way one and only Number nine More Simpsons jokes will come true. As you know, we've inherited quite a budget crunch from President Trump. How bad is it? Secretary Van Houten. We're broke. We're not saying that The Simpsons writers air all knowing stages, but satire is known for providing a window into the past, the present and even the future. As one of our most brilliant satires, it shouldn't come as a surprise that so many Simpsons jokes actually entered reality this past decade. So what other Simpsons jokes could predate future events? Yes. I am proud to be America's first straight female president. Optimistically thinking, Ah, female US president, a sophisticated baby translator and a consequence eradicating app all sound fairly probable. On the other hand, une evil billionaire could block out the sun and the UK may need to save America during World War Three. Oh, in English boy. Yeah. You know, we saved your ass in World War I to Yeah, well, we saved your ass in World War Three. That's true. Also, when a smell you later gonna replace goodbye. I can't believe. Smell you later. Replace goodbye. Smell you later. You later. In any case, don't expect The Simpsons to be canceled anytime soon. Number eight. Ah, Human mission to Mars. Oh, wow. Everybody here. That much is discovered. Dark alert. The media tech giants like Jeff Bezos and Elon Musk have essentially taken over the world, so it only makes sense that they'd set their eyes on the rest of our solar system. Bezos hopes that blue origin will pull off the first commercial moon landing by 2024. By that same year, Musk is aiming to launch the first crewed flight to Mars. In the long term, aspiration is Thio develop the technologies necessary to transport large number of people in cargo Thio Mars in order to create a self sustaining civilization there. That's really why I started the company. Although the Space six Mars program has seen delays, Musk confirmed on Twitter in June 2020 that 2024 was still the target date. Must also seems resolute on sending the starship craft to the moon by 2021 and initiating the first cargo mission to Mars a year later. Once we land on Mars, evidence of alien life just might be the next breakthrough. Fingers crossed extra terrestrial life. You're right, Jerry. The people are gonna love it. Number seven Virtual Reality revolution If you've played half life, Alex, you know just how immersive virtual reality has become with you every step of the way. Even if you're not a gamer, VR might truly explode into the mainstream in the years to come due to the Cove in 19 Pandemic. It's safe to say that fewer people will want to travel even If you're comfortable with getting on an airplane, some destinations may remain off limits. Or maybe a trip to Europe simply isn't in your budget. This is where VR comes in. The Mona Lisa beyond the glass experience allowed art buffs to take a tour of the Luv. Now imagine being able to tour the whole city of Paris without leaving your couch. The overall experience will enable visitors toe open their eyes to the Gioconda on to Mona Lisa and maybe to open their mind. Also, travel aside, VR could become a commonplace tool for education, health care and mawr. As VR technology advances, APP developers are working around the clock to make better and more immersive VR experiences every day. Number six Mawr Mergers and Acquisitions Most guys I know who work in mergers and acquisitions really don't like it. So where do you work out? Between 2009 and 2019 Disney acquired Marvel, Lucasfilm and 21st Century Fox. Yet even media giants like Disney have lost billions due to the pandemic. I said more. Rosenblatt Securities analyst Bernie Mac turn and suggested in March 2020 that Apple should seize this opportunity to acquire Disney, although that probably isn't gonna happen in the foreseeable future or ever. The lock down has left numerous companies vulnerable. Meanwhile, retailers like Amazon are stronger than ever. Amazing Amazon really just continues to amaze and hitting all time highs almost every single day. Look at this incredible run up 21% in just two weeks time. Oracle, Twilio and Zoom are just a few companies that Amazon could feasibly by. According to Business Insider. There have also been rumors that Amazon might purchase the AMC theater chain. Who knows, Maybe Walmart by Walgreens. Maybe Google will buy Lift. Or maybe McDonald's will by Yale. Yeah, even though McDonald's owns Yale now, it's still a great school. Hey, that's another Simpson's joke. Number five Mawr Diversity in Hollywood In recent years, there's been a push for more diversity in front of and behind the camera in Hollywood. Just don't freeze when you see him. What are you talking about? I never freeze, According to a 2020 report conducted by U. C. L. A. The previous two years did see a rise of women and people of color in film roles. However, they also found that minorities and women are still going underrepresented in writing and directing positions. Are you kidding? While still very far from ideal, Hollywood does seem to be moving in the right direction, and the Motion picture academy may bring further change. In September 2023 Academy announced new representation and inclusion standards that are set to take effect in 2024. So by 2025 any film that will be considered for the Best Picture award will have to meet two of the four criteria. They include diversity and onscreen representation, themes and narratives, diversity and creative leadership and project team industry access and opportunities. And, lastly, diversity and audience development. If Hollywood takes these progressive rules to heart will hopefully see more diverse actors, storytellers and creative leaders going forward, I say. If you want something done, let a woman do it. Number four. Ah, shift towards streaming. AMC isn't the only theater chain that's been hit hard by the pandemic. Movie theaters in general have become ghost towns compared to what they once were. Warner Brothers aim to re stimulate the box office with Tenet, although only time will tell if theatrical presentations actually rebound. I'm not saying I'm again here. Know something worse. Meanwhile, streaming platforms have been the primary source of entertainment for many households. I like Netflix. Could you be Netflix? Netflix is awesome. Of course. It's awesome. It's Netflix. Look, we're stuck being fucks. We have to deal with it. Okay, I watch Fox. No, you don't. Nobody does. Netflix gained 16 million subscribers in 2000 twenties, first quarter, and Disney Plus has over 50 million subscribers. There's so much I have to ask you. Granted, quit B and D C Universe have both proven that Not every streaming services a cash cow. Thanks for always giving me great advice. I've even if I don't always use it. With the fate of movie theaters uncertain, though, chances are that we're going to Seymour mid toe low budget movies, as well as even some tent pole releases going straight to streaming number three. The global economy collapses around the world. Economies are crumbling. Since the coronavirus outbreak, the price of every vital commodity has fallen. Of all the predictions on our list, we really, really hope this one doesn't come true. Given the global economy's current state. However, the cove in 19 recession might just be getting started. Well, it is the worst crisis since the Great Depression, but it is more than that because it is a combination of a health crisis and an economic shock. At one point, more than 16 million Americans filed for unemployment over a three week period in 2020. In June 2020 the International Monetary Fund predicted that the U. S economy would shrink by 8%. In 2020 the I M F also estimated countries that rely on European currency will drop more than 10% and Japan will drop 5.8%. While China may gain 1% it'll still be its weakest showing in decades. So we are expecting a slow recovery. I mean, there's been good news on the employment front whether the same time, if you look at the unemployment claims the level at which they are on that they remained quite steady at that level, you know, tells you that this guy crisis will play out for much longer. Overall, I m F chief economist Geeta Gopinath is expecting a $12.5 trillion global economic loss by the end of 2021. Very scary Number two a decade shaped by political leadership since generations air often defined by world leaders. The 2020 U. S. Presidential election will undoubtedly be a key factor in shaping the next decade. If Donald Trump secures a second term, Obama care, civil rights and even democracy as we know it may be in jeopardy. Relax, we're doing great. If Joe Biden wins, his administration will have a long road towards uniting the country. Of course, this is also assuming that Trump peacefully concedes whoever wins the Supreme Court may never be the same. With the passing of Ruth Bader Ginsburg and both sides of the political spectrum at war over her seat, the flag at the White House may be flying at half mast, but politics goes on Donald Trump, making clear he's going to nominate a conservative replacement without delay. Democrats, though led by presidential candidate Joe Biden, say no decision should be made until after a new president is sworn in. As for who will run in 2024 2028 would you honestly be surprised to see Dwayne the Rock Johnson take the presidential oath of office that is gonna gonna work before we unveil our topic. Here are some honorable mentions. Theme energy sector transforms. We need renewable energy now more than ever. Right now, demand is low. People aren't flying, they aren't driving, they aren't vacationing. Supply is too high and storage capacity is filling up, meaning that if something doesn't give production could stop worsening an already difficult situation. Hyperloop, please make this sealed tube system of reality. Elon Musk. In simple terms, the system is made up of two parts. A tube designed to generate very low air pressure and a carriage or pot that contract all through the tube without touching the ground digital regulations. The Internet may look quite different by 2030. Once again, the government has been way behind here. I think that is a need for proper regulation off the players like Facebook and others. Before we continue, be sure to subscribe to our channel and ring the bell to get notified about our latest videos. You have the option to be notified for occasional videos or all of them. If you're on your phone, make sure you go into your settings and switch on notifications. Number one watch Mojo will run out of ideas. Psych That will never happen. Number one a decade defined by Cove in 19 things. Go away. Absolutely, Uh, no question in my mind. It will go away. Please go ahead. If you think the effects of Cove, it will be restricted to 2020. Prepare for a rood awakening come 2021 beyond. Even if and when we get a vaccine, there's the matter of how effective it will be and how many people will take it. A vaccine alone doesn't mean a return to normalcy for everyone in a post pandemic world. We expect many people will still wear masks, especially on airplanes and in crowded areas. This gives two levels of protection. First, it blocks droplets that could carry germs from leaving the mask when someone breathes out. Second, if any droplets do leave the person's mask, they're blocked from entering the nose or mouth of other people by the masks they were wearing. Since many companies have adapted Dudakovic, it wouldn't be surprising if many workers permanently switched to remote positions. And if the office ceases to be the center of working life, the idea of working set hours or the 95 will become less meaningful. There are numerous other changes to consider, but one question in particular lingers. Will we learn from this pandemic or repeat the same mistakes before the decade is over? Do you agree with our picks? Check out this other recent clip from Watch Mojo and be sure to subscribe and ring the bell to be notified about our latest videos.