15 COOL SCI-FI TECHNOLOGIES WE’VE ALREADY BLOWN RIGHT PAST

Character on Star Trek no match for Chinese computer15 Cool Sci-Fi Technologies We’ve Already Blown Right Past.” ¬†For example, in 1997’s “Men in Black,” Agent K shows a miniature compact disc saying “They’re going to be replacing CDs soon.” The very next year the first MP3 player was released. In Star Trek, the character “Data” could perform 60 trillion calculations a second. In China, the “Tianhe 2” can perform 34 quadrillion calculations per second. The robot dog in 1977’s “Dr. Who” could play chess and move about looking for danger. The U.S. military’s robot cheetah can run over 28 miles an hour, climb hills and jump over some obstacles. But … it doesn’t play chess.

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