Sunday, January 29, 2023

With each new day, our world is changing more and more. There are events that are happening on a daily basis that might seem trivial but will have a major effect in the long run. It is important to be aware of what’s going on in the world and how it might affect us and our future generations. The following article will give you six predictions that can potentially happen this year and/or in the next five years.

The Rise of Artificial Intelligence

A lot of people wonder how the world will look in 2022. We might not be too far from artificial intelligence or AI. In fact, there are predictions that by 2022, AI will start to make decisions for us before we even know it. In other words, it will be making decisions for us and we won’t have a say in them. There is a possibility that we don't even know this is happening and we'll find out in 2022.

The World Economic Collapse

The world economic collapse is the top most likely event. This is a scenario where the world economy will go downhill and cause a worldwide depression. This event might happen because of the fall in GDP, increase in debt, and decreasing purchasing power. Some of the probable events that might lead to this event are as follows:

  • the United States defaults on its debt by not paying its creditors which leads to investors pulling out from all over the world.
  • Unemployment continues at 8% or more for 3 consecutive years which leads to people choosing not to work due to the low wage they are earning
  • Countries start implementing trade barriers
  • China’s growth slows down by 10% which leads to less demand for commodities

The Final War

The Bible states that there will be a final war, Armegeddon. This final war will cause the destruction of the Earth and all of its inhabitants. The Bible says this will happen when Jesus comes back to Earth. Armegeddon, in the New Testament, place where the kings of the earth under demonic leadership will wage war on the forces of God at the end of history. Armegeddon is mentioned in the Bible only once, in the Revelation to John, or the Apocalypse of St. John

Armegeddon

The Great Deception

Another prediction that can happen is The Great Deception. This deception will be an event where God has to intervene to stop the unrighteousness of the world. The world will become so ungodly and immoral with deceptive evil practices, that God will have to step in and stop it.

Digital Influencers Take Over

With the constantly growing digital world, it's now easier than ever for companies to find and work with influencers. Social media has made it so that companies can reach out to millions of people in a matter of seconds. The more followers an individual or company has, the more likely they are to attract new customers.

There is a prediction is that digital influencers will take over by 2022. There is already evidence of this happening now as many popular websites are shifting their focus on social media platforms such as Instagram and YouTube. In the past five years, one could argue that these platforms have surpassed traditional TV networks as a means to connect with consumers. It's been proven that these platforms have been effective at capturing audiences from all types of demographics--age, gender, location--that traditional TV networks can't always do.

Information Warfare

Information warfare is a major concern for businesses, corporations, and countries. It can take many forms, but it's basically the use of information to spread false information in order to disrupt an entity’s decision-making process. It can be done through cyber attacks or social media campaigns. The most recent example of this form of warfare is the 2016 U.S. presidential election with Russia using misinformation on social media to sway public opinion and affect the outcome of the election.

The future is uncertain as technology becomes more advanced and we move into a digital age, which makes it possible for hackers to do more damage than they could in the past by infiltrating systems and targeting critical infrastructure across industries.