I think one of the hot topic issues on the table will be machine rights. Whether or not to free machines from slavery. Which will eventually be inevitable. But there will still be religious factions that believe machines have no soul and hence should not be treated any better then pets. This will be less of an issue when it comes to daily life and more of a issue when it comes to crimes committed by the machines.
We’ll be driving all electric robotic cars with multi-directional wheels using a form of what are now called hyperdirectional wheels and advanced robotic suspension systems.
New inexpensive but efficient propulsion technologies will begin to make their way into crafts built to bring the wealthy into space.
Computers will be built into contact lenses for heads up display interfaces and composite reality. Also let you change your eyes to cool colors.
Electric tattoos will exist, powered off of your body and capable of motion when you press certain areas.
Most cancers and diseases will be curable.
Human life expectancy will triple at the least.
Buildings and homes will be built more eco friendly and designed to work with nature rather then against it.
We will begin building factories in space in order to decrease pollution on earth in and attempt to make our earth more garden-like.
Human beings will begin increasing their awareness and abilities through nano robotic machines in the body. Better eyesight, hearing, intelligence, strength and response time. This will make us competitive with our wholly machine counterparts.
People will still ask the big questions “What’s out there in space?” “Is there a God?” “Why am I here?”
But machines will also be asking these questions.